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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • Friendly staff, professional service. Thorough examination. Highly recommended!

    - Lennart L.
  • We have been going here for my daughter now for about three years and they’re all just such nice people! Josh is great about making all the kids feel their best in their new glasses! Great place!

    - Alyssa S.
  • I tell all my friends and my coworkers that hands down Eye Care of the Big Horns affords absolutely the most thorough intensive professional and compassionate eye care. I was so very impressed when I got know both doctors as part of my work schedule and saw first hand how diligent, friendly, keenly thorough, thoughtful, understanding,involved they were and still are with every single person they care for. They and their staff strive to give top notch pleasant friendly personal customer service and do an incredibly amazing job.

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  • Everyone is very helpful and friendly. They all made my first visit go very smoothly. I would absolutely recommend Eye Care of the Big Horns.

    - Muggsie F.

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