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Took me 8 years to find out why my surgery failed. My lens was put in side ways. Cannot be fixed plus I have a cloud under lens which also cannot be fixed
I am a 55-year-old woman and it just so happened that my brother, at that same age, had cataracts so badly that he was blind in one eye. So, it wasn’t an impossibility that at my age when I had my eye exam that he found cataracts. My optometrist recommended that I see an ophthalmologist and very highly recommended Dr. Baron Williamson for a further exam and to see if I was a candidate for surgery. What Dr. Baron Williamson doesn’t know, is that I had to cancel a previous appointment because it fell on the day I buried my Mother, whom had passed from a very lengthy illness. The clinic ran all the necessary test and then Dr. Williamson came into the room. He said that he was trying to understand why I was there. His tone was very rude. He went on to say that the macular degeneration that my optometrist diagnosed me with about 4 years ago was not correct. He asked if I was taking any drops for my dry eyes and I said not currently as the prescription was over $700 per month and I did not receive a prescription for anything else to try. Mind you now, I had spent the last 5 years doing nothing but work and taking care of my Mother, so this was not high on my list, since my optometrist only told they would help with my dry eyes, so when I couldn’t afford them, I really didn’t think much of it. Now, if my doctor had said, “these drops are detrimental to your eye health and you must take them for life”, then I would have understood the importance. Dr. Williamson said, again rudely,condescending and talking down to me, “when I prescribe eye drops, I expect my patient to take them for life”. In truth I just sat there and took it, because I was mentally exhausted. I did not speak up for myself and tell him how rudely he was treating me. I am not a doctor, the person he should be asking all those questions should have been for the optometrist that diagnosed me and sent me there. He preceded to walk out of the room. I asked the assistant if he was through with me or coming back, because normally no one just cuts off a conversation and walks out of the room. He made me feel stupid and then insignificant when he just walked out without another word. He may be an excellent surgeon, but he is a terrible at doctor-patient relations. I am left with thinking my optometrist may be incompetent since both doctors had completely different diagnosis and now must start all over. And even if the doctors can’t understand, people like me pay 100% of the bills when I go to the doctor, so it is no small thing to have to keep paying for these visits.
I love Dr Williamson. I had cataracts in both my eyes and my vision was very poor. He did cataract/replacement lens surgeryou and I can see so much better now. He explains the procedure and makes it very comfortable.
I'm told he is a great eye dr. BUT DO NOT ALLOW HIM TO DO LIPOSUCTION ON YOU I'm scarred for life and it can not be fixed by tummy tuck (according to 3 different plastic surgeons in different groups, Baton Rouge, LA) BOTCHED !!!!!! lumps and bumps
DR WILLIAMS IS NOT AN OCULAR PLASTIC SURGEON AND SHOULD NOT DO EYELID SURGERY. I NOW HAVE PERMANENT PROBLEMS FROM MY EYELID SURGERY AND NOTHING CAN BE DONE FOR ME. DR WILLIAMS DOES NOT DO FOLLOW UPS ON HIS SURGERIES INSTEAD HIS ASSISTANT DOES AND HE IS NOT AN OPTHAMOLOGIST. DR WILLIAMS AND HIS STAFF ARE VERY COURTEOUS.
I have more than one seriour eye condition. Dr. Williamson is going to take them one by one and try to do what he can to help. He is very concerned and caring about my condition.
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