Woodhams Eye Clinic

★★★★☆
  • 1140 Hammond Dr Ne Ste E5100

    Atlanta, GA 30328

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  • 770-394-4000

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I wish I could say something nice but my experience was bad from the start. While waiting for my FREE consultation for lasiks I overheard staff discussing complaints of patients being billed for the refraction procedure when they had not

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I wish I could say something nice but my experience was bad from the start. While waiting for my FREE consultation for lasiks I overheard staff discussing complaints of patients being billed for the refraction procedure when they had not

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I was there for annual eye exam but was billed for medical. I called and trying to get them to change it, but I get a lot of resistance on doing so. I spoke with a manager (DiDi?) who promised to call me back but never happened. I was in

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I was there for annual eye exam but was billed for medical. I called and trying to get them to change it, but I get a lot of resistance on doing so. I spoke with a manager (DiDi?) who promised to call me back but never happened. I was in

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An absolute Nightmare. \r
The physician may be decent, but the support staff that he has surrounded himself with is terrible. \r
They were sloppy in the pre-surgical measurements and completely wrecked the vision in one of my eyes by

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An absolute Nightmare. \r
The physician may be decent, but the support staff that he has surrounded himself with is terrible. \r
They were sloppy in the pre-surgical measurements and completely wrecked the vision in one of my eyes by

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Excellent care and results. I was very impressed with their initial exam, the surgery itself and follow up.

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★★★★★

Excellent care and results. I was very impressed with their initial exam, the surgery itself and follow up.

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I cannot say enough about Woodham's Eye Clinic!! I had Intralasik performed there on 6/13/12. I went to one other consultation with another eye doctor before I went to Woodham's but I knew for certain when I left the consultation at Woodham's that I wanted to have my procedure performed there. I was very pleased with the professionalism of the entire staff, my overall experience was just so easy and my results are absolutely amazing! What a wonderful change to my life. \nSimply - Thank You!!

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I cannot say enough about Woodham's Eye Clinic!! I had Intralasik performed there on 6/13/12. I went to one other consultation with another eye doctor before I went to Woodham's but I knew for certain when I left the consultation at Woodham's that I wanted to have my procedure performed there. I was very pleased with the professionalism of the entire staff, my overall experience was just so easy and my results are absolutely amazing! What a wonderful change to my life. \nSimply - Thank You!!

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I unfortunately did not have a experience. I was told I was an ideal candidate. After, my night vision is quite poor ? what should be points of lights (such as brake lights) look like fireworks, everything lit or reflective has a blur around it, and my contrast has decreased considerably so it is harder to see in dim light. \n\nTold before the procedure: \n-Large pupils make no difference whatsoever with the new technology.\n-Starbursts and halos happened with the older types of LASIK but simply don?t happen with the new Custom LASIK.\n-Probable worst-case scenario is that I would need a touch-up.\n\nTold after the procedure:\n-Large pupils will amplify any imperfections (thus the problems at night).\n-What could have caused the halos etc.? ?I dunno?.\n-A touch up where I?m at would be as likely to make things worse as better (why wasn?t this given as a worst-case scenario???)\n\nBefore the procedure Dr. Woodhams seemed to have all the time in the world to address my questions. After when it was clear there were issues he could not get out of the room fast enough. \n\n ?Most recent study? statistics on their website have been the same for 3 years. You can be considered 20/20 but still have starbursts and other problems.\n\nMy advice to anyone considering LASIK:\n\n-Be prepared to live with less than perfect results.\n\n-See multiple doctors for free evaluations, make sure you find one you trust. Emory was another I was considering. I didn't like the fact that they still use the blade instead of a laser to make the flap, but last I checked it hasn't been proven that the laser is any better; sometimes being conservative and sticking to what they know works isn't a bad thing.\n\n

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I unfortunately did not have a experience. I was told I was an ideal candidate. After, my night vision is quite poor ? what should be points of lights (such as brake lights) look like fireworks, everything lit or reflective has a blur around it, and my contrast has decreased considerably so it is harder to see in dim light. \n\nTold before the procedure: \n-Large pupils make no difference whatsoever with the new technology.\n-Starbursts and halos happened with the older types of LASIK but simply don?t happen with the new Custom LASIK.\n-Probable worst-case scenario is that I would need a touch-up.\n\nTold after the procedure:\n-Large pupils will amplify any imperfections (thus the problems at night).\n-What could have caused the halos etc.? ?I dunno?.\n-A touch up where I?m at would be as likely to make things worse as better (why wasn?t this given as a worst-case scenario???)\n\nBefore the procedure Dr. Woodhams seemed to have all the time in the world to address my questions. After when it was clear there were issues he could not get out of the room fast enough. \n\n ?Most recent study? statistics on their website have been the same for 3 years. You can be considered 20/20 but still have starbursts and other problems.\n\nMy advice to anyone considering LASIK:\n\n-Be prepared to live with less than perfect results.\n\n-See multiple doctors for free evaluations, make sure you find one you trust. Emory was another I was considering. I didn't like the fact that they still use the blade instead of a laser to make the flap, but last I checked it hasn't been proven that the laser is any better; sometimes being conservative and sticking to what they know works isn't a bad thing.\n\n

