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General Dermatology

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General Dermatology

Find effective dermatology solutions at the Center for Surgical Dermatology.

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What is General Dermatology?

General dermatology is a specific brand of medicine that focuses on diagnosing and treating a wide range of common and complex skin, hair, and nail conditions. In some cases, general dermatologists also treat conditions affecting the mucous membranes, which line areas of the nose, mouth, and eyes.

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General Dermatology FAQs

Are you interested in learning more about general dermatology? Read through our helpful FAQs section to get a better understanding of how we treat a wide range of skin concerns and conditions with general dermatology solutions in Westerville, Ohio.

Dermatologists specialize in evaluating, diagnosing, managing, and treating skin, hair, and nail conditions and diseases for individuals of all ages. On average, a highly-trained and experienced dermatologist can identify over 3,000 skin conditions and diseases. These include acne, rosacea, psoriasis, eczema, and skin cancers, among many others.

Furthermore, our experienced dermatologists are also skilled at helping patients address cosmetic concerns by turning the clock back on wrinkles, reducing the appearance of scars and discoloration through effective cosmetic treatments.

Yes, a dermatologist is a certified and licensed physician. Generally, an individual has to undergo 12 years of schooling and training to become a dermatologist. This includes four years attaining a Bachelor’s degree, four years of medical school, one year doing an internship, and a minimum of three years in residency.

If at any point you have a significant problem with your skin, hair, or nails, it is best to visit a board-certified dermatologist for a professional evaluation and diagnosis.

In most cases, you can benefit from the qualified advice and comprehensive training of a dermatologist, as they are uniquely trained to analyze the differences between normal and abnormal skin, hair, and nails. Additionally, they are experts at spotting potential problems and can diagnose a multitude of conditions ranging from minor to life-threatening.

When you are suffering from a troublesome skin, hair, or nail condition, a board-certified dermatologist, such as those at the Center for Surgical Dermatology, can improve your quality of life and ensure you look and feel your best by effectively treating the problem.

Furthermore, dermatologists are a great resource for learning how to prevent skin, hair, and nail problems. For example, they can teach you how to protect yourself from the sun to avoid skin cancer and premature aging of the skin, educate you about which hairstyles can contribute to hair loss, and counsel you on the best way to prevent nail fungus and grow stronger nails.

Whether you need advice on skin health or a medical, surgical, or cosmetic treatment for your skin, hair, or nails, one of our skilled and compassionate dermatologists can meet your needs and become your trusted partner in the maintenance of your health.

At the Center for Surgical Dermatology, some of the most common skin conditions our physicians treat include:

If you have a common skin condition mentioned above, please reach out to our dermatologic clinic in Westerville for effective treatment. Give us a call at (614) 847-4100 or contact us online.

Within the branch of dermatology medicine, there is a subspecialty called cosmetic dermatology. A cosmetic dermatologist is a physician that has received additional training in this subspecialty field and deeply understands how to treat skin concerns and improve the cosmetic appearance of an individual’s skin through treatments like Botox, dermal fillers, lasers, microneedling, and more.

At the Center for Surgical Dermatology, our experienced cosmetic dermatologists offer the following treatments:

If you are interested in receiving a cosmetic treatment in Westerville, Ohio, please contact our state-of-the-art clinic by calling (614) 847-4100 or reach out to us online.

In most cases, yes. However, this depends on your specific health insurance coverage and the medical necessity of your treatment.

For example, most health insurance companies will cover preventive and medically necessary treatments, such as skin cancer screenings and removal. On the other hand, they generally do not cover cosmetic treatments, like fillers and Botox, as these are completely elective.

Before you schedule a dermatology appointment, we recommend that you consult with your insurance provider to better understand the type of dermatology treatments covered under your individual healthcare plan.

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General Dermatology Photos

View the photo gallery below to get a better understanding of how our providers examine, diagnose, and treat a wide variety of skin conditions.

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Schedule a Dermatology Appointment in Westerville, Ohio

From eczema and psoriasis to acne and more, we treat a variety of skin concerns and conditions at our state-of-the-art dermatology clinic in Westerville Ohio. For all your general dermatology needs, trust our team of highly-trained and experienced board-certified dermatologists. Schedule a consultation today.

Schedule your dermatology appointment in Westerville, Ohio, by requesting an appointment online or by calling our clinic at (614) 847-4100.

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