EVANSTON, Ill., Dec. 11 HairRemovalForum.com, a leading provider of hair removal information and consultation scheduling on the web, has developed several new features to make it easier for guests to locate and learn about consumer-rated laser clinics in their area.
In recent weeks, Hair Removal Forum's "Doctor Finder" function has been redesigned and improved, allowing guests to research service providers in a number of unique ways. On the main doc finder page itself, HRF customers can now use an interactive map to search for laser hair removal providers by zip code, by state, or by city. Customers can also sort their search results alphabetically, by distance, or by the clinic's unique consumer-rating score. Clinic ratings are generated by actual patient reviews, and can potentially help guests assess a clinic's quality and reliability before they choose a provider.
Once an HRF customer has selected one or more laser clinics in their desired region, they can read specific information about those locations on HRF's in-depth service provider profile pages. On each laser clinic's profile page, as well as on the state and city pages, contact information is clearly listed to help HRF customers get their questions answered, and to enable convenient scheduling of hair removal consultations and appointments. Guests can choose to call, email, or chat online with a Hair Removal Forum representative at their convenience and necessity.
The new Hair Removal Forum "Locate a Laser Clinic" feature can be found at the following URL: http://www.hairremovalforum.com/docfinder.htm
Hair Removal Forum is part of the Signature Forum network of cosmetic consumer advocate websites, helping guests research procedures and schedule appointments with leading service providers nationwide. There are currently over 350 laser hair removal clinics in Hair Removal Forum's national network.
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