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Dr. Sylvia J. Briceno's Ratings

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She was very good and patient. She does care about her patients and treats them with respect. Very welcoming and knows her stuff.

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flag | Submitted July 25, 2014

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I have stayed in the US for 4 years but have not checked my eyes till last week. Dr. Briceno is very patient and professional. She asked questions clear and slow, and I could feel that she cares about her patients. I will go to her office next time if I have eye problems (hopefull not ^^). She has a very tight schedule, so you have to book/ schedule one week before. I will highly recommend her to you. Simon

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flag | Submitted Feb. 20, 2013

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Last year I saw Dr. Briceno for a routine exam. I am in my 30's; have 20/200 vision and have an otherwise normal vision history. I had no symptoms and no vision changes. I was reluctant to have my eyes dilated because I had plans to go out after. She convinced me to have the dilation and I'm sure glad she did! She diagnosed me with retinal detachments in both eyes and promptly referred me to a retinal specialist. The retinal surgeon wanted to know who had referred me because he was so impressed with her diagnosis, especially in my one eye, where the detachment was very subtle and hard to spot. He went out of his way to acknowledge her sharp diagnostic skill and said she most likely saved my vision. A year later, I went back to Dr. Briceno with some very subtle vision changes; she ran some tests and identified some thickening of my macula. Referred back to the retinal specialist who confirmed the diagnosis of a macular pucker. This doctor is GREAT! Enought said.

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flag | Submitted March 9, 2012



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