Dr. Prajapati and the staff is very courteous, caring, patience and knowledgeable about the whole process. My husband wears glasses but I never paid attention to the details. My 6yrs old daughter was diagnosed with glasses for the 1st time! Just like any other mom, I was very upset. I was feeling guilty that I had done something to cause her to have glasses. Dr. Prajapati put me at ease, answered all my questions, some of them over and over. My daughter has a scar on her cornea which we have no clue how, I asked only once to the Dr. Prajapati that I want to send my daughter to the cornea specialist. Without being offended, he started the ball rolling. He got me into seeing a very well known doc at UNC w/c I could not have gotten in with out his help b/c it's only physician refer base! I am very grateful for that. Every time I call, he talks to me without any hurry. He is very knowledgeable and tells you the truth. I am ok with any doctor not knowing everything but I am not OK with a doctor who acts arrogant and know it all. Dr. Prajapati is totally opposite to that. If he feels that something is out of his hand, he will refer you to another doc in a heart beat and that's very important b/c I don't want to be an experimental tool for any doc. Also they have great selection of frames. Most of them keep choices for adults, but not much for the kids. At Triangle Family Eye Care, they have great selection for adults and children. My 6 yrs old picked something that everyone loves it. And it's not a pink color frame!!! So all I have to say do go see Dr. Prajapati, you won't be disappointed. BTW, something he told me that made so much sense that the prescription you get at any ophthalmologist, double check the prescription b/c the optometrists have better lenses and more of them to verify the prescription is correct. B/c my daughter's prescription from the ophthalmologist was not proper. Good luck!!
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