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I Need A Dermatologist In Nyc That Accepts Health First Health Insurance
I am african american, I am not on health insurance to see a dermatologist. What are good home remedies to clear up acne and dark spots?
With insurance Finacea costs $120 a month. Is there a cheaper alternative I can ask my dermatologist to prescribe?
Generic: Ask your doctor to switch to generic Azelaic acid 20% cream ...Read more
Are there any creams on treating very very very small icepick scars? Maybe microdermabrasion at home? I don't have insurance for a dermatologist
The creams won't help, but getting a needle roller may be the trick you need.
Good luck. ...Read more
Are there any OTC treatments to reduce the scarring to the face from cutaneous lupus? Insurance won't cover dermatologist. Taking plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) to treat.
I don't have money to see a dermatologist or insurance for my acne scars or acne troubled skin. What could I do?
See derm residency: You may want to look for a dermatolgy residency program, often asssociated with a university hospital. Here, the docs are in training and often accept patients without insurrance. The residents are not fully licensed dermatologists, but they are under supervision of one or more dermatologits in the program. Also, many docs will work with you on a payment plan etc...Good luck to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I think I have ppp nbut im not sure is it best to go to a dermatologist or regular health care doctor?
Primary care: The role of the primary care physician is to evaluate, treat, and manage healthcare for patients. Some pcp's are adept at treating the vast majority of presenting complaints, and all pcp's will refer complex and/or procedural cases to the right specialist for you. You should be comfortable with your doctor & staff, and have responsive communication and access. ...Read more
Which online Canadian supplier is best to order drugs from? Insurance will not cover cost of Benzaclin. Dermatologist will not write RX either. Help.
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Suggest you consult Better Business Bureau? Canada ...Read more
Family doc first: I would go to your family doctor first, then to a dermatologist if your family doctor was still concerned. Take care and stay healthy! ...Read more
How much does a typical visit to a dermatologists office cost without insurance? How much do skin biopsies cost for cancer detection?
My right thumb has been dry to the point of cracking, bleeding, flaking will not heal I have no health and clinic said I need a dermatologist.
Thumb dryness: You may have eczemaof the thumb. Since you have no dermatologist you might try using hydro cortisone over the counter and apply ointment 4 times daily. ...Read more
I had the blue light treatment done for acne via dermatologist & I did not like the results, do I or my insurance have to pay for it anyway?
Generally yes: But perhaps you should discuss it with the treating physician and see if they would be willing to make some accommodations for you. ...Read more
What kind of dr should I see for a small epidermal cyst that's on the back of my neck? Is it cheaper to see a surgeon or a dermatologist, no insurance
Should I call my dermatologist or contact my health care provider if I'm feeling unusual burning in my face?
You can always: Start with your primary care provider.Get a more detailed answer ›
I do not have insurance to go to dermatologist and I have this red blotches/pimplies bumps only on left butt cheek for 3 mnths only itches...its profile pic? It does not hurt either or burn.
Blotches and pimples: It is difficult to tell what is the cause of these lesions without seeing them. It would be in your best interest to have a doctor take a look since you have had them for 3 months. ...Read more
Expect the best: Your first dermatologist visit will likely be (a) highly efficient (dermatologists see many patients per day), (b) problem-focused, (c) diagnostic (your question will most likely be answered), and (e) therapeutic. Expect to have your entire skin examined ("full body skin examination"), as often clues to diagnosis may lie elsewhere on the body. ...Read more
Dermatology: Thorough exam, good history taking, and setting a treatment plan. ...Read more
If my eyebrows haven't been growing back and I have seborreic dermatitis should I still consider getting them tatted? Or see a dermatologist first?
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