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By: nanab.
Eye Care Colorado
I have been taking my grandsons to this place for exams and glasses for years. I lost the business card so had to look it up. I noticed no reviews and had to create one. The Dr. is great. He is so good with the boys. You can tell he loves kids. The office manager is also very nice and helpful. We never have to wait long to get an appointment and when we go in there is never a very long wait to be seen. Its hard to come by a medicaid provider that is not so over packed that you have to wait forever. I will always take my grandkids here and will recommend it to anyone on medicaid.I am not sure what other insurances they take.
By: itwasfun
Levinson Eye Clinic 1
Dr. Levinson did my lasik 5 years ago and I've been very happy. I have other medical issues that made him suggest PRK and I am grateful I used him. A co-worker went to a chop shop advertised on the radio and has to have hers re-done. He has great bedside manner.
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