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By: Becky D.
Dermatology Center Of Atlanta
I had my appointment on November 16th for a facial and it was wonderful! Tammy Fox recommend it for me after another appointment and boy was she right! I had a lot of concerns about my skin and had accepted the fact that as I age my skin would just continue to decline and there was nothing I could do about it. That was until I met Melissa! Melissa took great care of me during my facial! She was warm and empathetic and listened to my concerns. She gave me a great facial and I left with many suggestions and samples on what I could do to improve the texture of my skin. I left feeling refreshed and had hope! I am thankful to both Melissa and Tammy! I will definitely be back and would recommend Dermatology Center of Atlanta to everyone I know!
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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