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5 out of 5 stars CoolSculpting
I did tons of research online. I'm a bit neurotic about my health...so I was armed with lots of info and I research. I also researched zeltiq website for all the doctors from Miami to Orlando before setting an appointment with Dr. H. I immediately felt comfortable with him and all his staff. They are superb. He explained everything to me (although, everything he said, I had already researched. but, I like that he took the time to take me by the hand. Then, there's Gwen, she is beyond awesome....she goes out of her way to make you feel comfortable, and reassures you and she really knows her stuff. She read my mind about exactly what i wanted...and, she was so helpful and awesome energy. Leslie, the office manager, did a great job of explaining everything to me again, and she even showed me great before and after pictures of great results. They are the best! Really...they surpassed my expectations...
5 out of 5 stars Voluma
I began seeing Dr. Hacker in 2014. I have found him to be an extremely knowledgeable, caring, and pleasant physician. He's completely up-to-date on the latest cosmetic dermatological techniques, but he's also conservative in his approach to the field. If he doesn't believe that a cosmetic procedure is warranted, he will flatly tell you so. I'm very impressed by both his and his staff's...
5 out of 5 stars Mole Removal
Dr Hacker is a real doctor, very informative and direct with his plan. I wouldn't want to go to any other dermatologist.
5 out of 5 stars CoolSculpting
The doctor and staff were absolutly wonderful and made sure that I was comfortable by answering all my questions before the procedure.
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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: University of Florida, 1985
Medical: MD, University of Florida, 1989
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Internal Medicine, University of Michigan, 1991
Residency: Dermatology, University of Florida, 1994
Treatments offered at Steven M Hacker, MD PA- Advanced Dermatologic Care & Cancer Ctr
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