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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
DermatologistToday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
Experience the most thorough skin exam and great diagnostic skill of Dr. Eberting and her NP, Carolyn Sironen. Best-looking Botox, fillers, chemical peels and laser peels AND laser hair removal.
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"I highly recommend her as a dermatologist to anyone."
"I don't mind her bedside manner (I read some of the reviews."
"Without sounding cliche, she has truly saved my life as we found pre-melanoma."
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John Zolman
4 months 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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Adrian Pearson
10 months ago
After waiting for weeks to get in, the dermatologist with "20+ years of experience" told me zip. I could deal with her weird/rude demeanor. However, I left with no product, no treatment, and feeling defeated. I'm in my thirties w/ skin discoloration, unevenness, freckling and beginning wrinkles. Her advice? A bunch a expensive botox on my eyes? That doesn't seem like the best solution for one of my problem areas and certainly doesn't treat the rest. My daughter, a teen riddled with acne, has had years of issues. After months of treatment, saw zero improvement. We sought a second opinion. Find out she is allergic to the chemicals the dermatologist said "just stick with it" and were exacerbating her issues. What crap! Additionally, their billing dep. is unresponsive and unorganized. I wouldn't have them treat a rash on my dog's
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Response from the owner - a month ago
This is not a patient of Alpine Dermatology.
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Marsha Eliason
a year ago
Dr. Eberting is extremely thorough with a full body skin exam and takes the time to really discuss with you any procedures she is doing or recommends. She is easy to talk with and helps you feel very comfortable in her office. Dr. Eberting has called me personally to discuss biopsy results, which made me feel like she takes a personal interest in my skin health. I highly recommend her as a dermatologist to anyone.
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Jen Boss
7 months ago
Dr. Eberting is extremely thorough. The only thing I dislike is the wait time at her office. I don't think any of my wait times have been under 45 minutes...BUT I tend to say she's worth the wait because of how thorough she is and her expertise. She caught a melanoma on me and I have been fine since.
Response from the owner - 3 years ago
As the manager of this practice, I am very concerned to hear of a patient who is unhappy about waiting too long. It would be really nice if this person were considerate enough to voice her concerns to us rather that placing innaccurate information online. I can honestly say that there has never been an occasion of any patient having to wait two hours in our office ever. This is a grave exaggeration. Also, if you do have a long wait, it is important to understand that it is not because the doctor is being inconsiderate of your time, but rather it is because she is taking care of an unforseen (and impossible to plan for) problem that someone else has. The most wonderful thing is, that if it is YOU who comes in with a melanoma that is found on your first appointment, you will not be told that you have to wait and reschedule. It will be removed before you walk out the door...and this is good medicine. It is impossible to plan for what every patient MIGHT have and so we intentionally schedule relatively long appointments. In general, you will have two to three times more time with the doctor in our office than you will at the average dermatologist's office nationwide...and this is based on actual fact. You will get very good and thorough care. We hope that our patients will appreciate that when they do have to wait, it is because of an unforseen problem that someone else has and that they could be the next one with the problem and they will get the same benefit and care if that is the case.
Paul Ewing
5 months ago
My 9 year old son dropped a bowling ball on MLK day at the bowling alley and it bounced up and smacked him creating a 15mm gash under his chin. Although they were booked out 2 weeks, Dr. Cheryl Lee squeezed me into her PA's lunch. Carolyn zipped him onto the bed, had him numbed, stitched and bandaged up in less than 20 min. All while cheerfully answering my questions and allowing me to video the procedure on my phone. She was so pleasant and gentle, it was a complete non-event for my son, which was a relief considering the amount of blood he saw and shocked looks on his sister's face after seeing the wound. This was the best experience I have ever had at a doctor's office.
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Marren Haneberg
a month ago
Dr. Eberting is thorough and observant. She communicates the problem and treatment clearly.
Response from the owner - a month ago
Thank you Marren! We sure love warm fuzzies from our patients! :) Dr. Eberting
Laura Stringham
a year ago
I have found that Dr. Eberting is an incredibly knowledgable and competent physician. I have read the reviews that complain about the bedside manner and I would encourage people to look past that and listen to her. She knows that she's doing. If you want to see her specifically, you have to ask for an appointment with the Dr. and be prepared to wait. She has treated my young daughter's eczema for several years now and is the first (and only) dermatologist I've found that can keep it under control. Her new line of True Lipids was created by her specifically to treat the problem at the source and avoid long term prescription use. If you do your research, you will see that she is at the cutting edge of her field. I have seen her personally for my adult skin issues and have been pleased with what she recommended and how I was treated. Her staff (and especially nurse practitioner) and very helpful, knowledgeable and easy to work with. I recommend Dr. Eberting (over more well known specialists) to everyone I know.
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sylvia jess
a year ago
I went to Alpine Dermatology last month to follow up on a problem. The recommended treatment was working excellently and I took the oppurtunity to review options on some elective procedures I am interested in. I appreciate the staff that is knowledable, accomodating, and professional. I would not go anywhere else for my family's dermatology needs.


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