Best Irving Dermatologists



210 doctors found for 'Dermatologist in Irving, Texas and surrounding areas.

1
Kimberly Berebitsky
Dermatologist
Irving, Texas 75062
214-688-0255
2.4
 mi.
2
Mary Kay
Dermatologist
Addison, Texas 75001
800-627-9529
8.5
 mi.
3
Katie Rose
Dermatologist
Dallas, Texas 75230
972-566-4537
8.6
 mi.
4
Kym Jares
Dermatologist
Dallas, Texas 75230
972-566-4537
8.6
 mi.
5
Forrest Brown
Dermatologist
Dallas, Texas 75230
972-566-4537
8.6
 mi.
6
Allison Singer
Dermatologist
Dallas, Texas 75225
214-631-7546
8.7
 mi.
7
Peter Malouf
Dermatologist
Dallas, Texas 75225
(214) 373-3376
8.7
 mi.
8
Peter Malouf
Dermatologist
Dallas, Texas 75225
(214) 373-3376
8.7
 mi.
9
Janice Davolio
Dermatologist
Dallas, Texas 75240
469-893-2200
9.8
 mi.
10
Michael McGuiness
Dermatologist
Plano, Texas 75093
972-608-0330
13.0
 mi.
1- 10 of 210 Dermatologist in Irving, Texas





Dermatology Information:

Dermatology is the study of skin and its diseases. A dermatologist helps with the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases, and sometimes helps with cosmetic problems involving the skin, scalp, hair and hails.

Common skin conditions include rashes, eczema, psoriasis, while severe conditions include cancers such as melanoma or basal cell cancer. sub-specialties include cosmetic dermatology, dermatopathology, immunodermatology, Mohs surgery, pediatric dermatology, and teledermatology.

Dermatologist Frequently Asked Questions


What Conditions does a Dermatologist Treat?

A dermatologist may treat a wide range of conditions including acne, psoriasis, rosacea, skin cancer, wrinkles, sun spots, warts, rashes, pigmentation problems, bacterial or fungal infections of the skin and nails, spider and varicose veins, sun damage, and more. Whether you have a condition that is aggravating or inflaming your skin, a skin condition caused by an allergy, acne, or other serious conditions like cancer, you should seek a good dermatologist near you.

What Procedures do Dermatologists Perform?

Depending on the diagnosis, a dermatologist may perform a shave biopsy, punch biopsy, blister grafting, grenz rays, UVB phototherapy, PUVA phototherapy, electrodesiccation and curettage, intralesional injections, cryosurgery (cryotherapy), acne surgery, chemical peels, eyelid surgery, dermabrasion, laser hair removal, tattoo removal, lip augmentation, neck liposuction, hair removal, hair transplantation, tumescent liposuction, topical therapies, blepharoplasty, botulinum toxin (Botox) injections, sclerotherapy, Mohs' micrographic surgery, skin cancer surgery, and minimally-invasive facelift surgery (S-lift).

When Should I See a Dermatologist?

It is recommended that you see a dermatologist in the following scenarios. If you notice a change in the size, shape, or color of any moles on your body. If a cut seems like it should've healed but has yet to improve, it could be an indication of something more serious. If you're not seeing any improvement with a rash or psoriasis after using over-the-counter (OTC) medications. If your acne has become worse or has begun scarring and changing the texture of your skin. If you have acne, atopic dermatitis, rosacea, pemphigus, porphyria, cutaneous lupus, or skin cancer you should consult with a dermatologist.

What Should I Consider When Choosing a Dermatologist?

When selecting a local dermatologist, here are a few questions to ask:

  • Does your office accept my insurance?
  • Are you Board Certified?
  • Do you use electronic medical records?
  • If I notice a problem, how quickly can I get an appointment?
  • Do you offer evening or weekend hours?
  • Will I be seeing you or an assistant when I visit?
  • Does the doctor specialize in any specific area?
  • How many times have you performed this specific procedure?
  • Do you have patient references available?
  • How often should I be evaluated for skin cancer?
  • What can I do to improve the appearance of my skin?

Finding a Dermatologist

Start your search right here on ThirdAge.com. Find local dermatologists near you, read reviews from other users, view ratings, or compare other important information. You can also ask friends, colleagues, or other people you know for a recommendation. You may also call your state's board to see if the dermatologist is certified or has any complaints against them.