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    DiNapoli Opticians
    Their knowledge on complicated eye cases is out of this world. Mike DiNapoli is a caring, friendly and outstanding professional. Whether it's a routine contact lenses or eye glasses, you can't beat going to him.
    - Joanne P.
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    Scotia Optical
    It went very well. I broke my one and only pair of glasses which I need for driving, etc. They were the only Opticians willing to give me an appointment that same day. My frames were beyond repair and they found a new frame for $60.00 that fit my lenses and popped them right in so I could see. Then I asked for an eye exam as I was overdue and they helped me pick out flattering new frames etc. Everyone there was friendly and helpful. The pricing was on par with other Opticians I've been to and I have trifocals, so not a cheap prescription no matter where I go.
    - Amy G.
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    R J Busch Optical Designs Inc
    EXceptional referral from opthamalogist and provided EXCELLENT service In choosing new driving glasses and in expiditing the receipt and fitting of new glasses
    - BB M.
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    Kessler, Dr. Susan A.
    EXCELLENT. DR KESSLER is ultimate professional who some how manages to balance many balls in the air!! Great referral for new eyeglasses
    - BB M.
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    Brass Eye Center
    Once it was determined that my eyes needed to have the slow growing cataracts removed, Dr. Brass and his team quickly set up all of the preoperative, operative and post operative appointments that would be required. My wife and I spoke to a counselor in Dr. Brass' office who answered all of our questions. In addition, I was provided with a packet of items that would prove helpful during the two separate surgeries needed and they had all of the prescription eye drops needed ordered at my local pharmacy for pick up that same day.. Although the thought of having surgery on my eyes was creepy, I found that these procedures were easier than having a filling done at the dentist. For both of my procedures, My wife and I arrived at the outpatient eye center and was on my way home in just a few hours. No pain! During the surgery I was in a 'light' anesthesia 'haze' and not specifically aware of what was occurring, although Dr. Brass spoke to me throughout.. This is a good thing! The procedure itself took all of 15 minutes and after a short stint in "Post Op" found that I could see better than I had in years. Dr. Brass and company were extremely helpful and reassuring. They took great care to put me at ease and made sure everything went as planned. I myself worked in the Health Care field for over 40 years and know how shoddy some practices can be. Dr. Brass and team were first rate and they use all of the latest technology. It isn't likely that I will have cataracts again, but I would definitely return to this Practice if I ever had any other issue with my eyes. The cost to have both eyes done was about $3,000 out of pocket which includes the facility, preoperative, postoperative and anesthesiology fees. But this will depend on your insurance and their deductible schedule. I rated the cost as "A", but it is what it is. I did some research of other local Ophthalmology practices in my area as provided to me by my insurance carrier and I did not see any considerable differences in the Gross costs. I initially went to Dr. Brass on a recommendation from my PCP. Glad I listened to her!
    - Lynn L.
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    Ophthalmic Consultants of the Capital Region
    Spectacular job and Dr. David Rabady was very responsive to my questions and concerns. Super doctor!
    - Kathleen W.
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    Cornea Consultants of Albany
    Since Dr. Eden is a professor at Albany Medical College, I was first seen by one of his residents, who then briefed Dr. Eden.  I then saw Dr. Eden who confirmed what the resident had found.  In addition to assuring me that the eye irritation was not a serious problem, we also discussed cataract development and surgery at some later time.  They referred me to a colleague to be assessed for a new eyeglass prescription as mine was out of date.  The examination was thorough and all of my questions were answered.  Overall I was pleased with the professionalism and expertise of both doctors.
    - Virginia A P.
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    JCPenney
    I have used bifocals and heard mixed reviews on Progressive lenses and heard horror stories on costs in the $300 to $500 range for only one pair of Progressive glasses.  I was not prepared to head down that path but was curious if they would be better than my lined bifocals which were no longer doing the job. (Note: my eye correction is fairly mild compared to many who need glasses.) This JC Penney promotion was better than anything I had ever seen so I thought that I was willing to risk $99 for two pair as an experiment to see if they might work.   Frame Selection: I am not fussy and went through about 75 pair of glasses searching for those that qualified as $100 frames or less.  While this took time and I only found ~8 pair that qualified, i could easily find two pair that were satisfactory to me. ( Note if you want fancy frames you can forget getting them for the two pair for $99 deal.  Many people will be paying more or much more if they are demanding hi-style frames.) Progressive Lenses:  I could see that there were three grades of Progressive lenses, providing increasing levels of area of lens that were corrected.  Because my goal was to stay within the two pair for $99 I chose what I would call probably the original Progressive design.  The prices then escalated what seemed to be wildly if you wanted broader degrees of Progressive correction.  I did not get any extra coatings or insurance to keep the price under control.  Just the $99 deal. Crossgates Staff: all three staff I dealt with were highly professional and responsive. Conclusion:   As I have used the glasses for a week or so, I am finding that they are a substantial improvement for me over my old bifocals. My basic goal has been met that Progressive glasses will work for me and they are incrementally better than what I had.   My guess is that if you are used to $300 to $500 Progressive lenses that provide maximum correction across the area of the lens you would not be satisfied with what is obviously a less expensive technology.  While I will still use reading glasses as the full lens is corrected, I do find that these Progressives are a very good value, if not a bargain.  I also now have two pairs of frames and if I decide to go with a higher level of Progressive correction, I can explore the very highly rated Angies List mail order provider(s) where you send in your old frames and they install just the Progressive lenses ($~140), far less than a full service bricks and mortar optical retailer.   Finally, I learned something very important and that is that it is one company that performs optical services for BJs, Penneys, Sears and Boscovs, (US Vision)-- so I believe that if you comparison shop among all those providers that where you get the best prices will likely get your best value and that the quality of the lenses at the three levels of correction is probably the same.  My final speculation is that because Penney's stock has been financially extremely fragile to the point of possibly going under, that they ran the two pair of Progressives for $99 to get folks into their stores and it is not going to be easy to find a comparable price from other providers.  I approached another competitor to see if they would meet or beat the Penney's $99 two pair of Progressives deal which they politely declined to discuss.
    - Christopher C.
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    Clifton Park Eye Care Associates
    It's a very good practice. I highly recommend her. I am on VSP so the cost is low - not sure what cost would be for those without any insurance. She is very knowledgeable, thorough, and friendly. My only complaint about the practice was the optician - she cannot handle more than one task at a time, and I was annoyed when I had to wait 30 mintues so she could adjust my glasses - because she was helping one patient. I may get get my glasses prescription filled elsewhere as a result, but it did not make me want to change eye doctors as I really like Dr. Wlaschin (pronounced Wa-Las-Kin).
    - Janet M.
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    Davison Jr, Dr. Edwin A
    I went in to Dr. Davison's office almost immediately after calling in  for an appointment.  He took me in, performed several eye tests, and confirmed that I indeed had a Detached  Retina.  He immediately had his staff make an appointment with a Dr  Hamad, a Retina Specialist.  Dr. Hamad, injected Gas Bubbles into my eye, had me wait 5 days at home and return to see if the vitreous material had moved back into place.  It had, and Dr. Hamad then sealed it with a laser.  Once the "floaters" disappeared, I returned to Dr. Davison's office, had my eyed re-examined and got a new pair of glasses.
    - David L.
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