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Dermatology reviews in Carmel

  • F
    Forefront Dermatology
    Initial service was on April 2016, At that time, we thought the services were covered by our health insurance company. In December 2017 (over a year later) Forefront Dermatology surprised us because they sent us a bill for $760.00, which I appeared to include charges from April 2017 to November 2017, and these charges were based on the fact that Forefront was not ���in network��� and therefore, their charges were not going to be covered by our health insurance company. Forefront never told us about this change. Had they told us, we would have stopped going there after the first doctor visit. So, I called the company to complain, but they told me that the full amount I owed them was now almost $2000.00! I was even more surprised to see that the new bill now included expenses from April 2016 to October 2016, They had added charges on expenses from April 2016 to October 2016. Apparently, they stopped being in network back since then ��� and were now retroactively sending us a bill for charges which were up to almost 2 years old! This is not a good business practice. Had they told me that they were out of the network when we went to them in April 2016; we would have immediately changed to another doctor.��� Now they tell me I am stuck with a bill which, although discounted, is still way above our means.
    - Carlos P.
  • A
    Dermatology Inc
    It was an excellent experience. Dr. Unaeze did an amazing job on my MOHS surgery. It was on my face and the scar is barely noticeable. Lauren Fahey (PA who did everything but the surgery) was very thorough and very helpful. She was also easy to talk to and did a wonderful job.
    - Melissa B.
  • C
    Dermatology Inc
    Dr. Huff was very knowledgeable and was willing to explore all options with me. I have no complaints with him. The way the office works is another story. My appointment was never recorded on their schedule, therefore, I had to reschedule which was not convenient. I was called by someone in one office telling me my insurance approved my procedure, but no one in the other offices knew anything about it. No one called me to schedule treatments as I was told. They seem to have too many locations, and they do not communicate well with each other. I would recommend Dr. Huff but not Dermatology Inc. They are not structured well.
    - Sharon T.
  • A
    Shideler Dermatology and Skin Care Center

    This was my last time I had and appointment with Dr. Shideler but I have been going to him since the early 1990's. I always request to see Dr. Shideler because he usually gets results in one visit unless the procedure I'm seeing him for requires more that one visit. I let them assign a different doctor one time and I had to go back more than once which is very unusual when I use him.  Doctor Shideler is excellent!  I have recommended him to several people.

  • D
    Booth Dermatology

     Because of the horrible error of telling me I had melanoma and then not, of course I was scared and confused. I wanted to schedule an appt to talk to this Dr and nurse together, because now I felt I needed a 3rd opinion or test; was it, or was it not?  Dr Booth met with me but the nurse "happened" to be out that day.  No, she insisted, I must be mistaken.  She didn't tell me I had melanoma.  What?  Went home feeling belittled and unheard.  Also still concerned about the wrong melanoma diagnosis. So I called one day and said to the staff who answered that I just wanted to have a sit down talk w/ Dr Booth in her office about this matter; not a traditional dr appt.  They said you still owe your bill.  I said I am not paying my bill until she speaks with me WITH the nurse who called me about this and straightens it out.  To make a long story short, the staff then told me if I came near the office they would call police.  I never did pay my bill,  I never went near them again. I still wonder all the time what happened.

    - STEVE & BECKY D.
  • A
    Dermatology Inc
    I've been using Dermatology Inc for almost 10 years. I routinely go over there and I'm very satisfied with the service. They are efficient, competent and thorough. The staff is professional. The office has a large waiting room, clean environment and professional person.
    - DALE & ROSIE K.
  • A
    Dawes Fretzin Dermatology Group
    He is very happy with them. He has been going to them for five or six years, so he is good there. My husband really likes her. Her availability is not a problem. They do what they are supposed to do.  He has to have treatments on his head and treatment is very effective.
    - Ed R.
  • D
    Shideler Dermatology and Skin Care Center
    I contacted this doctor (based upon word of mouth) to
    seek treatment for a wart on my foot. I had to go back multiple times
    and it still has not been removed. I received full charge bills for each
    and every follow up visit, in spite the fact that they were unsuccessful in
    treating me. When I attempted to contact the office to discuss the bill
    I received, I was sent to a private billing company. After talking to
    them, they couldn't help me. So they suggested I contact the doctors office.
    I did so and they forwarded me back to the billing center. At that
    time I requested that they have someone in the doctors office contact me back
    to discuss this outrageous billing and 10 days later I just received a
    and quot;Blow Offand quot; letter that states all treatments and billings are within
    the guidelines of the medical guidelines of my insurance company...
    Shame that medical professionals complain on one hand that the insurance system
    is broken and take refuge in it when it suits their needs...sounds hypocritical
    to me. Either way, as I told them...It might be usual and customary in
    their office, but with other doctors I've seen that is not. In my past,
    when I've been provided a treatment (previous Dermatologist, Dentist,
    Podiatrist, Opthamologist and others) where the treatment was not successful,
    I was brought back for a follow-up at no charge. I will not be
    going back.

    - dan l.
  • B
    Dawes Fretzin Dermatology Group
    I visited their office in Kokomo. The waiting room was not exactly warm and inviting, but the building was old, and honestly I am more concerned about the service and bedside manner provided. The actual exam room was very clean. There were a couple of things that rubbed me the wrong way. First, my appointment was first thing in the morning. While I was sitting in the waiting room (after I had checked in) the doctor walked in. So she walked in the building (through the waiting room) about 15 minutes after my appointment was supposed to have begun. She did get her coat on and saw me very quickly after that, but still, that was kind of annoying. The second thing that annoyed me a bit was my skin cancer check. She did it in less than 2 minutes. My scalp was not checked and a couple of suspicious moles (they are suspicious in my opinion) were just glanced at. She didn't look in between my toes either. I had never had a skin cancer check, but what I researched (as far as what to expect) and what friends and family told me to expect, I felt like I did not get. Maybe because her day was already off to a 15 minute delay? She was very quick to take a sample and diagnose the dry patches, which was great. She was very friendly and personable which I really like. I am giving her another chance because I did really like her. However, I want to know that my skin is cancer free and I did not walk away feeling like I had been thoroughly checked. Another reason I am giving her another chance is as the patient, I feel I have a duty to bring forward these concerns and give her the opportunity to address the concerns.
    I would rate the effectiveness of treatment as a B. A for the dry patches, but C for not feeling so warm and fuzzy about the thoroughness of the skin cancer screen.
    - Jill K.
  • D
    McCallister, Dr. Robert E.
    Dr McCallister thought I had psoriasis and put me on one medication for 3 months but when it didn't work he then thought that I had plaque psoriasis and prescribed Humira. I received my first dose on 9/11/11. The Humira also treated ulcerative colitis which I had been taking dipentum for. He told me to stop taking the dipentum without consulting my gastroenterologist. After 8 months on Humira with no nail improvement he did a biopsy on 5/16/12 of one of my nail beds. The results showed that I had lichen planus also called 10 nail dystrophy which the Humira did not treat. So he stopped the humira abruptly even though it was also treating my OC right when I was supposed to take another dose (once every two weeks) and again didn't consult my gastro doctor. This left me with no medication for my ulcerative colitis. By the time I got the dipentum refilled for the UC my condition was out of remission which left me quite sick. As a result I was put back on Humira by my gastro doctor.
    I also had billing issues. I switched insurance carriers before my last visit and my final charges were sent to the wrong carrier even though I had called to give them the new carriers information. By the time the first insurance co reversed the charges 1 1/2 yrs later the new one would not pay because it was filed too late. These were never resolved and I of course had to pay the $230 or they would send me to collection.
    Obviously I will not go back to nor would I recommend this doctor!!

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