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Dr Lee incorrectly measured my eyeball length resulting in the wrong intraocular lens being implanted in a routine cataract surgery. Prior to the surgery she told me to expect "a miracle" when in fact I had blurred vision for months. Another ophthalmologist quickly caught her error and made her aware of it. No apology was forthcoming from Dr Lee. By the way, I have experienced 2 retinal detachments in the years since the surgical injury.
Her domination over her clinic staff results in a charged atmosphere of stress and agitation. Dr. Lee’s manner was cold and arrogant, to the point that I felt like normal conversation or questions were discouraged. Regardless, as I continued visits before and after cataract surgery that she performed, I felt as if with every question I had about her practices, I was preparing for battle. At one visit, she slammed the door to the exam room because I dared to use my phone while waiting more than an hour for her. She will order only brand name prescriptions that are not on the military pharmacy formulary, but just happen to be sold by a pharmacy that she recommends. As explained to me by a pharmacy technician in my military pharmacy, doctors who do this are often suspected of getting kickbacks involving pharmaceutical sales. There was no logical explanation as to why thousands of ophthalmologists across the US use generic drugs available on the military formulary, but Dr. Lee’s choice of brand name meds were somehow vastly superior. I canceled my remaining check up with this strange doctor and will never return. Oh, yes - and did I mention that she sells ‘post-op’ kits for $10? A little box with samples of the meds and a tiny bit of paper tape!
My husband just had cataract surgery with Dr. Lillian Lee. She advised us that his prior LASIK surgery might necessitate that he wear reading glasses after the cataract surgery. She spent a lot of time calculating the best lens to implant at surgery. His vision is near perfect now. He says it's like a miracle! The surgery was quick and painless, the pre-op appointment was thorough, and Dr. Lee and her staff are wonderful.
Probably a good surgeon, but very scolding to me, even when she was wrong. My next appt, will be the last. Hurt my feelings.
above and beyond. Good listener . Thank you Dr Lee.
While I do agree with some prior reviews regarding her "coldness", I saw her on an emergency basis so I was there for an expert, not to make a friend. My emergency required her to scrape off what felt like a hangnail in my eye with a razor blade. I was scared out of my mind, but her "coldness" put my mind at ease because I knew she took her job very seriously and didn't mess around. If you want someone to hold your hand, she is not for you. If you want a confident and experienced doctor, you found her.
Didn't seem like she cared bout me as a person. Very brief with her explanation and made me feel subhuman
Absolutely useless. No diagnosis wherein she promptly sent me to the emergency room . They also dropped the ball and used her diagnosis to release me( which was no diagnosis) Plus she was rude and had a bad attitude. Theres better doctors to see!
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I am suppose to do yearly follow up visits to ascertain macrophilia progression, which is very low. I specifically told Dr. Lee's office before my exam and during my exam that I did not want a full exam, as I only wanted one thing checked. Then I ended up with a $310 bill that said I got a comp eye exam. I did not even get an eye exam for glasses. The bill is out rageous. I didn't spend more than 5 minutes with the doctor!
More than delighted with Dr. Lee's careful exam and evaluation. She diagnosed a problem that other doctors had missed. Oh well, at least it's good to have a name for the macular degeneration. How could the other doctors have missed it?
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