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Woodhams may be good for routine problems, but as soon as something goes the least bit wrong, he will make excuses. My wife had Lasik with him and found one eye ruined. He blamed the thin corneas. My Lasik surgery was OK, but when I went to him for cataracts, he badly placed the new lens and blamed my radial keratotomy surgery from thirty years ago. I have to go to a real ophthanlmologist to get it corrected.

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Woodhams may be good for routine problems, but as soon as something goes the least bit wrong, he will make excuses. My wife had Lasik with him and found one eye ruined. He blamed the thin corneas. My Lasik surgery was OK, but when I went to him for cataracts, he badly placed the new lens and blamed my radial keratotomy surgery from thirty years ago. I have to go to a real ophthanlmologist to get it corrected.

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This is the second procedure I had done by Dr. Woodhams. The cataract surgery went beautiful. Dr. Woodhams, his nurses, and his staff are fantastic. The next day I already had a 20/20 vision. Can't wait to get my second eye done in 2 weeks.\r\nI would never trust anyone else with my eyes.\r\nThank you Dr. Woodhams and staff,\r\nBarbara Martin

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This is the second procedure I had done by Dr. Woodhams. The cataract surgery went beautiful. Dr. Woodhams, his nurses, and his staff are fantastic. The next day I already had a 20/20 vision. Can't wait to get my second eye done in 2 weeks.\r\nI would never trust anyone else with my eyes.\r\nThank you Dr. Woodhams and staff,\r\nBarbara Martin

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For 38 years I was in hard or rigid contact lenses. I went to Woodhams Eye Clinic to see Dr. Woodhams and he suggested Prelex. After much thought, I decided to go for it and WOW! I went from ""unable to function without correction"" to 20/20 and I can read tiny type without any glasses which I had not been able to do since I hit my 40's. Readers were such a pain.\r\n\r\nThe staff it totally top notch from the front desk to the people who take care of the patients during the surgery. Dr. Woodhams is simply the best! \r\n\r\nThere are not many docs in the country who do these advanced surgeries so be very careful which doc you choose. At least go see the folks at Woodhams to see what is available. You will be glad you did.

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For 38 years I was in hard or rigid contact lenses. I went to Woodhams Eye Clinic to see Dr. Woodhams and he suggested Prelex. After much thought, I decided to go for it and WOW! I went from ""unable to function without correction"" to 20/20 and I can read tiny type without any glasses which I had not been able to do since I hit my 40's. Readers were such a pain.\r\n\r\nThe staff it totally top notch from the front desk to the people who take care of the patients during the surgery. Dr. Woodhams is simply the best! \r\n\r\nThere are not many docs in the country who do these advanced surgeries so be very careful which doc you choose. At least go see the folks at Woodhams to see what is available. You will be glad you did.

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I had Lasik surgery and afterwards still noticed problems reading signs and so forth. I told the doctor during my follow up visits but he told me all his test said I was seeing fine. After dealing with the problem for sometime, I have finally been able to define what the problem is. Reading signs such as street signs that have a reflective surface causes problems. My eyes now are very very very sensitive to the light most light sources have weird light around them. Sometimes the light shoots straite up and down from the source. On sighs its not that noticiable but it does effect being able to read the signs to the point you have to be very close to them. I would not recommend Woodhams because of the after care treatment I recieved from them. I did have a problem but I just couldn't define it during the immidate care afterwards. The doctor just didn't care, he had his money and just needed to get rid of me.

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I had Lasik surgery and afterwards still noticed problems reading signs and so forth. I told the doctor during my follow up visits but he told me all his test said I was seeing fine. After dealing with the problem for sometime, I have finally been able to define what the problem is. Reading signs such as street signs that have a reflective surface causes problems. My eyes now are very very very sensitive to the light most light sources have weird light around them. Sometimes the light shoots straite up and down from the source. On sighs its not that noticiable but it does effect being able to read the signs to the point you have to be very close to them. I would not recommend Woodhams because of the after care treatment I recieved from them. I did have a problem but I just couldn't define it during the immidate care afterwards. The doctor just didn't care, he had his money and just needed to get rid of me.

Pros: Can see fine sometimes

Cons: Blurry vision do to reflective surfaces or different light

 

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