Looking for Eye Doctor

Can someone recommend a very good ophthalmologist  in the East Bay, preferably Berkeley or Albany?  I no longer want to the UCB School of Optometry and have 2 to 3 hour appointments.  I am middle aged  and have bifocals.

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I recently needed new glasses and was unhappy with the ophthalmology department at Kaiser.  I went to Moderne Eye on College avenue and saw Dr. Susan Lin.  Both my parents had glaucoma and my mom has macular degeneration and I wanted not just a new prescription but someone to really check out my eyes for any potential issues.  Dr. Lin was everything I want in an eye doctor.  She was warm and thorough and I cannot recommend her strongly enough.  Good luck!

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Highly recommend Dr. Dacanay at Bellevue Eye Center, he's extremely knowledgeable and also cute as a button! I was literally going blind because of this weird, weird thing where my corneas were floating away from my ... um ... like they were constantly getting detached?? It was horrifying and he stuck with it until we beat it together. Really cannot recommend him highly enough.

https://www.yelp.com/biz/leonardo-dacanay-md-bellevue-eye-medical-center...

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Try Solano Eye Care on Solano just east of Tacoma.  I've been going there for years [almost since they opened shop back in the 80s], and they're just great.  I prefer Dr. Woodring, but they're all excellent. 

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Sorenson and Sorenson in Berkeley on Colby. This is where I went after I had enough of Julia Morgan Eye Center. 

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Dr. Harold Woodring, Opthamologist, just retired from UC eye clinic where he taught. He continues his private practice on Solano Avenue with two partners. The office is prompt and efficient - no waiting.