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Dermatology & Skin Cancer Surgery Center

5.0(72)
4222 Trinity Mills Rd Dallas, TX 752873.1 mi

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Trinity Dermatology, Carrollton

4340 N Josey Ln Carrollton, TX 750103.6 mi

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Skin Specialists Of Addison

3.8(75)
5304 Belt Line Rd Dallas, TX 752544.6 mi

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Rubin & Reddick Dermatology

12740 Hillcrest Rd Dallas, TX 752307.3 mi

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Innovative Dermatology

4.5(54)
5425 W Spring Creek Pkwy Plano, TX 750247.6 mi

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Center For Dermatology, Plano

5030 Tennyson Pkwy Plano, TX 750248.0 mi

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North Texas Dermatology Plano

5805 Coit Rd Plano, TX 750938.7 mi

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Hmmm...where do I start? 1. I’m taken back to the room and ridiculed for not having them give me a flu shot (sorry but not injecting poison for a 3% success rate) 2. Dr. Rachel Quinby-Graves and her assistant making fun of me for telling her that I was putting tea tree oil on the spot I was concerned about...it’s only worked for thousands of years but yaaaaa SCIENCE (eye roll) 3. HORRIBLE BEDSIDE MANNER!!! Rude is an understatement. 4. I have her remove a small mole above my eyebrow. When I take the bandage off the very next day, THE MOLE IS STILL THERE!!!!!!! I’m hit with a bill for hundreds of dollars for something that is still very much there. Hmmm...curious who’s mole she sent to get biopsied? 5. I call billing...explain I’m not paying for the mole removal or biopsy, but happy to pay for the visit. The lady is very kind and says she needs to speak with the office about how they want to proceed. They call me back WEEKS later and basically tell me to F off and that the bill needs to be paid in full. So ya...maybe go to ANY other doctor and practice. I posted a pic that I just took where my mole is very much there. I am reporting the practice and the doctor. I hope it was worth it for them.

Dallas Center For Dermatology And Aesthetics

4.8(87)
8201 Preston Rd Dallas, TX 752259.2 mi

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North Dallas Dermatology Associates

4.6(108)
8144 Walnut Hill Ln Dallas, TX 752319.7 mi

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U.S. Dermatology Partners, Dallas Presbyterian

8210 Walnut Hill Lane Professional Building 1 Dallas, TX 752319.9 mi

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Center For Dermatology, Grapevine

1042 Texan Trail Grapevine, TX 7605110.4 mi

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Center For Dermatology, Flower Mound

4001 Long Prairie Rd Flower Mound, TX 7502811.4 mi

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Pediatric Dermatology Of North Texas, Fred Ghali, MD

4.8(5)
5899 Preston Rd Frisco, TX 7503411.5 mi

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North Texas Dermatology, Richardson

3600 Shire Blvd Richardson, TX 7508212.0 mi

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U.S. Dermatology Partners, Dallas Uptown

3607 Oak Lawn Ave Dallas, TX 7521912.3 mi

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Lakewood Dermatology, Dr. Patrick McDonough

4.61(62)
6162 E Mockingbird Ln Dallas, TX 7521412.3 mi

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U.S. Dermatology Partners, Grapevine

2321 Ira E Woods Ave Grapevine, TX 7605112.9 mi

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Dermatology Center Of Mckinney

3.8(15)
5801 Virginia Pkwy McKinney, TX 7507119.2 mi

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Center For Dermatology, McKinney

4701 Medical Center Dr McKinney, TX 7506919.5 mi

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U.S. Dermatology Partners, Keller

9808 N Beach St Fort Worth, TX 7624423.5 mi

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Dermatology Guide

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    Treatment & Services

    Dermatologists treat disorders of the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes. There are many reasons hy someone will seek care from a dermatologist, such as a skin tag, troublesome mole, or a chronic rash hat just won’t go away. Dermatologists can also diagnose and treat conditions like eczema, rosacea, acne, nd psoriasis. Additionally, they can check patients for skin cancer by performing biopsies on uestionable patches of skin.

    However, some patients go to the dermatologist purely for aesthetic reasons. Dermatologists can provide cosmetic services like dermal fillers, Botox, chemical peels, and laser surgery to remove wrinkles, scars, and unwanted hair. They can also perform certain kinds of facelifts and blepharoplasty to eliminate sagging eyelids.

    Dermatologists often provide new patients with a full skin examination to check for problems and get an idea of the patient’s condition. During this exam, they’ll look for issues and then decide what the next course of action should be.

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    Insurance & Cost

    A dermatologist is a specialist doctor, meaning they provide a specific sort of care. If you have insurance, you’ll probably need to pay a specialist co-pay when you visit a dermatologist. Usually, this co-pay ranges from $10 to $60. In some cases, you may even need a referral from your primary care doctor or insurance can refuse to pay for your services.

    If the dermatologist performs any additional testing at your exam, this isn’t covered by the co-pay and will be billed separately to your insurance. Your insurance may have negotiated fees they’ll charge you, but otherwise, except to be handed 10% to 20% of the bill, depending on your co-pay.

    If you don’t have insurance, a standard dermatologist visit can cost $100 to $200. You’ll also need to pay for any prescriptions or procedures, although some dermatologists have a sliding fee scale to help.

    References:
    www.careerexplorer.com
    www.firstderm.com

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    Appointments

    In many areas, dermatologists are in high demand because of all the age-reversing cosmetic services they provide. Therefore, it can be tricky to book an appointment on your own. In fact, you’ll probably have to make an appointment a couple of months in advance. To counteract this long wait time, use Solv. Solv helps you book same-day appointments with the top dermatologists in your area, all through an easy-to-use online system.

    When you go to the appointment, it shouldn’t take up too much of your day. A standard skin exam usually takes 20 to 30 minutes, and even if you need additional testing, your appointment shouldn’t exceed an hour. Unless you have a skin condition that requires follow-up, many dermatologists recommend patients return for a check every one to two years.

    Typically, dermatologists have standard business hours, though many have started staying open later or on the weekends to accommodate the demand for their services.