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Wrong prescription 3 times in a row, multiple calls to the Carrot Eye Clinic to correct no one would reply to emails or phone calls to correct the prescription and found out the prescription I was give. And taking for over 1 year has potential for serious side effects, as well told I would need surgery which was also a wrong diagnoses...I will also place an official complaint to Health Canada....terrible terrible patient services and diagnosis.
Short waiting list when it comes to surgery. Always accommodate patients although waiting time may be long. Surgery staff is very polite & professional. Overall very good experience did not feel like another number in the line. Dr is very knowledgeable & gives his honest opinion. I would recommend.
I was referred to Dr.Khan by my optometrist and although the wait times were long, I had an overall positive experience. The technician was helpful and assured me I was in good hands and when it was my turn to see Dr.Khan I found him to be an extremely compassionate doctor and very informative. He really cares for his patients and I was very satisfied with the options and explanation I was given. 10/10 would recommend.
I was referred to Dr. Khan for by my family doctor for a small procedure with my eyelid. The Carrot clinic where it was done was very busy, but worth the wait. Dr. Khan was probably the most personable doctor I had ever had and as I was nervous, he walked me through every step before he did it. I would definitely recommend him to anyone needing surgery on an eyelid. It's been 3 weeks since I had the operation and it has healed much better than I expected. It's almost unnoticeable.
I thought I was going to see an expert, instead I had one of the most terrible experiences with a Dr. Dr. Khan was unsympathetic, insincere, did not seem very knowledgeable, and to top it off, he has terrible bedside manner! His staff were also extremely unprofessional and didn’t seem to know what they were doing either. AVOID!
Dr Khans facility is always busy as they take emergency patients from various hospitals. Also when reminder calls are made we are always advised that the appointment may take anywhere from 1-2 hours like any other specialist office within Canada. Dr Khan is worth the wait and is very kind and caring. Even the way he respects his staff tells you a lot about himself. I have never had an issue with him not listening or pressuring me into anything. I have always been told what my options are and it is my choice if I would like to proceed. I don't know why people are willing to wait months to get an MRI done but cannot wait 2 hours to see a specialist in regards to their eyes.
Dr. KHAN prescribed cataract surgery for both of my eyes. My major problem was with reading. Surgery was arranged for the right eye and wiht his assistance, I chose a lens that KHAN advised would assist both with distance and reading. I had pre-paid for this lens, $1,125.00. I had asked repeatedly if I would be sedated for the process and was continually told, "don't worry, everything will be fine". During the surgery in the Operating Room could voices and then felt the equivalent of a safety pin entering my eyeball and I am aware that I moved quickly in response to this pain. I saw Dr. KHAN the next day and he advised that there were problems during the surgery in that I moved quickly causing him to perforate a "sac" (ph) and this prevent him from installing the $1,125 lens as the sac could not be repaired. He advised me that I had received adequate anesthetic. He told me that he inserted a lens that is used for distance. I nneed 3.25 magnification read newspapers
Dr. Yasser operated my husband of pterygium, he saw him before and after the surgery,that was it, and after 6 months my husband's eye went back red and it burned again, we never could get back in contact with him, just his staff, who never really helped us, finally he saw him and said that he has to be operated again and that this time he will do a better operation,?? and that the skin won't grow back again, what did he mean by this? he didn't do a good operation the first time?? we got a 2nd opinion and they said he did a bad operation, that was used to do many years ago, but now he was supposed to use a tissue from his eye so that way it wouldn't grow back again, and now is very risky to do a 2nd operation on that eye, because of the cut he did very close to the cornea, so this dr. advised us not to operate this eye, just leave it like that. He ruined my husband eye, and this is a dr. who he shouldn't even be called one.
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