Growing up as a teenager my skin took a drastic turn for the worse. My skin went out control and not only did is show on my face, but my back, chest, and shoulders were affected, too. My dad listened to the radio a lot and they interviewed this dermatologist. I was miserably and he wanted to help me out, so my dad took me to his clinic to see what he could do. The first thing he did was make me shed my clothes (kind of embarrassing when you're only fourteen) and digitally photographed every couple square inches of my back so that we could track our progress. In retrospect it wasn't really like a fun way to use several thousand dollars' worth of technology - more so ludicrous and wasteful. He spoke in a rather demeaning matter to me. He was somewhat helpful. He introduced me to the world of microdermabrasion, which I admit, was somewhat helpful. Of course, I didn't have the money for multiple sessions so I only went to one. The drugs he gave me didn't help very much, and pretty soon I didn't want to go to him anymore because he just seemed like a greedy old man that wanted to milk us of the little money we had. I would recommend someone else. With all the hype in the Polish community surrounding this man, I was completely unimpressed and turned elsewhere with more success.