went in for glasses and my rx wrong - 3 times-i couldn't see beyond 1 ft-everything blurry-when i told them i couldn't see anything-they said"but the frames look good on you" and "wear them down on the tip of your nose" and "get used to them"-would not recommend them for anything-they charged my insurance company over $600 and I never got glasses to fit in over 2 months of giving them chances to get them right-AWFUL!!! maybe it works for older people but they can't get even a simple corrective perscription right - tried to blame it on me and then realized info was entered wrong and tried to make me feel like I was the problem and I almost caved before they finally admitted their mistake - don't go there
Posted: 10/09/2009 • Link to this review
They seem like high end but they saved me lots - they wrote off the money (my senior dimention copays) probably saved me 300 dollars. If you have senior dimensions go here. Noone else will match this - I tried other places - you can call and try but only this place does it. Great.
Posted: 9/16/2009 • Link to this review
After my visit at Yesnick Vision Center I came to Kudzu to look at the reviews because I couldn't possibly understand why ANYONE would be recommended go to that place. But upon looking at the reviews I quickly realized who would. THEMSELVES!! At least three of them were from the staff members themselves whom I was intorduced to! "Yesnick" aka Dr. Yesnick gave himself 5 stars and highly recommends himself. "Syesnick" aka Sandy Yesnick aka Doctors Wife says that the doctor listened to her concerns and the staff was friendly and knowlegable. Gave herself 5 stars (of course). And "LisaLowVisionSpec" aka Lisa Puleo aka yet another staff member at Yesnick Vision Center also gave the company she works five stars after her "visit". All I can say is wow. I wish I would've realized this before making my appointment. If a doctor and its staff members have to give themselves good reviews too make up for all the TERRIBLE experiences they're giving their patients, they shouldn't be in business. I'm embarrassed to say that I was once a "patient" at this office.
Posted: 9/04/2009 • Link to this review
I tried it. Seemed a bit unprofessional. Not my cup of tea. I really want to be honest here the service was not the worst at the desk. The office was nice. Everything was overpriced and there were 2 very angry patients there for some reason.
Posted: 6/03/2009 • Link to this review
My visit with my opthamologist was very confusing. Dr. Yesnick cleared things up for me. Now I know that this is the first authority on eye care in las vegas. Why would anyone see another doctor?
Posted: 5/04/2009 • Link to this review
I can't imagine what I'd do without my ability to read again. Yet, for months I've been struggling and no one could help because of a degenerative eye problem I've been diagnosed with. After my visit at the low vision center I can read my newspaper, mail, and I'm back to doing my crossword puzzles. Words can't describe how grateful I am to this generous & patient doctor & staff.
Posted: 2/20/2008 • Link to this review
It is gratifying when patients recognize the opportunities we provide visually challenged patients to get their lives back. The fact you are reading your computer and typing to write this review, despite your visual challenge, is satisfaction enough for me. Sincerely, Dr. Y
If you have any sort of eye disease or problem, they can help. They have a beautiful office with lots of large screen computers and other resources for the visually impaired. They are truly an amazing asset to the community.
Posted: 1/09/2008 • Link to this review
Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma and Diabetic Patients Retain Their Independence to Drive, Read, See TV and Computer, Featuring Nevada's ONLY Licensed, Board Certified Low Vision Therapist.
Chairman of SightFirst, the charitable arm of Lions club for the visually impaired. Medical advisor to Nevada Blind Childrens Foundation.