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Alpine Dermatology: Eberting Cheryl Lee D. MD
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144 S Main St Alpine, UT 84004
144 South Main StreetUSUtahAlpine84004
Dermatologist, DoctorToday 9AM–5PM
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"Again BEWARE- always get a second opinion on an important diagnosis."
"Before doing blue light therapy, my skin was so horrible."
"Remember, FDA Registered is not the same as FDA approved."
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Andrew Branch
a month ago
I have a rare form of psoriasis. Cheryl Eberting had no idea what it was and became convinced it was allergies. When I came for a second visit I waited for over an hour and a half from my scheduled time. I could hear her in the room next door shooting the breeze with a patient/friend. An apologetic assistant kept coming in and assuring me she would be here soon. When she finally came and I explained to her that I felt that I was suffering from PPP she became extremely annoyed and reiterated that it was allergies and there was nothing she could do. That I needed to go to an allergist. I've been being treated by Byron Edwards for PPP, which is what I have, with good results. But I can't recommend Eberting and Alpine Dermatology as they wasted my time and were not knowledgeable. Per their comment below, yes, I did have the incorrect name initially. I had mixed up Cheryl with a visiting tech or something, by mistake. I have since corrected it. But it was definitely Cheryl Eberting who I met with twice, and the experience I illustrated above happened at her office. I wish it didn't and I wish I could give her a better review.
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Response from the owner - 6 months ago
Per our records, this person was not in our office in 2016, 2015, or 2014. He originally put the name of a different doctor on this review and when we tried to reach him, he hung up on us and then changed the name of the doctor on the review.
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Michelle Haneberg
4 months ago
Dr. Eberting is a fantastic Dr.; she really knows her stuff--particularly if you have eczema. She has changed my daughter's life with her True Lipids cream and ointment, and her advice on controlling and preventing flares in the first place. After being a tester, my daughter spent two years asking me when her aunt's lotion would come out--it's the only thing that has ever given her a functional skin barrier. We have also received very good care in her office. Last time we were in Utah, even I was surprised at what people were telling me about how much she had helped them. If you are on the fence about being seen by her, I suggest you make an appt. to see her office for yourself, rather than taking the word of a person who apparently has never been in the office and has very creepily tried to track me down. And for the record, yes, we actually do travel all the way from Washington to Utah to be seen by Dr. Eberting--and we pay the same as anyone else. It's worth it.
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KW Boyce
5 months ago
BEWARE Again- I posted the review from "Google User" concerning my Granddaughter and the incorrect and very serious diagnosis that was given by Dr. Eberting. Everything I said was factual. A matter of fact, Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City proved Dr. Eberting wrong. Dr. Eberting wrote a rebuttal to my email stating how great she is. This Dr. is very arrogant and has a massive EGO. She even had her sister write a review giving her 5 Stars right after I posted my factual review that she did not like. Yes- you heard it correctly; her sister Michelle "Eberting" Haneberg wrote the glowing review -her sister lives in Everett, Washington so she must fly to Utah every time someone in her family has a skin problem. Hum - I wonder how many other reviews are from her family. Always get a second opinion ESPECIALLY when a Dr. like this is arrogant and has a massive EGO. As for her line of specialty creams, it makes you wonder how effective they are. I would doubt the creams are FDA approved and I doubt the creams have had double blind clinical studies done on them to see how effective they actually are. Remember, FDA Registered is not the same as FDA approved. I think the FDA might want to look at some of the claims she is making- I know what happens next, Dr. Eberting will write a rebuttal telling you how great she is and how many people love her. Then she will have a relative write her a "bogus" glowing 5 Star review. She will also say that we are not patients at her office - well, she would now be correct since her diagnosis was so incorrect we would never go back to her and we would never recommend her to anyone. Again BEWARE- always get a second opinion on an important diagnosis. I have nothing against the Dr. as I am sure she has helped some patients. Dr. Eberting, stick to the facts and don't be so arrogant with your patients- try to be somewhat humble and more caring towards others. (3.02.16)
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A Google User
6 months ago
BEWARE of this Self Promoting Dermatologist- Dr. Cheryl Lee Eberting in Alpine - she gave an incorrect and psychologically damaging diagnosis. She is also a self promoter of her not so special line of Eczema Creams (probably created by mixing several over the counter ingredients together). My young granddaughter was brought in to see Dr. Eberting for her bad Eczema on many parts of her body. The Dr. told the child's Mother that her cream would cure the condition - I doubt it. But what came next was the most shocking part of the visit. The Dr. proceeded to tell the mother that her daughter had a extremely serious skin condition and that her daughter would have serious problems throughout her life and would probably never have children. The Mother of this child left in tears at the frightening diagnosis which made her sick with fear. I was told of the diagnosis and I said that sounds ridiculous that a Dr. could look at a young child and tell you what was going to happen to them in 18 years. Simply ridiculous. An appointment was made with Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City to talk with a Specialist in this field. Guess what, the specialist said, the diagnosis from Dr. Eberting was 100% INCORRECT. Why do these Dr.'s act like know-it-alls, when they don't really know. Always and I mean always - get a second opinion from a Specialist Doctor preferably in Salt Lake City. I would NOT recommend this doctor to anyone. STAY AWAY.
