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    1.West Seattle Highline Eye Clinic

    5516 7th Ave Nw
    Seattle, WA 98107-2727

    West Seattle Highline Eye Clinic is a 1-star Optical Store1 Reviews

    One star is too many for this hellhole. My wife just left here in TEARS. She's had appointment for over a week to deal with a painful eye issue that's interfering with her ability to drive, work, and function. But apparently the eye doctor with whom she had the appointment decided to retire. Which wouldn't have been a problem, except that the West Seattle-Highline office staff didn't do anything about it. They. Did. Nothing. At. All. The office staff never reached out to my wife to inform her that the appointment they set just over a week ago was cancelled, even though they had her phone number and contact information. So she showed up expecting to have an appointment and solution for her pain and left with... nothing! The office staff couldn't transfer her to another doctor and said that the rest of their doctors were booked through the end of next month. WTF?! My wife had to stop work to come to this appointment, and that's the least of her concerns since she's in constant eye pain right now. What's wrong with...
  • 2.Seattle Optical

    844 NE Northgate Way
    Seattle,WA 98125

    Seattle Optical is a 3-star Optical Store1 Reviews

  • 3.Your Eyes Llc

    1918 3rd Ave
    Seattle, WA

    Your Eyes Llc is a 1-star Optical Store1 Reviews

  • 4.Wilbur Susilasate Od

    7101 Mlk Jr Way S Ste 209
    Seattle, WA 98118-3593

    Wilbur Susilasate Od is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 5.Ballard Eye Physicians

    5345 Tallman Ave Nw
    Seattle, WA 98107-3933

    Ballard Eye Physicians is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 6.Virginia Mason Clinic

    1100 9th Ave
    Seattle, WA 98101-2799

    Virginia Mason Clinic is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 7.Seattle Vision Clinic

    677 S Jackson St
    Seattle, WA 98104-2928

    Seattle Vision Clinic is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 8.Binyon Eye Care

    1905 4th Ave
    Seattle, WA 98101-1106

    Binyon Eye Care is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 9.Pacific Vision Care Center

    900 S Jackson St
    Seattle, WA 98104-3056

    Pacific Vision Care Center is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

  • 10.Dr Jennifer Andrews & Asso

    C O Macys At 3rd And
    Seattle, WA 98181-0001

    Dr Jennifer Andrews & Asso is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

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    1.Your Eyes Llc

    1918 3rd Ave
    Seattle, WA

    Your Eyes Llc is a 1-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

    I had a terrible experience at this business. I was denied service by the doctor because I only wanted an exam, and did not intend to buy any glasses at her shop! The receptionist told me the cost of the exam and had me waiting there until the doctor came out. Then the doctor told me unless I was going to buy glasses there, she was going to refuse medical service altogether. She was old and crabby. I'm not sure why anyone under the age of 70 would choose this doctor. The shop and the their attitude reminded me of Nazi Germany....
  • 2.West Seattle Highline Eye Clinic

    5516 7th Ave Nw
    Seattle, WA 98107-2727

    West Seattle Highline Eye Clinic is a 1-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 3.Uw Medicine Ophthalmologists

    325 9th Avenue
    Seattle, WA 98104

    Uw Medicine Ophthalmologists is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 4.Berry C Sanford OD

    1229 Madison St
    Seattle, WA 98104

    Berry C Sanford OD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 5.Erickson Laboratories

    509 Olive Way
    Seattle, WA 98101

    Erickson Laboratories is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 6.Eyes On the City

    603 NW 65th St
    Seattle, WA 98117

    Eyes On the City is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 7.David A Saperstein, MD

    1221 Madison St
    Seattle, WA 98101

    David A Saperstein, MD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 8.Innovative Labs

    5725 60th Avenue NE
    Seattle, WA 98105

    Innovative Labs is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 9.Heffernan J Timothy, MD

    1101 Madison St
    Seattle, WA 98104

    Heffernan J Timothy, MD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

  • 10.Choy Elizabeth MD PHD

    1101 Madison St Ste 700
    Seattle, WA 98104

    Choy Elizabeth MD PHD is a 0-star Eye Doctor0 Reviews

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  • West Seattle Highline Eye Clinic

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    One star is too many for this hellhole. My wife just left here in TEARS. She's had appointment for over a week to deal with a painful eye issue that's interfering with her ability to drive, work, and function. But apparently

  • Your Eyes Llc

    Your Eyes Llc is 1-star1 Reviews

    I had a terrible experience at this business. I was denied service by the doctor because I only wanted an exam, and did not intend to buy any glasses at her shop! The receptionist told me the cost

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    Seattle, WA 98101

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    Seattle,WA 98133

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    Seattle, WA 98101

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    401 Ne Northgate Way
    Seattle, WA 98125-6036

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    Seattle, WA 98101

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    Seattle, WA 98101

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    Seattle, WA 98188

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    Seattle, WA 98101

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  • Yep. vitamin A deficiency can definitely cause dry eyes. Start taking a supplement or eat foods like canteloupe, yams etc. Source: http://allaboutdryeye.com/2011/12/16/learn-how-to-treat-dry-eye-with-vitamin-a/ Good luck!

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