The good: \r
My doctor spent time with me and helped me find a contact lens that fit. They were at least as punctual as other offices I've been to. \r
The bad: \r
Topics that I had checked on my check-in form as wanting to discuss were not brought up, and I didn't remember to bring them up until after I left. \r
The exam (with the more-expensive retina-mapping in lieu of the thing they do when they dilate your eyes) cost over $200 including the contact fitting. \r
I specified that I wanted a contact lens that had UV protection. The doctor prescribed a contact lens that she claimed had UV protection. When I got home and looked it up online, I found out that the contact lens I'd been prescribed does not have any UV protection.