The FAQs Regarding The Dermatologists

The FAQs Regarding The Dermatologists

Did you know that frogs and earthworms breathe through their skins— much like the dermatologists who listen to your grievances through the skin?

Although you may call it a stupid analogy, it’s the truth.

A good dermatologist knows exactly what your problem is, and let you know that you have a clean slate against dangerous skin disorders like cancer.

The only problem with the current society is— we don’t know that skin is the largest organ of our body, and we need to take care of it as we do for other sense organs like eyes, nose, and ears.

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Neither do we acknowledge the importance of skin, nor do we have proper knowledge regarding the dermatologists.

In the given section, let’s take some of the frequently asked questions about the dermatologists.

  • How often do I need to see the dermatologist?

With pollution and global warming at their peak, we are susceptible to skin diseases more than ever.

Akin to the body check-up, we shall go for a thorough skin evaluation at least once in a year.

If you have been facing some severe issues or feeling suspected about skin problems such as rashes, acne, dark pigments, etc., confer with the doctor immediately.

  • What is the area of expertise of dermatologists?

Dermatologists have everything to do with your external appearance.

They are trained lads who check your skin, mucous membrane, and nails.

With highly skillful academics, they have the power to diagnose and treat over 3000 diseases.

They are a competent bunch of qualified doctors who treat as severe a condition like skin cancer, and daily and prevalent problems such as acne, skin inflammation, etc.

They are well versed with the highly enhanced treating techniques like Intense Pulsating Light (IPL), injecting fillers, using dermal-fillers, etc.

  • Shall I wear makeup on the appointment day with the dermatologist?

Of course, you can wear it provided you don’t want the skin specialist to figure out what’s happening with your skin correctly.

With dermatologist, it’s your responsibility to make their job easier.

Covering your skin with the layer of makeups will make it really tough for your doctor to find what’s the problem with your skin.

  • Do insurances cover dermatology?

It depends on the kind of insurance you have opted.

Generally, medical care schemes do cover your medical checkup and diagnosis of the disease; however, there’s no guarantee that you’d get the complete coverage.

It’s almost sure that medi-claims give you the benefit of the doubt or the partial coverage for cosmetic treatments.

For example, you may not get the coverage if you’d like to have scar, acne, or wrinkle-freeing operations.

  • Can skin specialists treat scalp issues?

The scalp is also a type of skin.

It’s not necessary that every problem on the scalp has something to do with the hair loss or follicle issues/

Sometimes, what looks dandruff, dead cells, etc. on the scalp may be a severe case of acne or skin inflammation.

A dermatologist can look at your problem carefully, and diagnose it highlighting the things you need to do.

So, yes— a dermatologist may help you avert scalp problems such as psoriasis which is not restricted to your facial or body skin only.

  • Do dermatologists remove the mole in the initial visits?

Dermatologists don’t like moles as they love smooth and plain skin.

The chances are high that they might get off the mole by external excision (a type of skin surgery).

The process is relatively simple— they cut the mole, and if needed, they stitch the space and leave it for healing purpose.

Don’t worry— they aren't cutting it off without your permission.

First, they’ll understand the gist of the mole, and identify whether it’s cancerous— thanks to the microscopic view.

By checking the ABCDE (asymmetry, border, color, diameter, & elevation) of the moles, the skin specialists will determine the required kind of treatment.

So, if you haven’t hurried to the skin doctor yet, it’s the right time to hit their doors— who knows, you might get the skin problem discovered and treated.