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By: Lisa T.
LeBlanc Eye Center
My original problem was blurred vision and double vision and it affected me anywhere I went. I am now seeing better after going to LeBlanc Eye Center.
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By: John H.
Sherea Bowden, DDS
These people are no good. I went to have a teeth pulled in November 2016, they didn't pull it, put me on meds and told me to come back in January 2017. Said if I run out of meds just call them. But they lied NO REFILLS. I had to go that long in pain. I DONT NOT RECOMMEND this place. NEVER
By: Kassie H.
LeBlanc Eye Center
So far I have seen major improvement in my abilities to balance and coordinate and it's been such a short time at the facility.
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By: Lindsey C.
LeBlanc Eye Center
Never again! I worked for an optometrist for 2 years and we never did business like that office. I went in for a routine eye exam and a contact fit. I also have insurance. At the end of my exam I was told it would be $370. I about fainted! $10 for my copay, $60 for my contact fit and $300 for a year supply of contacts. At that point I explained I wouldn't be ordering contacts at this time b/c I have about 6 months worth and would get glasses when I had time to pick some out. She then adjusted the price to $70. Fast forward 2 months later, I'm trying to order glasses and find out my insurance benefits have been used for contacts, even though I never bought any. I call Dr.Leblanc's office and was told they don't give a trial pair and my insurance was used for that. I could not believe that when I heard it. They should have told me their process when I arrived for my exam. I feel cheated! Not to mention they collected more insurance money that way!
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By: Erica P.
LeBlanc Eye Center
Ever since the therapy sessions my daughter's performances in school have progressed. She can see better in the classroom now and has a better time copying from the board.
By: Rachel N.
LeBlanc Eye Center
Thanks to the vision therapy my daughter is getting, she is now an A plus student a school. Thanks so much for everything you've done for her.
By: Cathy P.
LeBlanc Eye Center
Dr LeBlance & his stuff are a bunch of scam artists.This not what nobody have told me this is what I know.I than caught one of his works in so many lies its ashame! And u better know what u are paying before u give any type of money out.They dont care about u as a person are your health.{They only care about money} If u been paying DR LeBlanc up front for they high a** service & than one day u go in & pay them half the money for the service u got that day! Well since u owe them money they tell u well u cant come see the doctor next week into this amount is paid off. {LIKE REALLY} This was the first time I didnt have the full payment up front & I told the woman when I get paid & on that day I will be in to pay the balance off.She said that's fine,But the day before I was suppose to come into the office they called me & told me I couldnt over $50 {LIKE REALLY AGAIN} .And the bad thing about all this is I lost one eye all over $50.I'm very disappointed with DR LeBlanc & his stuff.
By: Jess H.
LeBlanc Eye Center
Since we started going to LeBlanc Eye Center, my son has been able to focus much better and his headaches have lessened considerably. I highly recommend them.
By: Tammy M.
LeBlanc Eye Center
Kate has had problems with balance and coordination. She has also struggled with concentrating during homework and understanding new lessons introduced to her. She wasn't enjoying school because it was such a struggle. So far, I have seen improvement and her homework is finished quicker. She also understands her assignments a little better. We are looking forward to seeing more improvement in the future.
By: Laura D.
LeBlanc Eye Center
It's hard not to recommend Dr. LeBlanc. I know so many people who could use a visit to him.
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