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To find a dermatologist, ask a doctor for recommendations, search through online resources or inquire from a medical school. A dermatologist is a doctor who specializes in the treatment of hair, skin and nail complicatio... More »

To find a local dermatologist, browse the directory of providers at Healthgrades.com, which provides patient ratings and contact information. To locate dermatologists registered with the American Academy of Dermatology, ... More »

Castle Connolly, U.S. News & World Report and Angie's List all offer lists of top-rated dermatologists throughout the United States. All three lists allow users to search geographically using a ZIP code. More »

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When choosing a dermatologist, look for referrals, investigate the dermatologist's credentials and research each doctor's experience, suggests Healthgrades. Read reviews about potential dermatologists from patients, and ... More »

Users can upload pictures of contact dermatitis to the FirstDerm website, where a dermatologist responds with a likely diagnosis and treatment options within 24 hours, reports FirstDerm. The cost for this service is $40 ... More »

Adult acne is different from teenage acne, and WebMD explains that over-the-counter topical medications are usually not very effective at treating this condition and recommends visiting a dermatologist to discuss treatme... More »

To find a local dermatologist, browse the directory of providers at Healthgrades.com, which provides patient ratings and contact information. To locate dermatologists registered with the American Academy of Dermatology, ... More »