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Response from the owner - 6 months ago
If you would like to know what kind of Dr. I am, and what my practice is like, please read the reviews from people who are actually patients in my office and who are not afraid to use their real names. Or, make an appointment to come in and take a tour and meet me and our staff. If you speak with someone who has actually been seen in our office, you will find out that my patients know they are my number one priority. The reason people come from other states, and even fly in from overseas to come to my office, is because they know they will receive life-changing, compassionate care
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Shallan Boyce DHS
3 months ago
I feel sick to my stomach when I think about how Dr. Eberting treated me and my 4 year old daughter a few months ago. We were referred by a friend who said she did a good job of helping with eczema in children. When she first came in to the room see us, she seemed rushed and wouldn’t let me finish my sentences before cutting me off to talk. She was wearing a mask and when my daughter coughed once she made a disgusted face and pulled her mask up tight. It was lunch time and my kids were starving from waiting a long time in the waiting room, so I was feeding them gold fish crackers and fruit snacks, and she made a rude comment about how that was horrible of me to feed my kids that, and with my daughter eating bad foods like that, she wasn’t surprised she had eczema. It was all about her condescending attitude though that made her comments so rude. My 4 year old daughter had a small amount of eczema on her hand, which she inspected for a total of 2 seconds and then went on and on about how her own cream which she invented would cure it. She didn’t even go over any other options, just that her cream (which is pricey) would be the only thing for it. My daughter also had some redness and itching which wouldn’t go away down in her private areas. The doctor looked at it for less than 5 seconds, and gave a diagnosis of “Lichen Sclerosis”. She then went into very gruesome and specific details about what this would mean for my daughter’s life: endless pain, scarring, permanent tissues dissolving down there, and most likely CANCER from all the inflammation and scarring. While she was saying this, my mouth was dropped; I was shaking my head, wanting her to stop, and tears in my eyes. It was like she could care less about how hurtful she was being. I asked if she was sure that was the diagnosis, if there was any chance it was something else, and she said she was sure. She didn’t have any solution for us to try as she said there’s nothing that can help, only to try out her product on it and see if it helps and then let her know (so she can then use it for marketing purposes I’m sure!) I spent a week sick to my stomach, praying and crying over my child’s ruined future, and then finally our family convinced me to take my daughter to Primary Children’s for a second opinion. This time I saw the Specialist Doctor and Nurse Practitioner, who were both female and extremely nice, heart felt, caring doctors. They both examined her, gave me plenty of time to talk about our fears and symptoms, and knew right away that it was NOT Lichen Sclerosis but just a simple dermatitis that would go away with a steroid use and using fragrance free soaps/detergents. It was a night and day difference in the level of professionalism and patient care between Dr. Eberting and these Specialists. If you want a brutal, incorrect diagnosing doctor who only is trying to sell her own products, then go try her out. She may know quite a bit about some skin conditions, but she was extremely rude and did not show any care or concern for us, only for her products, her own health, and her precious time we were wasting. I would definitely recommend you find another dermatologist!
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Bradley Gilbert
a month ago
I want everyone to know that Dr. Cheryl is a very good doctor. She is very knowledgeable, caring and through. Yes, she has her own product. I am not one who enjoys being told that her products work so well. I hate to say it, but I was given a sample of one of her products Boo-Boo & Bum Balm, after she had removed lots of per-cancer spots. The cream was very good and kept the spots from scaring. I know that there are waits, but that's because she will take care of your skin cancer problems right now, she does not tell you to get another appointment and come back in 3 weeks. If you have a problem getting an appointment its because she is very good doctor. And about her talking in the other room instead of coming to see you, in my case she is talking to me and trying to keep my mind off the fact that she is burning half my body to get rid of my bad skin spots.
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Wil Kapinsky
3 months ago
Dr. Eberting is thorough, personable, has great knowledge and insight. As a provider she connects with her patients which is rare, that is why I have several happy family members, all of whom I have referred to her. Thumbs up to this gem in our community.
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John Zolman
a year ago
I have very severe Eczema, so severe in fact that one doctor told me that people with my condition have been known to jump out of buildings. I have bounced from dermatologist to dermatologist over the last 5 years, with each doctor recommending that I should take intense medication- the same stuff people take after an organ transplant. These immunosuppressants have a TON of side effects- some of which include cancer. I wanted to find a dermatologist that would help my specific condition without these intense chemicals, and Dr. Eberting is the one who did it. She's concise, funny, intense, and thorough. I've been seeing her since October 2014 and my eczema hasn't been this good in at least 5 years. If you're on the fence about making an appointment- seriously her advice is worth the copay and then some.
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