I was very impressed with the Dr on my first visit. The doctor suggested noline bifocils (transision lens) This cost much much more than just single lens reading lens that I have always had. The guy showed 3 styles of progressive lens and reccomend one of top two since it was my time. They had less side blurry areas, I went with the middle one, the top was such a $$ jump up. I did asked if I had issues where the transitions lines where what the policy was. He told me that I had 30 days and they could moves the lines, but if I chose to go back to just readers than I would not get a refund for difference.
I got my new transition lens glasses. I could see well far away and to read but really struggled to find the computer area. I went back and the guy out from said to come back next day to see Dr. So I did. I thought I figured out the issue and discussed this with the Dr. and rather than trying to make things work with my transitions the Dr said lets just put you in computer glasses and you will still be able to read, but I would have to take them off to see people. Which I didn’t want to have do but my distance prescription was so little he said I could go without it.
Even though it was not my choice to go back to single lens, it was the Doctors choice, I still didn’t get a refund for the difference.
I think that isn’t right.
I will never recommend them or come back.