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Kodak Lens | Toronto Eyecare

Kodak Lens | Toronto Eyecare

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364 Yonge St, Toronto, Ontario, M5B 1S5, Canada
(416) 901-9088 klvc.eyetrust.ca
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Jul 29, 2018
My spouse and I had a wonderful experience here. No sales pressure, just useful, professional advice (thanks Allan!) and very clear pricing, which made our decisions much easier. Friendly, low-key atmosphere and we have the best Rx lenses we've ever had at affordable prices. Highly recommend.

Jul 14, 2018
Highly recommend visiting Kodak Lens for all your optical needs. As others have already mentioned, it's the great service that sets this place apart. The optometrists are great and the staff are extremely helpful and accommodating. I personally worked with Allan and he was very patient and knowledgeable through the whole process. Found the perfect frames. Thank you!

Aug 3, 2018
This is the first time I went to Kodak for eye check-up and frankly speaking was keeping my fingers crossed. But, all my apprehension evaporated in the thin air. The entire process was so smooth and not rushed at all. Dr Mishra and the entire staff were amazing, explained each step along the way as they did the tests and were patient enough to reply all my concerns and questions.

Aug 5, 2018
Dr. Rekha was very helpful and listened to all concern carefully. I am very happy with my visit and would highly recommend to visit this place for optometrist. However, the reception staff was very curt and not nice at all. Did not end up purchasing my contacts from them.

Jul 9, 2018
Really great service! The doctor and assistants were all very friendly and helpful. All my tests and the order for my lenses were quick and efficient with instant results. I'd highly recommend Kodak Lens.

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