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September 25th, 2017Metal removal from his eye
Dr. Wickens was very forward and honest. This was something I was not ready for when my husband was ready for surgery. My husband came in with a piece of metal that was so close to his optic nerve that there was very little chance that he would have his vision in his left eye. Dr. Wickens was very honest and prepared us for the worst. My husband would lose his sight. That was not the case! He was a miracle worker and I will state that to anyone that ask. My husband is back to 20/20 and may have some blind spots but is completely healed. Dr. Wickens is amazing and I would never go to another but him!! He saved my husbands sight and I could not be more grateful!
November 17th, 2014We won't be back!
I took my mother to see Dr. Wickens and we are never going back. He was rough during her examination, talked with his back to us the entire time, and acted like he couldn't be bothered with her. He spoke in a rushed, condescending manner to her and was just plain rude. Worst experience with a doctor we have ever had.
April 29th, 2014
It is true that Dr. Wickens does not spend a lot of time with hand holding and expressing sympathy. If you are looking for that you need to go elsewhere. However, I cannot fault his knowledge or technique. Actually, I have learned that if you are getting a lot of attention from him on a personal level you are probably in deep water. If he is coming off as as cool and impersonal you are probably not in that bad of a condition. He has personally returned my call to his office when I had a question about my condition. I believe he is trying to do right by me.
February 28th, 2014Make a day of it.
I regret coming here every time. Dr Wickens barely spends any time with us and when you are talking his mannerism suggests he doesn't have time or care what you have to say. If you have paperwork that needs to be filled out for work or a disability accommodation expect it to take a while and hopefully you won't have to have it redone. LONG WAIT LONG WAIT LONG WAIT. You'll sit in the waiting room for about 15 min while you fill out your paperwork, and then they take you back to be seen... NOT. You go to a SECOND waiting room that is cramped and packed. Wait about 45 min and then you see the assistant. Then they take you back to the cramped waiting room where you wait for another 45 min with your eyes dilated Until you see the doctor. Then if you need retinal pictures or anything else it's back to the little waiting room and on and on. You will be here for a minimum of 2 1/2 hours. If your lucky.
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