The doctor had a very strange, hostile attitude, and didn't seem to have any interest in the patient's opinions or preferences. He was extremely impatient with my 13-year-old daughter who was trying on contacts for the first time ever, telling her she couldn't do it after literally about 5 seconds of trying to put contacts in her eyes (she was involuntarily shutting her eyes, as it was her first time). Very negative, almost mean to my daughter with some of his comments. I expected quite a bit more patience from an optometrist regarding a 13-year-old who is attempting to wear contacts for the first time ever.\r
I even heard him loudly complaining about us to the assistant in the other room when he stepped out. Very unprofessional. Maybe the other two reviewers got him on a good day? Regardless, there's no excuse for the treatment we got today.\r
Contrast this with the extremely patient and kind treatment I got from my optometrist when trying contacts for the first time as a youngster - truly night and day. I wish that optometrist was still around. Oh well.\r
On the positive side, the assistant was nice and patient with my daughter. Too bad the assistant wasn't the doctor, though! This is why I give them 2 stars instead of 1, which is all the doctor deserves based on his extremely poor ""bedside manner"".
Pros: Assistant was nice
Cons: Doctor had horrible attitude, and was terrible with children