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  • Joseph Mc Farland, MD 200 Points

    Riddle Memorial Hospital
    1078 W Baltimore Pike Ste 204
    Media, PA 19063
  • Edward Chan, MD 130 Points

    Dermatology Limited
    101 Chesley Dr Ste 100
    Media, PA 19063
  • 100 Points

    Sally Balin Medical Center
    Media, PA 19063
  • Joseph Laskas, DO 100 Points

    Dermatology, Ltd.
    101 Chesley Drive, Suite 100
    Media, PA 19063
  • Loretta Pratt, MD 100 Points

    Sally Balin Medical Ctr
    110 Chesley Dr, Sally Balin Med Ctr
    Media, PA 19063

Nearby Cities

Springfield (3.7 mi)
Ridley Park (4.18 mi)
Drexel Hill (5.48 mi)
Glen Mills (5.51 mi)
Upper Darby (6.09 mi)
Havertown (6.1 mi)
Haverford (8.29 mi)
Bryn Mawr (8.37 mi)
Wynnewood (8.59 mi)
Wayne (8.79 mi)
Radnor (9.06 mi)
Narberth (9.25 mi)
Paoli (9.85 mi)
Gladwyne (10.31 mi)
Malvern (10.62 mi)

Dermatologist Info

Dermatologist Summary: A Dermatologist specializes in skin care, hair and nail treatments. A dermatologist is concerned with maintaining healthy skin, nails and hair as well as diagnosing and treating skin conditions and diseases that can be treated with dermatology. They also correct disfigurements, blemishes and scars. You might see a dermatologist for acne, or see a dermatologist for dermatitis.

Education and training: To become a dermatologist, 4 years of medical school is required as well as a 1 year residency in dermatology training. If the student wishes to specialize in a certain area, another 3 years of training is required. You might see a dermatologist for acne, or see a dermatologist for dermatitis.


Dermatologist FAQs:
What is a

Dermatologist

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A Dermatologist is a physician that specializes in skin, hair and nail care.

When should I see a Dermatologist?
You can see a Dermatologist for acne, dermatitis, psoriasis, scars, warts or skin cancer. You can see a cosmetic Dermatologist for cosmetic surgery.

What is a Dermatopathologist?
A Dermatopathologist is a specialized Dermatologist who focuses in skin diseases. You can also see a regular Dermatologist for treatment of skin diseases.

What are some sub specialties of dermatology?
Dermatologists may choose to specialize in treating children, treating degenerative diseases, cancer or cosmetic dermatology.

What are some common skin diseases?
Some common skin diseases are cancer, lesions, herpes, warts and various infections.

What are some common skin conditions?
Some common skin conditions are acne, rosacea, psoriasis, blisters, sunburn, eczema, hives, wrinkles and birthmarks.

When is skin surgery needed?
Skin surgery is performed to prevent or control diseases of the skin such as melanoma and other skin cancers, to diagnose diseases and conditions through biopsies, and to improve skin appearance.

How do I find a Dermatologist in my city and state?
The Wellness.com directory will help you locate a Dermatologist in your state. Select Dermatologist from the professionals menu and select the state that you are looking to locate a Dermatologist in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need an Dermatologist in. Select the state and city and you will see a list of Dermatologists in your city and state.


Dermatologist Related Terms: skin care, nail care, hair care, acne, dermatitis, cosmetic surgery, psoriasis, scars, skin cancer, skin diseases, warts, dermatologist