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Dr. Dhir and staff were great. We appreciate everyone for their help and kindness we were shown.
Thank you for taking good care of me. Mohs surgery is difficult. You all made it easier.
A very relaxed and comfortable procedure. I was treated in a very kindly and gentle manner which made the whole process very comfortable. I am having a speedy recovery showing good care and a successful procedure.
Thank you for all your help. I also wanted to compliment you on your kindness and great attention to detail. You always make time to talk and made me feel at ease through a tense procedure. I have been to many doctors in my life and would rate you as the best I have ever known. Your attentiveness, compassion, and ability are without any possible reproach. I can actually say I looked forward to my doctor visits rather than avoided them. I wish you continued success. Thank you truly.
We are grateful for your gifted surgical skills and thankful for your wonderful compassion.
Special thanks for performing surgery on my face recently . I appreciate all the discipline, experience, and education you have invested over the years in order to become an excellent surgeon. You are really serving the public well and saving lives as you go. Congratulations to you and your fine firm.
Thank you for the surgery on my right eye area + the kind + wonderful way you and your staff treated me. I was upset for being late and you all made me so relaxed and welcome. My sincere thanks.
In my observation, it is clear very little goes on in your office without distinct deliberation. It seems you have an exact process for everything – from the knock on the door while a patient is waiting to the language on the handout being exact, engaging, and grammatically correct. You are not only an outstanding surgeon, but an outstanding businessman/ manager/etc. It shows in your office and in your people.
Three days have passed since your removal of the cancer from my face. The pain from the surgery has been light and tolerable. There has been no need for pills to relieve this pain. There are no signs of bleeding or of swelling. You mentioned the danger to a nerve which controls the mouth, had the cancer not been removed. The body is wonderfully made! It has never occurred to me that there is a mechanism which enables us to open our mouths.
We both want to thank you and your "cohorts"-not only for the surgery well done-but the sensitivity and thoughtfulness you provided. Thank you.