Testimonials & Reviews

Dr. Ryan K. Losh always appreciates feedback from his valued patients. To date, we’re thrilled to have collected 16 reviews with an average rating of 4.88 out of 5 stars. Please read what others are saying about Dr. Ryan Losh below, and as always, we would love to collect your feedback.

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Dr. Ryan Losh, OD South Buchanan Street, Maryville


Our Reviews

  • "Dr Losh is the most thorough eye doctor I've experienced. He explains what he is doing, why he is doing it and leaves no question unanswered."
    Kelley O.
  • "It was a good visit. Eyes didn't change that much. Very thorough. I highly recommend Dr Losh. Thank you very much."
    Linda P.
  • "Was very helpful and nice!"
    Trevor W.
  • "Great experience! I liked how much time he spending working with you and explaining things to you."
    Robin R.
  • "Great service and would definitely recommend to a friend."
    Kelly E.
  • "Great experience very professional and helpful. Friendly staff."
    Paul H.
  • "Great experience! The staff was very friendly and laid back."
    Bill M.
  • "I walked in and was immediately greeted with a smile! He helped me right away and was very pleasant to talk to! Nothing but great reviews!"
    Kay P.
  • "It was great. The doctor was helpful and so was the desk attendant."
    LaNee W.
  • "Great experience."
    Paul M.
  • "My family and I have been patients of Dr. Losh's for the last year and a half. Being in the health care profession myself, I truly appreciate the high standard of care that Dr. Losh provides and the professionalism that is shown in his practice. He is thorough, takes time to listen and evaluate, and I like how he explains things throughout the exam. Every Spring, I battle annoying eye allergies and had all but given up on a solution to manage them, but Dr. Losh provided a successful answer that has helped my eye allergies to be much more tolerable. I am thankful that Dr. Losh and his wife Tracey have their practice in Maryville and without hesitation, would recommend them to family and friends."
    Trelawny S.
  • "Great service and would definitely recommend to a friend."
    Lydia E.
  • "Dr. Losh helped me regain vision in my left eye. When I was in college a chemistry experiment blew up in my face damaging the cornea in my left eye. For 50 years I had a scar across my cornea which greatly limited my vision in that eye. All of the other Optometrists I saw said that nothing could be done to help me. Dr. Losh referred me to a cornea specialist ophthalmologist. The specialist performed corneal transplant surgery. Now I have my vision back in my left eye and can see normally. Thank you Dr. Losh!"
    Sally C.
  • "Dr Losh is awesome! He gave me a very thorough exam and took his time with me. Staff was friendly and very helpful. I felt Very comfortable. I would recommend Dr. Losh to all my friends and family."
    Barbara H.
  • "Great doctor! Dr. Losh is very informative and I learned a lot from my visit!"
    Breana H.
  • "Dr. Losh was very professional and thorough with my exam. Their office has a warm and welcoming atmosphere. They were very helpful in assisting me to choose glasses frames. I will definitely go back again and recommend Los Optometry to my friends."
    Carma K.
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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday, Wednesday - Friday:

8:00 am to 12:00 pm

1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Tuesday:

11:00 am to 7:00 pm

Saturday, Sunday:

Emergency / By Appointment

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