Myrtle Beach South Carolina

Your Best Local Myrtle Beach Dermatologist

A dermatologist in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, who specializes in the treatment of a variety of skin conditions, can help you with all of your skincare needs. As a comprehensive provider of aesthetic services, we offer a wide range of laser treatments and cosmetic procedures, including Botox® Cosmetic injections for the treatment of wrinkles and other facial creases.

Our office offers a full array of skincare products and procedures designed to treat acne, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, fine lines/wrinkles, rosacea, psoriasis, and much more. Our medical staff also provides state-of-the-art laser treatments and injectable fillers to enhance your appearance.

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We want you to feel like home when you come in, so we have created a welcoming environment that will help you relax and enjoy yourself while you get ready for your appointment. We hope that you’ll be able to see why our staff has been voted “Best Plastic Surgery Center” by their peers over the past five years.

We provide a comprehensive range of non-surgical treatments designed to improve the appearance of your skin in addition to the most advanced cosmetic procedures available today. This includes plastic surgery procedures such as dermabrasion, chemical peels, chemical fillers, Botox® Cosmetic injections and Dysport® injections, and much, much more.

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About our Dermatologist Dr

 The term dermatologist refers to a physician who is knowledgeable and skilled in diagnosing, preventing and managing diseases and disorders of the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes. There are a variety of dermatological conditions and diseases that can be diagnosed and treated by dermatologists, from mild to severe. During a visit, we may perform surgical procedures on the skin or scalp, give medications, prescribe topical preparations, and do biopsies in order to diagnose any underlying conditions.

Dermatologists specialize in treating many different types of skin conditions, ranging from common problems such as warts, moles, pimples, rashes, and blemishes to more complex conditions such as skin cancer, lupus, eczema, and psoriasis. Some dermatologists specialize in one type of condition, whereas others work across multiple areas of medicine. Dermatology is an extremely broad field, but it does not mean that every dermatologist works on the same conditions. The best way to find out what kind of practice you would enjoy is to schedule a consultation with Dr.

If you notice any changes in the color, texture, size, shape, or location of your skin, make sure to consult a dermatologist immediately. Many skin cancers develop slowly over time and don’t always cause noticeable symptoms until they become large enough to invade surrounding tissue. In some cases, these tumors can be detected through regular self-exams. However, if you notice anything unusual about your skin, talk to your doctor right away.

Generally, it depends on how often you need to see a dermatologist. In most cases, a dermatologist’s visit to a patient is covered under an insurance policy at least in part. Make sure that you check with your insurance provider before scheduling an appointment to ensure that you are covered. If you don’t have insurance, there are no additional fees outside of those required by Medicare or Medicaid.