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Dr Provider name locked. was pleasant, professional, and patient. I did not feel rushed. She asked me if I had any concerns or other questions. I asked about particular moles that had concerned me, and she explained in detail what they were and why they weren't problematic. My only issue was that it took 6 months to get an appointment.
- Debbie C.
He's consistently voted one of the top doctors in Cincinnati by his Provider name locked. . One of the reasons why we chose him is his excellent reputation. There's nothing I've encountered that would say there is anything wrong with his rating. He's good. He's prompt. Dermatologists are hard to find but once patients are in to his practice, it's great. We have short supplies of dermatologists in Cincinnati that sometimes if patients are trying to find a dermatologist, they're going to have to wait; that's the way it is around here unless they have a referral from their primary care physician. He has a nurse that has been with him every time I see him. She's great. The front office staff is efficient and always busy. They handle a lot--phone calls and the people sitting in the waiting area. They're efficient and generally friendly.- BARBARA J.
It didn't go well for me at all. Before beginning the series of very expensive treatments ( I had my face, neck and stomach done at a total cost of $4,500.00 that had to be paid in full before treatments could be begin.), I had to have a consultation with the Nurse Practitioner to determine whether I would be a good (successful) candidate for the treatment. Nurse Provider name locked. had had it done, and said although she had not finished the treatments, she was pleased. She looked good to me, but of course I had not seen the "before" of her. She looked at the areas I wanted to be treated and said I would be a good candidate. I signed a contract, which is customary I know, and I am told contains the fine print that results vary, and I may not see the results I hoped for. Mainly I took it as the contract saying I agree to pay $4500.00 up front, in full. Although I understand the "results my vary" language that is used to protect themselves, with the treatments being touted as a "tummy Provider name locked. " without the invasive surgery, and all the pictures in the office hung up to show the results of satisfied clients (older and in worse shape than me), I certainly had a higher expectation than the zero, and yes, I do mean ZERO results I had. The "VenusFreeze" treatment is series of 6 treatments for face, neck, or arms, and 8 treatments for the stomach at 1 week intervals. It doesn't really hurt, but can get uncomfortably hot, and occasionally the electric pulses that are used in conjunction with can, at times, hurt like a pin p****. The idea is that the heat and electric pulses break down the collagen initially, then when it builds back up, it firms the skin. I was told that it takes a few weeks to see the results, and so I wasn't initially too concerned, but as the weeks ensued and I just never saw anything, I finally, on the last couple of treatments, told the nurse (yes NURSE) who does the treatment, that I was worried that I wasn't seeing anything at all. I continued to be patient, even when there was nothing at the end. I kept thinking, it's just taking awhile for the collagen to rebuild. After the treatments come to an end, you wait 4 weeks and then have to come back for a "maintenance" treatment. By they, I felt like nothing was going to happen. I said, yet again that I hadn't seen any results at all. The nurse even looked at my "before" pictures and agreed. She said that sometimes the results are very "subtle." Subtle is one thing....nothing is nothing. Still I waited....went on my beach vacation, which is what I had timed the treatments for. I wanted to wear, for the first time in 20 years a bikini swimsuit. After I returned from vacation in August, I called the office and spoke to Provider name locked. to ask for a refund of 50% of what I had paid. She was nice, and apologetic, especially because she knew I had been a client for 2 years and had spent a lot of money there having my spider veins treated. She suggested I put the request in writing, and that she would take up with Dr. Provider name locked. the physician to consider. What I was sent back was really pretty insulting I feel. His offer was for $275.00 to be used on other services. He said that Nurse Provider name locked. was no longer there, and so he couldn't speak to her about what she told me, and that when he met with the VenusFreeze representatives, they were "shocked" at my claim of no results. By the way, I offered to come in so he could see my zero results. He was not interested, didn't even mention it. Oh, and there were supposed to be "after" pictures taken, but there were only "after" pictures of my face, which was the least in need of the treatment. I wonder if more women would come forward and complain if it weren't for the stigma associated with having to "resort" to treatments like these to feel like we look better. I am fairly recently single, and so conscientious of my aging and being single. I had also been through a terrible ordeal with one of my children having cancer. I don't have a lot of money, but this was the "thing" I decided to do for myself to give myself a new start. I could have taken a wonderful, relaxing trip; I could have given that money to my son for Paramedic School; I could have had an actual face lift. I trusted this medical practice not to sell me "The Emperor's New Clothes." I feel scammed. While Provider name locked. was very kind, I am sick about how taken and stupid I feel. I just don't want anyone else to Provider name locked. their money this way. It was devastating to pay all of this money, that represented a huge amount to me, and devastating to be so expectant and excited and then so let down.
- Patti A.