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FAQ

[spoiler title=”What kind of training do dermatologists go through?”] As medical specialists, dermatologists go through an extensive training program that involves four years of internship and residency after receiving their medical degree. Dermatologists receive advanced education and training in treatment of skin, nails, and hair, which allows them to effectively treat many skin-related conditions. Dermatologists only receive their board certification after completing their training and passing a challenging multi-day exam. [/spoiler]

[spoiler title=”What should I expect during my first visit?”] After examining your records and information that has been supplied to us, we will conduct a thorough skin examination, followed by making a diagnosis and discussing your detailed treatment plan. We encourage you to ask questions, and we will be glad to address any concerns you may have.[/spoiler]

[spoiler title=”What can I do to improve the look of my skin?”] The most effective treatment for skin, much like anything else, is prevention. It is important to have a balanced, nutritious diet; to get plenty of exercise; and most importantly, to avoid overexposure to the sun. Sun exposure is responsible for the majority of medical and cosmetic skin conditions, so always be sure to protect yourself by using large-brimmed hats and good coverage sunscreens when in sunlight. Whether you are looking to maintain the look and health of your skin, prevent skin cancer, or remove some brown spots or blemishes, please ask one of our highly-trained staff members who can assist you in finding a product to meet your skin care needs.[/spoiler]

[spoiler title=”What conditions can dermatology treat?”] Dermatology can treat a wide range of conditions affecting the skin, hair and nails, including, but not limited to, acne, psoriasis, rosacea, skin cancer, wrinkles, sun spots, pigmentation problems, warts, rashes, bacterial or fungal skin and nail infections, spider and varicose veins, and sun damage. If you have a skin-related problem, a dermatologist is the best choice for lasting, effective treatment.[/spoiler]

[spoiler title=”How much does dermatologic treatment cost?”] As with any medical treatment, costs vary, depending upon the scale and severity of the condition, as well as the treatment method. However, many medical dermatology treatments may be covered under insurance plans, and we will help ensure you receive maximum benefits. For treatments not covered, we also offer a range of convenient payment options. We will work hard to make sure that your skin treatments are affordable![/spoiler]

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