Yes, if you just want to use the in-house laser. If you needed addition service, I wouldn't advice it.
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Report|5 years ago
This was the most unprofessional office I have ever experienced. First making an appt was difficult because the office hours are variable, especially on the weekend. I was told to call back, because they weren't sure if they would be open on that given Saturday, but they may, ago I should call back. What?? When we arrived, we were ushered into a cold room with the laser helmet and a TV, the machine was started and we were left alone. Machine ran for 20 minutes, the receptionist returned 10 minutes later. She was going to dismiss us, but I asked to talk to someone about this process, so we waited a bit more and we're ushered into a different cold room, to wait some more. Then a woman entered and started talking AT us about random things. She never introduced herself. She told us about how big and great the company is, the name of the doctor, and how a are going to be very happy with the results. Then she started talking to us about hair transplantation, at which point we told her we were only interested in the laser treatment and would like to learn more about that. She did a poor job of explaining what it is and how it works, we still don't really know, even though she claimed to have been doing this for 20 years. She had poor communication skills, was disorganized and unprofessional, and came across as sleezy. My husband may be willing to return if he never had to see her again.