Common questions we hear in regard to our practice, our services and treatments, or procedure that may or may not be covered by most insurance plans.
Please visit the following link to read more about skin cancer:
Insurance companies do not reimburse for cosmetic procedures.
Our phone operators are working to handle the incoming phone traffic. Please leave a message and we will return your call within 24 hours. Another alternative is to schedule an appointment online and we will call you to confirm.
Please contact our billing office 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday-Friday.
The simple answer is yes, have it checked. Early melanoma detection is the key to improved prognosis. It is as simple as that.
In addition to emergency appointments for each provider, If no appointment is available, we have a cancellation list and will try to get you an appointment as soon as possible. If this is not adequate, please have your primary care doctor call one of our doctors.
Please call our office and tell them about your emergency if you are a patient of the Practice. We will do our very best to have you seen the same day. If you are a new patient, and experiencing an emergency, you will need to have your primary care physician call one of our doctors to be seen on the day you call.
No. Atypical moles are risk markers for melanoma. It means you may have a higher chance for melanoma in comparison to another person. It means you need to be checked by a dermatologist.
There are many new and changing treatments for psoriasis. We can help you pick the option that meets your life style and psoriasis activity. Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting specializes in treating Psoriasis. Please view more information about our Psoriasis Center.
Botox can last up to 12 weeks. Fillers can last up to 6 months and beyond.