Optometrists in Arizona
Browse by Arizona cities to find an best optometrist near you. View a list of local eye specialists and vision care products in your city. An optometrist may also be known by the following names: eye doctor, vision care specialist, and doctor of optometry.
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Janelle Jordan | Rating: 5 | Gilbert Family Eye Center
I’ve been going here for years and now take my three daughters. They are professional, friendly, patient, and knowledgeable. I never feel rushed or like I’m bothering them with my questions. Overall would absolutely recommend to families!
Az- Coyote | Rating: 1 | LensCrafters
The DNA Eye Group at 2330 N 75th Ave Ste 101 Phoenix, AZ 85035 is ripping people off and lying to you. They say that an optional test eye mapping/imaging is required when it is not. The receptionist lied and said it was on thier form when it is not. She pointed to a fee of $25 for a "workman's comp claim" fee as why they required a retinal scan. The she said to the other receptionist that is what another receptionist said yesterday when someone else complained. I went there previous years and it was always optional. Manager says that was because of covid last year. Then their manager proceeds to tell me it is thier policy now to have the eye immaging done or the doctor will not perform the eye exam. The manager also stated that all of the DNA locations are charging these optional fees. No where on thier medical paperwork does it say it is required. Even my insurance says eye mapping and eye dialation are both optional and not covered nor required for an eye exam. They are telling the public it us required and that is not true. So with EyeMed insurance a basic exam should cost no more than $10 out of pocket. So I went to Target Optical and was told my basic eye exam to get glasses is $10 and the other test (retinal image ans dialation) are optional and not required.