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By: Shannon C.
Mcclerklin Skin & Laser Center
I would like to thank the staff. You where all so nice. Thank you Dr.McClerklin you are so nice, kind and thoughtful. I read some of the comments on here and other sites and was not going to go. But I do like to make up my own mind before not going just based off of reviews. Yes you do have to wait but when you have a practice that helps a lot of people that's what you get. And if that many people keep coming back then the doctor must be good. Thanks to all that work here keep up the great work and be blessed.
By: Lilliana R.
Grice, Dina Dr
knows her stuff.... she might be a bit aggressive about removing stuff.... but she has told me about situations where people have put off having things removed and then ended up with not so happy endings.....i would rather wait an hour in her waiting room than months for someone to check out any immediate concern that I have....
Tips & Advices
Cosmetic dermatology is a specialization of the field, which focuses on a person's appearance.
See a dermatologist if you have recurring problems with your skin, hair, nails or mucous membranes, or for any concerns about cosmetic appearance. Medicare patients will likely pay 20 percent of the Medicare-approved amount if the health care provider covers dermatology for a medical skin condition.
Dermatology tends to be covered by insurance if it is deemed a "medical necessity." The amount of coverage and cost depends on the specific health plan.
There is such a thing as a pediatric dermatologist--medical professionals who treat children from birth through adolescence - usually for skin conditions most common in younger patients. Regular dermatologists can also work with children of various ages.
Dermatologists can perform biopsies, dermabrasion, hair removal, laser surgery, cosmetic injections (like Botox), Mohs surgery for skin cancer, skin grafts, vein therapy, and chemical peels, to name a few.

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