Beware! Mary054's review is not a real patient review (unless she had two procedures in two days, which is crazy). While the doctor did his job efficiently, his bedside manner left much to be desired. Neither he nor his receptionist/nurse explained the procedure to me in any kind of detail. While I understand that, as the patient, I am also responsible for asking questions, I felt that more information could have been given to me as a paying client. The doctor and the young girl who made appointments and served as a kind of nurse, were the only two individuals there. Prior to my procedure, they spoke to each other in a joking manner about what seemed to be an upcoming business transaction, which seemed very unprofessional to do in front of a patient. When I asked the receptionist/nurse if that was the doctor, she said that while he may not look it, he is an excellent doctor and has never had any complications, which was only mildly comforting. I chose general anesthesia for the procedure and there was no anesthesiologist present. The doctor himself administered the anesthesia. I'm not sure if this is standard procedure, but maybe in these types of clinics it is. Also, I would have felt more comfortable if the doctor had worn scrubs or a coat instead of jeans, a button-down, his bluetooth, and what looked like sunglasses when he entered the operating room. I also had to ask him his name before the procedure began as he didn't bother introducing himself. After the procedure, I woke up alone and the doctor simply popped in his head and asked if i was feeling okay, but barely stopped to hear my response. The doctor also prescribed a round of antibiotics after the procedure. The nurse/receptionist gave me the choice of obtaining the pills for $5.00 in the clinic or by way of prescription. I chose the former option for the sake of convenience. She then handed me a small envelope with the medicine inside and a typed label with directions on the outside. There was no information about the pills' expiration date or anything else for that matter. The price for the procedure was the only part of this whole thing that offered some sort of relief. The clinic itself is obviously old, as is much of their equipment. I think that, perhaps, they can work on making the facilities look more professional, but I especially feel that the doctor could have made himself seem more invested in the patients - many of whom I would imagine feel anxious or afraid when they have to do this procedure. All in all, I'm grateful I found this place because I was in a difficult situation and needed a solution quickly and inexpensively. I would recommend this place if you find yourself under similar, difficult circumstances, BUT I suggest you ASK questions because they won't give you any information unless you do.