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By: Huisu M.
Dastgheib, K Alex
My vision was getting worse. It was interfering with things. Dr. D did a great job with Lasik. He is a gifted doctor. I see much, much better and I don't need glasses reading, driving or getting online. I think he did an amazing job and I am very grateful.
By: Jacquie W.
West Coast Multi Specialty Surgery Center
Do NOT purchase a Groupon from these people. SCAM!My son is getting married & I purchased two coupons, 1 for Juviderm & 1 for Botox. There were many 4th of July deals over the weekend on Groupon I went w/the closest @ a low cost. Well the Holiday specials are gone & I was told to pay more or cancel w/ Groupon! REALLY? Stevie Shin 714.638.5388 argued & said “you pay more or cancel.” She said I should just come in & pay the real price. I said I would Yelp & her words “You’d get me fired over the money, you should just pay the money.” I asked her for her boss’ # & she hung up on me. 10 days to the wedding, might have to wait up to 14 days for a refund on my card, & I am the one that “SHOULD UNDERSTAND?” HORRID PEOPLE!!! I never do procedures…this was a one time thing so I could look nice for the wedding… Stevie Shin destroyed this chance for me. I am not rich, I can’t just pay more. Totally & completely a scam. False Advertising!Rude Behavior!Do they answer the phone now - NO!!!!!
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By: Omaid .
Dastgheib, K Alex
Very unprofessional doctor. From the moment entered the room , no greetings , no words , pointing with fingers. He might be very smart but the most unprofessional and disrespectful doctor ever.
By: robert.b.brock.7
Dastgheib, K Alex
Dr Dastgheib gave me a synthetic cornea at Garden Grove Hospital almost two years ago. He was fast, sure-handed, and NO PAIN! I now see better than ever!no complications and I threw away my glasses. :)Thanks so much doc!
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