How Our Patients See Us
Eye care specialists today have access to technologically advanced equipment and groundbreaking techniques. Despite this, the quality of results and care are still dependent upon the person using this technology—the surgeon. The most advanced technology in the world is useless or harmful when in the hands of an uncaring or incompetent person. At Atlantis Eyecare, we’ve assembled a team that is passionate about what they do, working tirelessly to achieve stellar results. Take a look below to see what our patients have said about us. It may be the best testament to the superlative care we deliver.
Went well.....that would represent a penchant for incredible understatement.
I am writing this to you without use of glasses, on my ipad, and not quite one full day out of surgery. My depth perception is back, and my equilibrium is also back. In short, I am well on my way back to the vision I had when I flew a Phantom F4 fighter jet in the service of our country. In those days it was perfect.....that was 47 years ago. I put on my first pair of glasses 37 years ago, and have had to use corrective lenses since, in one form or another. Today I will be closing my glass case for the last time in my life. I will never again have the notation, must wear corrective lenses, on my driver's license; prothetic when you consider I have to renew that license this year on my birthday. I am going to fly my Lear Lonhorn 56 jet, as pilot in command because I now can pass the 1st Class Medical Certificate...not 2nd class, 1st. You could not possibly know what this means to me. Dr. Sadri's extraordinary skill as a surgeon, as an ardent student of his craft, his understanding and compassion as a medical professional, and that I believe him to be just a plain ole "damn good soul," combine to make him a giant in his profession.
Then there are the Connie Kinney's who are the "make it happen" people that are vitally crucial in any successful organization. I am so jealous that Dr. Sadri found her first. She can go to work for KeyNO Ranch Holdings any time. The entire squad at Atlantis Eyecare Anaheim show how a well managed, vibrant, and results driven team can make a difference. Jonathan answering the phone with a bright cheerful attitude, Dr. Collins with her pleasant demeanor, Michelle at Bella Terra doing that A Scan thing with red hair and a sunny smile, Cindy Decker and a behemoth effort to get this done sooner, Barbara in scheduling who sent information packets as thick as War and Peace, and to many others encountered along the way.
Bottom line, this team came together, fixed a really big oopsie, and changed a person's life. You people are game changers. You have no idea how important this outcome is to me. Perhaps when you all reach the so-called 'golden years,' you will be standing in the twilight of your life remembering lives you impacted and changed simply by doing your job well.
I waiting for this mild surgical discomfort I was supposed to feel yesterday, and partly today. I'll let ya know if it shows up. One day out, and the results are astounding. I know from experience it only gets better from here. It is a journey that I am glad to take.
With warm regards
I began using reading glasses when I was about 40. Then approximately eight years later, I got my first prescription glasses (bifocals, no less). Since I worked at a computer for 40 hours a week, I got REALLY tired of looking down my nose at the screen, and acquired prescription reading glasses (two pair, one for work, one for home).
I also tried the transitional (I think they were called solar lenses at that time), but really hated them. It took them too long to change when I went outside and then stayed too dark when I went back in. Ergo, prescription sunglasses. That was fun (not to mention quite expensive)! Sunglasses to work, change to bifocals, sit down and change to “computer glasses”, get up and change to bifocals, then go outside and put on the sunglasses. Over the years, I had a GIANT collection of glasses to give away!
Finally, after 25 years, my cataracts suddenly grew and I was sent to Atlantis Eye Care. Then, I finally got lucky! I was sent to Dr. Sadri for the surgery. He recommended crystal lenses, which I jumped at! The surgeries (one on each eye) were three weeks apart in March of 2010. Each time I went right back to work in two days. It was recommended to me to buy a pair of 1.25 reading glasses, which I did, never had to use, and have since given them away. My vision is AWESOME!!! I can read prescriptions and other tiny print with no problems.
So, needless to say, Dr. Sadri is my ultimate HERO!
Thank you Thank you Thank you Dr. Sadri!
When my Mother was being seen at Atlantis Eyecare for her severe glaucoma, I decided to have Dr. Dwayne Logan as my eyecare specialist.
During my yearly eye exam, I saw the pamphlet regarding multi-focal implants. During the exam, I asked Dr. Logan if I would be a candidate for such surgery. Seeing that I had a cataract that needed surgery, I was indeed such a person. Each eye was implanted in two individual surgeries. The procedure was totally painless and I had perfect vision almost immediately. Everything was brighter and clear as a bell, and it only got better after that. Dr. Logan and his office staff were very helpful getting the right pre-surgical tests done expediciously. I have never been happier with the results I've experienced with his great surgical knowledge of the eye. My mother and myself both loved his practice and his sense of humor. We as a family have known him for nearly 20 years, and would only trust him for our most precious sense, our eyesight.
During my early teenage years and through my twenties and thirties I was a very good athlete due to my excellent hand-eye coordination.
My good eyesight was vital to my hand-eye coordination. I started wearing glasses my senior year of high school for reading. I begin wearing them full time when I discovered that I could hit a baseball better with my glasses on. I then began work as an electronic technician and engineer and needed to see very fine graduations on measuring scales, sometimes as small as 1/100 of an inch. I need additional magnification to do this and started wearing bifocals. As the years passed, I needed more and more magnification to even read to 1/32 of an inch. One year ago, Dr. Sadri implanted multi-focal lens in both of my eyes, allowing me to read measuring scales to 1/64 of an inch or 1/2 mm without any aid. With minimal magnification I can read even finer graduations.
Dear Doctor Sadri,
I am writing this letter to let you know how pleased I am with the results of my lens implant surgery.
I elected the premium lens implant and the results are truly amazing. I have required corrective eyewear for most of my adult life. The surgery you performed has restored my vision to 20/20 and I no longer require glasses. I am able to read newspapers, label contents, etc with ease.
I am an avid golfer. Since the surgery, my handicap has dropped by three strokes. I credit that to my ability to read the greens and see the ball better.
Thank you, and your helpful staff, for correcting my vision problems and improving my quality of life.
I am so appreciative of the cataract surgery you delivered to me, as well as the eyelid surgery.
Your bedside manner is so good and put me at ease. This is refreshing compared to other medical people who I’ve come across. You were kind, courteous and efficient.
I am so pleased with the care that was given to me during my cataract surgery on my right eye.
The results are unbelievable, and greatly exceeded my expectations. Because my eyesight has been restored, my whole life has been improved. Thank you!