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  • Dr. Rovner spent a maximum of 5 minutes with me and identified the rash as psoriasis. Asked if skin problems ran in my family and inquired if I'd been under stress of late (no more than usual). He wrote me a prescription for what he warned was a very expensive medication and said I should spend time in the sun. End of visit. Upon googling psoriasis at home, I learned that it can be triggered by Nsaids and beta-blockers -- both of which I am prescribed. He never inquired about meds, which I find surprising. We'll see what the new ointment does, but I won't be going back. Meanwhile, on my own, I'll pursue an alternative to prescription naproxen and metoprolol.
    - linda s.
  • When I arrived, it was kind of upsetting to see people sitting in the waiting area with bandages over parts of their face. I'm not sure if they were coming back for follow-ups or if they were having Moh's surgery and were waiting there to get the results. The nurse took me in and took down pertinent info. as to why I was there. I've had several non-melanoma skin cancers and have had biopsies when needed by another doctor in a different state. I showed the dr. several areas of concern, and she decided to biopsy all of them. I was somewhat surprised that she wasn't able to diagnose at least some of them without biopsy. The and quot;nurseand quot; (?) injected the local anesthesia, which I had never had done except by a physician. Then the doctor came back in and completed the biopsies. They called me several days later and scheduled a follow-up because they said several were basal cell skin cancers. I came back two months later and they took me into what appeared to be a mini-operating room. Seemed a bit much for the type of procedure I thought I was having. One of the skin cancers that she removed was very small, but she ended up putting stitches in, which I didn't realize she was doing until I saw her hand sewing me up. I was shocked since I've had similar-sized skin cancers removed before and never have had to have stitches. A couple months later I decided to go back to a dermatologist that I trusted and had seen for many years but was located in another state. I showed him the biopsy reports and what had been done. He agreed with me that the treatment had been overly aggressive. I asked him what he thought the motivation might be and he confided that some doctors are known to cut a lot in order to make more money. I suspect they also do it to protect themselves from possible litigation in case they missed something. I will not be going back to this practice.
    - Janet H.
  • They were fantastic. They were top notch professionals. They were very customer oriented and very thorough. It was good follow up. They do a patient portal into the EMR. They were state of the art. There is a wait in getting an appointment because they are so popular.
    - Marc V.
  • The front desk staff could not have been more friendly, and Dr. Bruce himself was nice. However, even his politeness didn't help with the fact that the visit was rushed, he did not seem to take any intense interest in my questions or why I was there. He quickly dismissed the medications I told him I'd been using on my face and just replied with a "yeah yeah I'll send you home with some MetroGel". The visit did not include a full body check, just a check (a glance actually) of my face. I don't even thing the Dr. touched me, he just pointed an LED flashlight at my face very quickly then turned it off.
    Most of his talking was done in regards to my weight; Which I didn't mind in itself, though he admonished me as to why I just don't "loose it and not complain about it". My weight was brought up as I told him I figured some of my face blotchiness could be the result of a weight gain I've been passive about taking care of. THIS issue was the only thing he seemed to take an interest in.
    I left thinking that the office would be calling in a prescription for me, but they never did. Somehow, it simply got lost. A rapid visit by a disinterested doctor which cost me and my insurance company over $200. (I didn't a have a body check remember, just a face check. I still have no idea what I was charged for. It certainly wasn't dermatological advice or writing a prescription for me).
    Nice man but I'm terribly disappointed. I now have to start the search for a new dermatologist in my new town all over again. Sadly, I would not recommend this guy.
    - Jay N.
  • The front desk staff could not have been more friendly, and Dr. Allen Bruce
    himself was nice. However, even his politeness didn't help with the fact
    that the visit was rushed, he did not seem to take any intense interest
    in my questions or why I was there. He quickly dismissed the
    medications I told him I'd been using on my face and just replied with a
    and quot;yeah yeah I'll send you home with some MetroGeland quot;. The visit did not
    include a full body check, just a check (a glance actually) of my face. I
    don't even thing the Dr. touched me, he just pointed an LED flashlight
    at my face very quickly then turned it off.
    Most of his talking
    was done in regards to my weight; Which I didn't mind in itself, though
    he admonished me as to why I just don't and quot;loose it and not complain about
    itand quot;. My weight was brought up as I told him I figured some of my face
    blotchiness could be the result of a weight gain I've been passive about
    taking care of. THIS issue was the only thing he seemed to take an
    interest in.
    I left thinking that the office would be calling in a
    prescription for me, but they never did. Somehow, it simply got lost. A
    rapid visit by a disinterested doctor which cost me and my insurance
    company over $200. (I didn't a have a body check remember, just a face
    check. I still have no idea what I was charged for. It certainly wasn't
    dermatological advice or writing a prescription for me).
    Nice man
    but I'm terribly disappointed. I now have to start the search for a new
    dermatologist in my new town all over again. Sadly, I would not
    recommend this guy.
    - Jay N.
  • The last time I had an appointment with Dr. Harre it was to look at a bump on my hand. She had treated it before, but it kept coming back. Dr. Harre felt that it should be biopsied. She injected the area to numb it, then in one graceful turn, put down the syringe and picked up the scalpel and sliced away. My thumb was numb for the rest of the day, but it wasn't numb at that moment. In a hurry.
    My primary care doctor complains that Dr. Harre isn't good about forwarding information. None of the notes about my visits have been shared with my doctor.
    - Anne L.
  • Extremely well. I saw Dr. McCrory and she performed a full body check. Her exam was thorough and gentle. She gave me advice on taking care of my skin and took samples for further review where necessary. i had to go back for an excision which she performed. My skin has healed very well and no scar is visible.
    - Paulette T.
  • I feel really abandoned whenever I must wait for an appointment...can Portland do not better?
    I had seen the Dr once previously and she was pleased to see me again. I believe that the skin problems she burned off were not addressed aggressively enough, thus their return.
    - Marty H.
  • She was very competent and she knows her stuff. Her availability and punctuality was excellent. I think that her bedside manner and communication were excellent and I know that some people don't, but I do.
    - Ann B.
  • I have been going to Dermatology Associates for a few years now and they always make me feel welcome and comfortable. Chelsea is fabulous and not only takes the time to check me over, but she gives me great skin care advice, especially while I was pregnant.
    - Shannon G.
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