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Real Customer Reviews
Christina M. posted on 9/24/2013
"So far, no malpractice about this company. A good alternative"
kelly k. posted on 11/6/2014
"I'm a client of Dr. Hotchandani and I have gotten botox treatments done now three times and I am through the moon with my results. Rave over the professionalism, kindness, and knowledgeable doctor and staff."
Amanda B. posted on 11/24/2014
"I was beyond impressed with my experience at Dr. Heher's office. Dr. Heher has always provided me with the absolute best care and advice. I am so satisfied after every visit and the reults are amazing! I wouldn't go anywhere else- New England Eye Center, Boston, MA.
Andrea S. posted on 2/17/2015
"This ONLY reason this site does not have a malpractice case against them is because they do everything barely legal to the point you can't have a case against them. A Dr. Who pays to advertise on there can just alert realself if they don't like a review . They alert them of a patient and they go over that patient with a fine tooth comb until the second that they can use any little thing to take them off or block them. Same goes for the "real"reviews from "real" patients that are good. They will be posted like wildfire all at once and they say that they audit them but they never know if they are real or claim not to and never question it as long as a Dr. Is advertising there. Super dangerous site!"
Michelle A. posted on 6/6/2015
"The doc I used from this site had five stars all the way, but the surgery I ended up with was far less than a five star outcome. Also, I received email from Real Self and opened one in particular. I had posted a negative review about the doctor on Real Self and was bullied by horrible people unknown who posted comments against me that went way over the line. Back to the email: I opened an attachment and it had NOTHING in it. Within a few days my computer contracted the Cryto 3.0 virus and crashed. I found out that it was likely an "exe" attachment. These are widely used to spread this awful ransom ware virus to your computer. Beware of the reviews, don't post there or open any email from them."