We value our patients' experience at Livermore Optometry Group. We pride ourselves on patient satisfaction and want to share our enthusiasm with you. See for yourself what our patients say about Livermore Optometry Group. See more reviews here.
Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients
"The professionalism of everyone at Livermore Optometry Group is outstanding. I have been getting my eye exams there for decades, and have never had any issue, always the best and most courteous service, and, most importantly, the best care for my vision."
"Livermore Optometry provides a fantastic eye care service to the Livermore community!"
"Speedy, kind, caring and knowledgeable group of wonderful professionals! We love Dr. Melendez and the entire team."
"best eye care!! I have been seeing dr. faith for 30 years!! (how are we that old?!)"
"When I developed a problem with my vision, I was quickly seen and recommendations made. I have been a patient since~1978 and always found them to be responsive and accurate. They know their capabilities and will recommend and assist the patient in getting the next level of care I.e. ophthalmology."
"I've been going to Livermore Optometry Group for decades. Dr. Abramson and his staff are very warm and caring. I feel I get excellent service there. I highly recommend any of the doctors at LOG."
"I have gone to Livermore Optometry for years. I have been there for annual check ups and serious complications with my eyes. Always nice, friendly and professional. Dr. Melendez is the best. She has gone above and beyond for my eye. I believe all the doctors are caring and give their all."
"Dr. Kuntz takes the time to get to know her patients and is exceptional with children in particular."
"I would highly recommend Livermore Optometry and Dr. Melanie Mason. She is the most professional and caring professional I have ever worked with."
"Great family friendly, professional and personable staff. Dr. Faith is awesome!"
"The BEST Optometry Group in the Tri-Valley. Very Friendly staff and always there to help."
"So I really love this place. I used to come here growing up until I moved away. Anyways a lifetime of greatness! I am back in town for a family emergency and totally smashed my glasses. I went in to see if they could fix them....and they did and did not charge me. Great service!!"
"First off, I had been going to Lens Crafter's for quite sometime. But since I work in Livermore and my vision insurance plan changed, I decided to check out Livermore Optometry Group. Well, it was the best decision I made and I'm kicking myself that I didn't come here sooner. Dr. Kuntz was so sweet and very informative, she answered all my questions. Everything was great from check-in to the very end. The girls in the front were super awesome too! They assisted me in a very timely matter. I am a forever customer, thank you Livermore Optometry Group!"
"I have been coming here for a number of years. The doctors are great and the wait times are minimal. When I came in for my annual eye exam in Aug. I had my frames adjusted and the employee noticed a stone was missing. She offered to get me a replacement frame at no change. I had the frames for some time and didn't except this. It was service above and beyond. The staff is always friendly and helpful. I love this place!"
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The only way to correct the clouded vision caused by advanced cataracts is surgical intervention. If you find yourself pursuing cataract surgery to remove one or both cataract-disease lenses, you may be wondering what surgical approaches are available for treatment.
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