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A dermatology virtual visit aids in managing common dermatological conditions. It is also a great option for follow-up visits, reviewing test results and talking to the expert about your issues related to dermatology.

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Patient Education

Video visits allow you to speak to a dermatology doctor from the comfort of your own home. This allows you to tell the doctor about your symptoms and what caused your dermatological issue which helps us to develop a care plan and clear next steps to treat your specific situation. 

If you’re unsure, Telemedicine is a great way to connect with your doctor and determine the urgency of your case. Common reasons to seek an dermatology expert opinion are:

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  • Acne treatment

  • Eczema treatment

  • Surgical removal of moles

  • Hair loss treatment

  • Skin cancer screenings

  • Skin infection treatment

  • Sunburn treatment

  • Skin biopsies

  • Mole-mapping

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Follow-up and Rehabilitation

While you must be present for physical examinations, following-up on your skin progress and other screenings is easiest with Telemedicine. 

Follow-up is important so that your doctor can track your progress and give you a clear sense of what the results or changing conditions might mean. 

Rapid access to skin care

Medical report on your skin concerns

Follow-up on your skin progress

Our online dermatologist service gives you rapid access to skincare experts from anywhere, so you never have to put your skin concerns on hold. Best for updating or maintaining the condition management plan established by your doctor. Patients with dermatological issues can have important questions answered.

Apart from video call, you will be able to submit your information and details about your skin concern, including pictures. Your skin complaint will be reviewed by our private dermatologist and you will receive a detailed report on your skin concern after your call.

Most dermatology visits need simple rechecks to look at how a wound is healing or how your skin issue is progressing. The process is visual, usually ending with either, “You’re healing well,” or, “Let me prescribe an antibiotic.”

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Monday: 8:30am to 5:30pm

Tuesday: 8:30am to 5:30pm

Wednesday: 8:30am to 5:30pm

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