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Los Angeles Dermatologists

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Dermatologists in Los Angeles, CA

Dermatologists in Los Angeles

If you're suffering from acne symptoms near Eagle Rock, a Los Angeles dermatologist may be able to help you heal more quickly. If you're located near Echo Park and need to tackle psoriasis or live near Boyle Heights and want to know more about anti-aging treatments, you can use ZocDoc to quickly find your ideal dermatology specialist. The process is easy: simply search your local area and select an expert from the results list; then, make an appointment online. It's easy, it's free, and it's quick!

Dermatologists
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Dermatologist
2888 Long Beach Boulevard #235
Long Beach, CA 90806
17.07 miles from Los Angeles
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Dermatologist
7320 Woodlake Ave.
West Hills, CA 91307
24.50 miles from Los Angeles
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Dermatologist
170 S. Main St.
Orange, CA 92868
28.36 miles from Los Angeles
I sought out Dr. Butani to get a second opinion on my skincare regime and I actually really enjoyed seeing Dr. Butani and will be switching over to her from now on for several reasons. First off Dr. Butani took her time with me, was attentive, and didn't just rush me out so she could get to her next patient. As a result she was pretty insightful about what sort treatment I needed, specifically I am pretty disorganized so intensive skin care regimes with rounds of washes, an ensemble of cremes, and agendas for timing treatment don't really work well for me. She picked up on this (probably based on what I had said and just the way I carry myself) and she accordingly recommended a lean program of treatment that I can reasonably implement while also sounding pretty effective. Also she spotted a mole on my arm that neither I nor my previous derm had noticed. In fact only my mom had managed to spot it which speaks to the level of attention that you'll be getting from Dr. Butani (Mom-level scrutiny but without the critcism!) Furthermore she laughed at a joke that I told which is a HUGE plus in my book. Also while she was attentive, she didn't push a ton of products onto me. This is important because I feel a lot of pretty decent dermatologists sour the patient-doctor interaction when they deluge the patient with a bunch of products that they sell in-house or you get prescribed medications from a pharmaceutical company that the doctor has some sort of relationship with. Basically even the attentive dermatologists I've been to seem to have some sort of conflict of interest which makes me feel uncomfortable when they start pushing product on me and makes me question whether I'm really getting the best/most appropriate treatment. In stark contrast I NEVER felt pressured into buying anything when I saw Dr. Butani. That isn't to say you can't pick up the products you need there, before leaving I inquired about a face wash and got some great suggestions/recommendations that I ended up purchasing there. But the absence of the pressure to buy products I think is pretty critical in relieving any concerns that I have of suboptimal care. Definitely an excellent dermatological experience! The music in the waiting room could be better though.