Ratings for Dr. Syed Amiry
Throughout my 25 years of experience with different doctors, I have never had such an awful one as with this office and this doctor. The staff is rude and ignorant. I was waiting for my appointment for 1.5 hours. The doctor and the office are not interested in you if you come with a minor problem that does not pay much but requires more time. My skin problem was not treated successfully - Dr. Amiry's skills are not good enough, though the issue was minor and common.
All dermatologists are different. My dermatologist recommended me to go to Dr. Amiry for fillers because I was looking for someone good. He has an incredible technique for the natural look and keeps updated with all fillers. I think he's excellent including his staff. It's been 5 years now and will continue!!
One of the WORST dermatologists/doctors I have ever been to, and NOT very knowledgeable. He cares more about your pocketbook than YOU as the patient, and I went to another dermatologist who told me exactly what was wrong with me, and Dr. Amiry's diagnosis was not only innacurate, it was designed to make go back for a very expensive prodecure. Horrible bedside manners by the way.
IS DR. AMIRY CARING FOR YOU? OR YOUR WALLET? I have had two appointments with Dr. Amiry and I empathize with the other reviews listed here that he is not a medical professional but rather a salesperson. I initially had a very positive visit and found his staff and nurses. My read on Dr. Amiry from my first visit was fine - albeit a bit rushed. The second visit (a week later) was a different story. Medically he appears knowledgeable, however I left the appointment disgusted at how he treated me. First, he seemed defensive when I queried the price of mole removals. Second, it was very clear that he was 'on the clock' during the appointment. If you have multiple questions for Dr. Amiry, then prepare to be: a. rushed b. patronized c. walked out on He even made it a point to say to the nurse, 'Oh, looks like she has TWO questions! Not just ONE!" And before he left the appointment he repeated this insulting narrative, "She's got FOUR questions!" as he headed out the door.
I know its a small thing but I was recommended to Dr. Amiry for a wart on my hand. So embarrasing. I had seen my regular dermatologist several times for this and was basically given the shoulder shrug each time and oh well hope this works...They finally referred me to Dr. Amiry. What a difference ! He and his staff are friendly, kind, patient and not condecending. He treated me right away, made several follow up appointments, always conducts the visit himself and has a very pleasant manner with a patient. I always leave feeling happy. Plus they make their own cookies on-site and serve them with coffee. Am I right ? The wart is finally going away. I dont know about some of the other posters here but if I had another skin issue I would make an appt with Dr. Amiry. My old dermatologist will not likely see me back. And I was never pressured into buying any product or service.
Lets just say, my acne improved when I started going to Dr. Amiry. When I had a consult with the medical assistant, I wanted to start my treatment here! The medical assistant here is the best and she is very helpful! More assistants should act as professionally as she does. Additionally, when I met Dr. Amiry I felt a different kind of connection with him because we both come from a similar culture, and our understanding of eachother was easy to communicate. I liked the ways where he described the different kinds of treatments and was not pushy about it at all! Great assistant with a great doctor! I HIGHLY recommend this office!
The first time I saw Dr. Amiry regarding my age spots, I was sold a $550.00 product line. After doing some research, I returned the product and was sold a $187 product line. Somehow, I also ended up paying a $100 plus $25 on top of $187.00 for the visit. This place is so cut throat about up selling their products that I felt like I just visited some under ground black market dermatologist. When I asked about the $100 fee, the receptionist told me that it can be used towards future skin treatments. I was not informed of the $100 fee plus the $25 " doctors visit" fee. Long story short and twice conned, I supposedly still have that "$100 credit" and have not gone back. The product I purchased was somewhat effective but I can't tell for sure since I did not go back to replenish it. Would not recommend this place to my worst enemy.
Dr. Syed Amiry's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- Kirksville Coll Of Osteo Med, Kirksville Mo 63501 (Grad. 1995)
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Awards & Recognitions
Publications & Research
Insurance accepted by this Doctor
- Coventry Health Care