Medical Dermatology

Doctor looks at a patient's skin for a medical dermatology consultation

Our board-certified dermatologists and medical providers offer a broad range of general dermatology services.

Our team of medical providers is trained in detecting, diagnosing and treating dermatologic disorders of the skin, hair and nails.

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Common Conditions & Treatments


Acne is characterized by inflammation of the skin glands and hair follicles. It occurs in the form of blackheads, whiteheads, pimples and lumps, sometimes called nodules.

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Alopecia areata is a disorder that causes round bald spots on the scalp or other areas of the body. The immune system attacks the hair follicles, causing the follicles to shrink.

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Dermatitis and Rashes

Dermatitis is inflammation of the skin. It is often caused by an allergic reaction to an irritant or chemical.

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Eczema is a condition that causes dry, red, itchy patches of skin. It can easily be mistaken for dry skin, but it's more than that.

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Melasma is a condition that causes flat, dark patches and spots on the skin, typically on the face. The spots can appear as freckles or blotches.

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Nail Disorders

Nail disorders that benefit from treatment by a dermatologist include nail fungus, nail psoriasis, brittle splitting nails and nail melanoma.

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Psoriasis is a condition that causes the body to make new skin cells in days rather than weeks, resulting in thick, scaly, white patches on the skin.

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Rosacea is a skin condition that causes flushing, sensitivity, acne-like breakouts and visible blood vessels on the face, especially on the nose and cheeks.

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Tinea Veriscolor

Tinea versicolor is a condition caused by an overgrowth of a yeast on the skin's surface that results in skin patches of another color.

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Warts are skin growths caused by a virus, human papillomavirus or HPV, that infects the top layer of the skin.

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Hand moves a dermalogical slide under a microscope


We are proud to offer dermatopathology services in-house. Our highly trained physicians diagnose conditions by studying them under a microscope. This approach may save time and help patients start treatment faster.

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Please see the current list of insurance plans we accept below. If you do not see your plan, please contact your insurance company to confirm coverage.

  • Aetna: HMO, PPO, Comm
  • American Postal Workers Union
  • Ascension Smart Health
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS): HMO, PPO, Comm
  • Cigna: HMO, PPO, Comm
  • Cigna HealthSpring
  • Devoted Health
  • Humana: HMO, PPO, Comm
  • Medicare
  • Multiplan
  • Railroad Medicare
  • UnitedHealthcare (UHC): PPO, HMO, Comm, AARP
  • Veterans Affairs Community Care Network (VA CCN): Managed by UHC
  • Viva: HMO, PPO, Comm

That depends on your insurance plan. If your insurance plan requires a referral from your primary care physician, you will need a referral to schedule an appointment. To determine if you require a referral, or what services are covered by your plan, call your insurance company.

Please remember to complete your patient forms prior to your visit. Bring your photo ID, all insurance cards and a list of any medications you take. Create an account in our secure patient portal. Here you can update your contact and insurance information, send and review messages with providers, check your balance and see upcoming appointments.

Plan to arrive at least 20-30 minutes early if you haven’t completed your paperwork.

During your visit, our providers will review your medical history, then conduct a thorough skin examination in order to make a diagnosis. Once a diagnosis is made, you’ll receive a detailed treatment plan. We encourage you to ask questions and share any concerns you have.”

Your insurance plan dictates deductibles, copays, coinsurance, networks, etc. If you have questions or concerns, discuss them with your insurance company or your employer’s benefits coordinator. Plan to pay your copay or any payment required by your insurance at the time of your visit. If you leave a credit card on file when you check in, it will make checking out in the future a breeze.