by asampson914 at Citysearch
Dr. Frank recommended trifocals for me, $450-$550 for just the lenses. One portion for reading, one for viewing computer monitors, and one for driving. Additionally he performs a $40 eye exam on his patients, UNLESS they verbally opt out.
I felt I needed to get a second opinion. The second doctor found exactly the same results as Dr. Frank. However, explained that I only needed reading glasses or bifocals. I was given four options to correct my vision costing anywhere from $10-450, the higher end price included the exam and frames.
I called Dr. Frank back requesting a refund for the bogus treatment and recommendation he had given me. I explained that I was on a limited income to which Dr. Frank responded by saying that he never recommends a progressive lens to anyone on Medicare, Medicaid or on a limited income.
Dr. Frank, in my opinion, is biased and his sales practice is unethical. He seems more concerned with the bottom line than with what is best for his patients.
Review about: Eye Care.