Frequently Asked Questions
Why choose the physicians at the Dermatology Center of Dallas?
The physicians at the Dermatology Center of Dallas pride themselves on delivering excellent dermatological patient care along with compassion and understanding of all of our patients' concerns. We treat each patient as an individual and enjoy the long-standing physician-patient relationship that develops over time.
What is a clinical aesthetician and why should I go to one?
A clinical aesthetician is an experienced, licensed skin care specialist operating in a clinical or medical setting. An aesthetician is capable of assessing and assisting each individual based on their specific needs. How bad should my acne be before I seek a physician’s help? This is a frequent question brought up to dermatologists. A good time to seek help is the moment acne begins to concern you. Fortunately, with treatment available today, acne should never reach the scarring stage, if cared for appropriately. The most important part of acne treatment is the patient’s willingness to follow the physician’s recommendations and to give those recommendations time to work. Most acne treatment failures are the result of unrealistic expectations regarding the rate of improvement.
Do you take my insurance?
See the list of accepted insurance companies here.
If I am a new patient, how long will it take to see a physician?
With three active physicians, you can usually make an appointment within a short period of time. If you will accept a cancellation when our scheduling secretaries call, you could see a physician very quickly.
What are the best skin care products for my skin?
Skin care products are prescribed based on an assessment of each individual’s needs and concerns. A skin care regimen can be tailored to fit your skin care needs. To see a list of the skin care product lines that we recommend, click here.
Is dermatology just for women?
Dermatology is a specialty that is not just for women. Dermatology is a specialty that covers men and women, from children to seniors. The medical aspect of dermatology affects both sexes, and sun damage and skin cancers do not discriminate. The cosmetic aspect of dermatology encompasses the use of products and in-office procedures that are appropriate not only for women but also for men.