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About Dermatologists

Dermatology 101

Dermatology is a branch of medicine that focuses on the skin, hair, and nails. A dermatologist has the same foundational training as a primary care provider (four years of undergraduate, four years of medical school, and three years in residency) plus additional training to diagnose and treat over 3,000 conditions related to the skin, hair, and nails. In addition, dermatologists perform elective cosmetic procedures to improve the appearance and health of these areas.

Some of the most common dermatological conditions include:

Acne: Acne is a common skin condition that affects people of all ages. It occurs when the pores on your skin become blocked, trapping oil and dirt inside. Acne can range from mild to severe.

Skin cancer (melanoma): Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in humans, accounting for more than half of all cancers diagnosed. It occurs when cells in the skin grow abnormally and uncontrollably, often forming tumors or lesions on the skin's surface. Skin cancer can be caused by both environmental factors, such as UV radiation from sunlight and tanning beds, and genetic factors that make a person more susceptible to developing it.

Psoriasis: Psoriasis is an autoimmune condition that causes skin cells to grow abnormally. This results in thick, scaly patches of skin known as plaques which can be itchy, painful, and uncomfortable. Genetics: Psoriasis is an autoimmune condition that causes skin cells to grow abnormally. It typically affects the elbows, knees, and scalp but can appear anywhere.

Eczema: Eczema is a common skin condition that causes itchy, red, and dry patches of skin to appear on the body. It can affect people of any age and is more common in children than adults. Eczema is not contagious but may be triggered by environmental or genetic factors such as allergies, stress, weather changes, or certain foods. Symptoms range from mild itching to severe inflammation and discomfort.

Hair loss: Hair loss, also known as alopecia, is a common condition that affects both men and women. It can occur due to genetics, hormonal changes, or conditions like thyroid disease. Hair loss can be temporary or permanent and come in many forms, including thinning hair, bald patches, or complete baldness.

Rosacea: Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that causes facial redness and inflammation, typically in the cheeks and nose area. It can also cause other symptoms, such as acne-like bumps, visible blood vessels, facial swelling, eye irritation, or stinging sensations. The exact cause of rosacea is unknown, but it has been linked to genetics and environmental factors like sun exposure and certain foods or drinks.

Dermatologists can also help treat aesthetic concerns related to hair, skin, and nails.

Some standard cosmetic procedures performed by dermatologists include:

  • Sunspot treatment
  • Wrinkle/ scar tissue treatment
  • Facial veins treatment
  • Cellulite and fat removal
  • Tattoo removal
  • Anti-aging care
  • BOTOX injections

Not all dermatology clinics provide the same services. Most dermatologists have the advanced training necessary to perform the procedures listed above, but you should check with the clinic beforehand about their offerings.

Dermatology Specialties

Dermatologists are medical providers who specialize in care for the skin, hair, and nails. In addition to having the clinical experience and education necessary to treat a wide range of conditions, some dermatologists have advanced training to perform specialized care.

Subspecialties practiced by dermatologists include:

Dermatopathology: Dermatopathologists are doctors who specialize in both dermatology and pathology. This means they are trained to examine biopsied parts of the skin and write a biopsy report to determine the possibility of skin cancers (such as melanoma) or skin diseases (such as impetigo, vitiligo, or warts). In addition, some dermatopathologists undergo special training to perform Mohs surgery, a precise technique used to eliminate skin cancer cells.

The type of care offered by a dermatopathologist includes:

  • Examining skin, nail, and hair samples to diagnose diseases
  • Using a microscope to examine specimens for signs of infection or tumor growth
  • Testing tissue samples for bacterial, fungal, viral, and other infectious agents
  • Reviewing laboratory results from immunohistochemical tests used in the diagnosis of disorders
  • Determining treatment plans based on the findings of microscopic evaluation

Pediatric dermatologist: A pediatric dermatologist is a doctor who specializes in treating skin conditions and diseases that affect children. They are trained to diagnose, treat, and manage common and rare skin conditions of infants and children up to the age of 18 years.

The type of care offered by a pediatric dermatologist includes:

  • Diagnosing and treating skin conditions, diseases, and disorders in children (like eczema, warts, and acne)
  • Educating young patients about sun protection and proper hygiene practices
  • Providing preventive care measures to help protect their skin health
  • Prescribing medications or performing surgeries when necessary
  • Counseling children on any emotional distress associated with visible skin conditions

Cosmetic dermatologist: Cosmetic dermatologists specialize in aesthetic skin care, treating conditions including acne, wrinkles, sagging skin, or varicose veins.

The type of care offered by a cosmetic dermatologist include:

  • Performing skin treatments such as laser resurfacing, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion
  • Removing moles, warts, cysts, and other growths from the skin
  • Administering injectable treatments like Botox or fillers to reduce wrinkles and lines
  • Treating acne, rosacea, and other dermatological conditions with topical medications
  • Conducting medical evaluations for cosmetic procedures like facelifts
  • Evaluating existing scars to recommend corrective treatment options
  • Creating personalized sunscreen regimens for patients of all ages
  • Diagnosing hair loss disorders such as alopecia areata or male pattern baldness
  • Recommending lifestyle changes that could improve skin health

Before scheduling an in-person dermatology appointment, talk to the clinic about their specialized care.

Booking a dermatology appointment in Fort Worth

Whether you need treatment, an exam, or just want to discuss a skin concern, Sesame has you covered. You can find convenient and affordable in-person and telehealth (video) dermatology care services on Sesame with licensed health care providers in Forth Worth, Texas.

To book a visit:

  • Search “Dermatology” in Sesame’s search bar
  • Browse the list of available providers near you
  • Choose between video and in-person services
  • Pick a time that works best for your schedule
  • Book your visit!

Yep, it’s that easy. Not sure if you need to see a doctor in-person or not? We recommend in-person visits for physical exams, specialized treatment (like laser treatment), and lab testing. There are just some things that can’t be done over video. Video visits are used to address symptoms, discuss prescriptions, and screen for certain medical conditions.

Don’t wait to get the skin care you need. Book a dermatology visit with the best doctors in your area and save up to 60% on your appointment.

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