Our providers specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the skin, hair, and nails. This includes acne, warts, eczema, rosacea, hair disorders, and psoriasis. We also treat skin infections, rashes, moles, and skin cancer. We offer full skin exams to look for abnormal moles, melanoma, other skin cancers, rashes, and also to reassure you about benign skin growths. We offer prescription medications for many skin conditions and perform surgical procedures, including electrocautery, surgical excisions, cryosurgery, and laser surgery.
What is Medical Dermatology?
Medical, or General Dermatology, includes the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the skin, hair, and nails. Board-certified dermatologists, Dr. Reichel, Dr. Jacobson, Dr. Finesmith, and Dr. Lamel undergo extensive training in diagnosing and treating skin conditions during residency. Dermatology residency is a four-year training program that takes place after medical school. At the completion of residency, dermatologists take an examination, called the boards. Physician assistants (PA-C), like Andrea English, Ashley Miguel, and Abby Ehntholt undergo a three-year training program after college to become certified.
They then decide on a specific area of medicine, and undergo further training “on the job”. While they all work under the supervision of Dr. Reichel, Andrea, Abby, Jennifer, and Ashley see their own patients, prescribes medications, performs surgical procedures, and are highly skilled in diagnosing and treating medical dermatology conditions. When looking for a dermatologist, Mohs surgeon, or Cosmetic surgeon, make sure that your doctor has good credentials and is board-certified.
Payment for Medical Dermatology Visits
Office visits and treatment for medical dermatology conditions are most often covered by insurance. We accept all major medical insurances and can talk with you about your specific coverage. We also offer Care Credit.