Ratings for Dr. David M. Bracciano
I have been seeing Dr. Bracciano for years. I have sever skin cancer and he is absolutely wonderful, caring and has helped me more than any other dermatologist I have been to without being harsh or rude as I continue to enjoy the sun even with my problems. He is very patient and the staff is outstanding.
I was a patient for approximately 4 years. During this time, I noticed the professionalism of the office staff deteriorate. They actually lied to me on numerous occasions, about lab results, & mailings. They have been condescending, and even deceitful about claiming to make phone calls. They would require payment in advance before services were rendered. They do offer a blaring FOX news while you wait. The sad thing is the Doctor is clueless. I'll never return. MAK
David did a lip biopsy of my upper lip. follow up apt he bragged and boasted about "how well he did" "look how good he was" all while lookin at my bottom lip. totally clueless. I had another apt 4 months later, didn't even bother. there are plenty of other Dermatologists out there with at least a half of a brain. I highly do not recommend him.
I went to Dr Bracciano at a friends recommendation I work outside alot and have had some skin cancers removed in the past by a dermatologist up in michigan. Dr B did the most thorough skin exam and removed a skin cancer on my face. today one of my golfing buddies told me he cant even see a scar. thank you Dr B
I had a changing mole-looking area on my back. The doctor initially indicated that it was probably something that was no big deal. (I don't recall his exact medical terminology.) I pushed for a biopsy he finally did one but told me that he felt it was nothing to be concerned about. The biopsy came back as basal cell carcinoma. He reacted to this finding with surprise. The doctor also documented in my chart that he had done a full body exam, which he did not. He looked at my face, arms and back. The office charged me for an office visit in addition to my surgical and pathology charges on the day of my surgery but eventually refunded my payment when after realizing their error. Julie, his wife works there too. I found her rude and combative when approached with a controversy.
Dr. David M. Bracciano's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- Michigan State University College Of Osteopathic Medicine (Grad. 1987)
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Insurance accepted by this Doctor
- BCBS Illinois