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Dermatology reviews in Lexington

  • A
    Columbia Skin Clinic Pa
    He is fantastic! He is down to earth, friendly, and very knowledgable. I would never go to anyone but him. He found problems and biopsied them immediately and didn't wait until next time. He always gets me in fast.
    - Nancy C.
  • F
    Welch, Dr. Michelle
    My husband and I went to see her for a rash - hives that we got. She told us it was the soap that we were using. She did not ask if anything has changed in our diets Or lifestyle. So after numerous testing and medication And ton of money to help we were still the same.
    - Doty P.
  • A
    Zimmerman, Dr. Greta C
    The office staff person asked, and quot;What's the last name?and quot; while looking at a computer screen. The question feels a bit impersonal to me. I much prefer eye contact and and quot;What is your last name?and quot;
    Dr. Zimmerman was running very late and I waited more than an hour after my appointment time to see her, but she did a great job and has helped my husband tremendously, doing small surgical procedures in the office. Doctors are in short supply and have many patients to see. So having to wait an hour to see a good one is a minor inconvenience.
    - Jana D.
  • A
    Welch, Dr. Michelle
    She's very concerned about finding the cause for those problems that can't be cured, only managed. She has ordered blood work to check various things that could be causing my eczema and alopecia in an attempt to better treat it. She also insists on follow-ups and if a treatment isn't working she's prone to modify treatment. Overall I am very happy with her and intend to use her as long as I need derm. help.
    - michelle w.
  • A
    Welch, Dr. Michelle
    I am a total chicken when it comes to a knife being applied to my body.  Dr. Welch had these places removed without me ever feeling it!  I loved leaving her office knowing that I would hear back from them in however many days to explain to me the results of the biopsies.  So many times I've left a doctor's office with more questions than answers.  Hate that!  I got the call within the allotted time frame with the results (benign!) and was given a action plan to return every year for follow up skin checks since skin cancer runs in my family.
    - M R.
  • C
    Welch, Dr. Michelle
    Overall, the appointment was a fair rating.  The office environment was good, punctuality was good and the service provider appeared to be knowledgeable.  My appointment was scheduled at a considerable delay from when I first met with my PCP but that is almost expected nowadays with any medical issue unless an emergency.  What was a considerable detraction from the whole experience was the time spent with me as a patient (less than 5 minutes), the majority of time spent discussing everything with a nurse or physician's assistant, only to get extremely limited time with the physician and repeat nearly all information the nurse/P.A. collected, seemingly just for a form completion's sake.  Additionally what was discouraging was the brevity of the appointment gave me no resolution of the issue I was there for in the first place.  A posited solution was put forward as to why the nail was discolored but the explanation was littered with constraints and liability-covering statements, which wrapped up with merely a referral to a dermatological surgeon and yet another appointment.  I realize that most PCPs won't refer right to a surgeon, but this visit could have been completely avoided (and the significant cost of the appointment as well) if I could have just gone to the referred expert mentioned above in the first place.
    - John C.
  • D
    Welch, Dr. Michelle
    Although Dr. Welsh is nice her staff is not. The front office staff are not helpful at all. We have always had to wait at least 30 minutes to be seen. One time I asked how much longer it was going to be and I was told "she is a specialist you know". I guess it is suppose to make it ok the she is always late since she is a specialist.
    - Karen E.
  • C
    Welch, Dr. Michelle
    I  am in my mid-forties and am concerned not only for my health, but also my appearance.  Dr. Welch entered with what looked like a fire extinguisher and appoligized for my wait and told me there was an emergency that morning.  She assessed my marks and told me they were not immediately dangerous, but they were pre-cancerous and kept repeating that she was glad I came in today and that we needed to take care of the marks.  She explained that they should be "frozen" off and really didn't give me any other options.  I was alarmed with the term "pre-cancerous", so of course, I wanted them gone!  She proceeded to "freeze" the larger marks with the extinguisher on both my arms and legs.  There were about 5 or 6 and it was a bit painful, but manageable.  I think she numbed them first.  Fast forward a few months and they were healed, but each one left a bright red mark, which I later learned was called hyper-pigmentation.  I also learned that some people, mostly lighter skinned people, are prone to hyper-pigmentation.  So I went through the summer with these ugly red marks on my arms and l, wondering if they would go away.  I don't think I wore shorts all summer.  The bottom line is that I wasn't given an option and I wasn't given the risks.  I wish that Dr. Welsh would have considered the appearance of the treatment and given me options, like creams, etc that may not have caused the reddness.  
    I also had some skin tags removed and was never told that the limit per visit is16.  If I had known this, I would have picked the bigger, more annoying ones first.  I had a rather large one that was rubbing against my clothing and when I asked Dr. Welsh to remove that one too, she said I had done my 16 and that we will get that one next time.  I didn't go back.
    Fast forward 2 years later and those marks have faded a bit, (although they are still there!) and I have recently visited a new dermatologist who does not carry a can of "freeze".
    - Scott A.
  • A
    Palmetto Dermatology
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    - Dave S.
  • A
    Rebecca Clemenz MD
    She's thorough and she knows what she's doing. They are very accommodating and very friendly. She has a caring bedside manner.
    - James C.
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