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By: Ira G.
Princeton Eye Group
Stay away!! I am still suffering from their incompetence 4 years after my cataract surgeries. And that doesn't even begin to go into how uncaring these people are. I had 2 simple cataract surgeries and now have problems in both eyes. My left eye has large star-bursts whenever lights hit it...making it extremely difficult to drive at night. Dr Felton sold me a "special" lens for my operation that cost an extra $1000 that the insurance didn't cover. He couldn't understand what went wrong. My right eye is like looking through Vaseline. They tried a few painful procedures to try to correct the problems and finally told me they didn't know what happened and that I would get used to it if it didn't go away. It didn't go away and I'm still not used to it. Do yourself a favor and steer clear of these people. It's all about the money for them.
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By: Cuddlewithu S.
DR Khoshnu
I'm writing this because I'm just so shocked how someone in this field has no compassion what so ever for try so hard to understand stand her and try to be nice but in return you get tread like you are nothing.when you go to a doctor to get help and you leave feeling more like nothing well i guess there's something wrong with that isn't there. It's sad if you ask me .i just want to say thanks for making me feel like that.
By: Kathy F.
Princeton Eye Group
My husband saw Dr. Brand (instead of our long-time trusted eye dr, for insurance reasons). This office is all about making $$, booking appts every week "just to check things" and prescribing VERY expensive eye drops. After 8 visits, and very high out-of-pocket expense, we decided to go back to our dr, regardless of insurance - because something about this office didn't feel right. We found out there was no inflammation, and my husband was being treated for a non-existent condition. Lesson learned.. trust your instincts.
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By: Sade P.
Aparna Medical Associates
They are scam artists. They tell patients to eat 800 calories a day, which is soo unhealthy, then they bill the customer months later after saying that insurance would cover the visit. Don't waste your time and money. Its a rip off and unhealthy. Also Sonya is incredibly rude and disrespectful.
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By: Kati R.
Somerset Pediatric Group PA
All the women whom work the front are unpleasant and address patients in an unprofessional manner. There is usually an insurance issue and the staff is unwilling to provide assistance. After calling insurance there is no issue. We have seen a handful of doctors at this practice. My son was missed diagnosed four times for the same issue and I believe will result in a surgical procedure in the near future. Others have used google for assistance. We moved further from the practice six months ago. We told Dr. Patel and she encouraged us to stick with the practice if we did not mind the drive. After our most recent visit, she mentioned that we should look closer to home for a doctor. Turning her back on us and walking out she stated she has nothing to do with the front end of the office. It appears to us, prior to entering our exam room she was briefed about our insurance mishap. Needless to say, this was our last straw and we will not be returning to this practice.
By: Cherry M.
Peddu, Vijay MD
I used to go to Dr. Peddu but her office staff, Jessica and Kelly, are so rude and obnoxious I will never go back. This has gone on for too long and if Dr. Peddu allows it then that speaks to her character.
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By: Martin H.
Dr. Carlos A Sagebien, MD
MD Stephen Kayiaros seems to be absolutely insensitive to human suffering. He diagnosed me with a severe hip arthritis but refused to certify me for a handicapped placard, knowing that walking any long distance is extremely painful for me. The reason he gave was that my condition is not permanent, yet he ignored my explanation that one has to be re-certified for the placard every three years anyway.
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By: Jane H.
Princeton Eye Group
My experience has been awful. I merely want simple contact lenses and I've had to endure multiple appointments with their ONE SINGLE contact coordinator, Phyllis who is hard to get an appointment with (because she's the ONLY one) and then you wait sometimes an hour when you arrive to even see her for a couple of minutes. The initial appointment was over 3 hours NEEDLESSLY. There is absolutely no justifiable reason for it. It could be done in under an hour. EASILY. And then it's a process of taking home lenses for 2 weeks and if they don't work out, you get to come back and repeat another 2+ hour appointment every couple of weeks (and hope your boss doesn't mind) while trying desperately to find an open spot that Phyllis might have (and I am flexible to use ANY of their locations). This goes on endlessly. So now I just want to order the damned contact lenses but NOOOOO. I have called and left messages and have yet to hear from Phyllis. I will not order the lenses through them because it'll probably take 3 weeks and then Phyllis will likely insist I come in and try them on in front of her, yet again. Come on people. This is NOT rocket science. You have made your point. Cleanliness is KEY. Wash and dry your hands before popping in your lenses, DO NOT sleep in them. Wash out your case. Air dry it. Be responsible so you don't get a nasty eye infection and risk sight loss. I could have watched a video for 10 minutes and been done with it. I'm just EXHAUSTED and drained and find myself wanting to go into a Lens Crafters and getting help ON THE SPOT. This should NOT be so complicated. Phyllis is lovely but slower than molasses and overbooked. I would use NEGATIVE stars because it pains me to use even one star.
By: Jane F.
Princeton Eye Group
A con job. Paid almost $3000 after insurance paid several thousand. Conned me into the expensive lenses representing that I would not need glasses except for reading after surgery. Still need bifocals. A waste of money. Questionable competence/ Run, do not walk from these money grubbers.
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