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Dr. David Quon, MD

Dr. David Quon, MD

213-680-0456

Category: Eye Doctor

808 N Hill St Los Angeles, CA 90012

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If I can give him zero rating, I will. He is a liar. I went his Alhambra office for IPL laser treatment because my previous doctor's IPL machine is broken. (My first visit to his office) I have been getting IPL since 2009, liked the results so I keep my monthly IPL maintenance.
When I got to his room and found the machine is so outdated (maybe more than 10 years ago technology) and asked him if his is sure this is what he so called IPL treatment? His answer is "of course, my machine is newest one". Then, he gave me five minutes treatment (with no numbing cream not air cooling) with a big piece of hand piece touched 10 time on your face. Then it is done. For the people who has IPL before knows how IPL works and how long it takes for one treatment. Five minutes?
By the way, he is an ophthalmologist; he claimed that he is a plastic surgeon on the Chinese Yellow-Page (Los Angeles).
I have submitted a claim for this service for unprofessional conduct through Medical Board of California. I want to speak out for all his potential Chinese victims. (Chinese usually do not where and how to submit a compliant) I called him let me know I want to get my money back and it is pretty awful of lying to his customers. He got pissed off and hung up on me. So please, please do go him for his so called skin care laser treatment.

06/24/2013 BY jino Lok

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