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I've been recommended to see a dermatologist about a wart under my eye for further evaluation and treatment, what is the avg cost for this appt?

I've been recommended to see a dermatologist about a wart under my eye for further evaluation and treatment, what is the avg cost for this appt?

Tough to say: First, let them know if you have no insurance. ..some Docs can provide services depending on your insurance or lack there of at a discounted rate. Depending on how they/you would like to get this treated, it may be higher or lower, for example, they may opt to treat it with medications or with excision, or with cryosurgery etc...and all can be differing prices (and usu. costly without insurance) ...Read more

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Can my dermatologist order and evaluate a test for thyroid?

Can my dermatologist order and evaluate a test for thyroid?

Sometimes: Sometimes a dermatologist checks your thyroid as thyroid disease is associated with certain types of rashes. If the thyroid test is abnormal, he or she will probably forward the tests to your primary to treat. ...Read more

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Who do I see to get a cyst on my neck evaluated? Will a dermatologist do this?

Who do I see to get a cyst on my neck evaluated? Will a dermatologist do this?

Cyst: You could start with your primary care doctor. It depends on what the lump on your neck is as to what kind of specialist if any you need to see. If it is a simple cyst a Dermatologist could certainly take care of it. If it is a dermoid cyst then you would need to see an ENT. So, seeing where it is on the neck and what it feels like will help in the decision where to send you. ...Read more

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To dermatologists, is it okay if I mix facial toners? As in mix them in the same bottle? I have two that I like, and I'd prefer not to have to use them separately.

To dermatologists, is it okay if I mix facial toners? As in mix them in the same bottle? I have two that I like, and I'd prefer not to have to use them separately.

Generally not: I am not a dermatologist, but the reason to avoid mixing them is not a medical one so much as a chemical one. Different products use different stabilizers and binder to keep ingredients in a suspension (cream, ointment or gel form), and mixing products especially by different brands is likely to cause separation of the products into layers or cause curdling. which would hinder absorption. ...Read more

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How can I become a dermatologist?

How can I become a dermatologist?

Dermatology: You need an undergraduate degree, medical degree, internship & residency. Good luck. ...Read more

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Consult dermatologist online free?

Consult dermatologist online free?

See your doctor: If you have a skin problem it is helpful to see your doctor and allow the physical exam with the history make a proper diagnosis. At that point you will also receive treatment and that is far better than using online help. Often in those situations they are trying to sell you something. ...Read more

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What to expect at the dermatologist?

Full body exam: Ideally, if you do not have any particular problem, your dermatologist should examine your entire body to see if anything is abnormal. ...Read more

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When should you go to a dermatologist?

When should you go to a dermatologist?

For skin problems: Dermatologists specialize in skin diseases. Often, your primary care doctor can make the diagnosis and you won't have to wait 3 months for an appointment. If you have a new skin issue, one that isn't getting better, one that's getting worse, or you see a change in a mole, then consider calling your primary doctor or dermatologist. ...Read more

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How can I consult with a dermatologist?

How can I consult with a dermatologist?

Just call. : Find one you like through family, friends, your doctor, or online...And give a call. ...Read more

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Where do you go to see a dermatologist ?

Check internet i: Check the internet of dermatologists near you, or call your primary care doctor to see who they would recommend ...Read more