Texarkana Eye Associates in Texarkana, Texas with Reviews - YP.com
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By: zachandbethmommy
Texarkana Eye Associates
The people that work there are nice but I feel like some acted a little upitty. They knew when I came i n that I had NO insurance and I was a cash paying customer. They wanted me to undergo some testing because I am a type 2 diabetic and then after the testing they said I owed them over $300!! I was mad. They did not tell me how much these test where going to be or how extensive they where going to be. I told them I couldn't afford to give them all my bill money and Dr. Fenton came over & I asked him if I could pay some now & make a payment plan because they did not tell me this testing was going to be so expensive. And he said No and said I could not leave uintil I paid them. I drove home in tears and tell everyone to avoid them and there scamming ways.
By: Trish K.
Texarkana Eye Associates
The people that fitted my glasses were really sweet. Dr. Fenton needs to bring his head out of the clouds and act nicer. I feel he looks down on people because he thinks he is better than others. I didn't get a good Dr patient feeling with him so I've decided to look else where. He needs to understand that he may suggest something or recommend something as a Dr. but overall I have the finally say what I buy not him. Overall, not a good relation with costumers unless you are in the upper class then I'm sure they will roll out the red carpet for you.
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By: slywinker
Fowler Eye Care
My experience with Fowler Eye Care was 1st class! Lexie, Jo, Jill and Dr. Hernandez helped me tremendously! They are very caring and helpful professionals. They made sure that every need was met and answered every question that I had. I can highly recommend them to anyone with eye care needs. ~Scott Watkins
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By: Jeanette P.
Texarkana Eye Associates
I have had great service with the doctor McCall and the whole staff. They are polite and very helpful in finding the right glasses.I have never left unsatisfied.
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By: Naomi E.
Glen W Hart II OD
I've been going seeing him since my kids were little, they are grown now. He is professional and very nice. The staff are absolutely wonderful!
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By: Sonya B.
Glen W Hart II OD
LOVE Dr. Hart and all the staff! Our family has been seeing him for several years now. Dr. Hart is honest, friendly and very professional.
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The cost of an eye exam can range $50-$250 or more. The cost will depend on the tests that are included, and whether the exam involves a contact lens fitting. The cost of the test will also hinge on whether the exam is performed by an optometrist or ophthalmologist.
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