Personally, I do not agree with
everyone else, or their comments . In most upscale Optometry establishments, the doctor comes in to do a blessing on the service. There is a whole staff to handle different parts of the service.
I have worked for optometry facilities before, and understand what this entails. Even over priced places make mistakes on prescription, and their computer systems fail.
Also, sometimes the place that made your glasses made the mistake. I have seen this with my own eyes. He has a small practice, low prices, and a small space to work in. I think he does the community well for people with no insurance, and low income.
Almost as Bad as the "Soup Nazi".
I felt unwelcome even going through the door, and when I had my current pair of glasses with me that were the wrong prescription (they issued incorrectly) and not my older glasses that were the right ones (my old doctor issued), I was scolded like a child. And, when they had to look up information on my prescription, it was as if I asked them to dig up gold. And coincidentally, it was like digging up gold as they had to go through every file in the office one by one because of their out of date system.
Rude and completely unprofessional. Normally, I don't complain but this was so bad it was comical.
You get what you pay for. Definetely the cheapest around but you get what you pay for. The doctor is rude and abrupt, if you are looking for anything other than a cheap, ultra quick eye exam go somewhere else.
$65 and out the door. Kronick's price is low, but he rushes through the examination at a reckless pace and shoos you out of that office like a maid chasing dustmice.
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