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Dr. John Krebsbach

  • "Thorough, friendly and welcoming experience. You feel comfortable as soon as you walk in the door. You get a good education about what your eyes are doing , or not doing and plan to make things right.
    May 2016"
    D.N. – Established Patient of Two Years
  • "Dr. Kresbach does an excellent job examining, explaining my eye problems and what I needed to do to improve my eye condition. He is a good listener and is very patient. I really appreciated when he showed me the health conditions of my eyes on his new machine. These retina pictures let me look at what the back of my eye really looked liked. Very cool!!
    April 2016"
    G.D. – Established Patient of Nine Years
  • "the office manager Chris and Dr. Krebsbach were very kind , professional and informative
    April 2016"
    D.N. – Established Patient of Eight Years
  • "Awesome as always:)
    April 2016"
    H.D. – Established Patient of Nine Years
  • "Just a quick stop today for a fitting on my new sunglasses so in and out. But it was a spot of sunshine in my day. Walked out the door smiling.
    December 2015"
    Anonymous Patient
  • "Friendly & welcoming atmosphere, excellent eye exam technology and tools"
    C.K. – New Patient
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