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Two Dermatologists & Mohs Surgery Specialists Join DermSurgery Associates

DermSurgery Associates recently welcomed a pair of board-certified dermatologists and fellowship-trained Mohs surgery specialists to their team. Dr. Sonal Parikh and Dr. Nhan (Nick) Nguyen will see general and cosmetic dermatology patients and perform Mohs surgery at DermSurgery’s locations in The Woodlands and Willowbrook. They will also see individuals who need Mohs surgery at the …

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Dr. Boulos Shares Tips for Checking Skin with Allure Magazine

Dr. Scarlett Boulos, board-certified dermatologist at DermSurgery Associates, was recently interviewed by Allure Magazine. In the article, she provided tips for checking your skin for changes and warning signs of skin cancer. She explains how to do a personal skin evaluation and the ABCDEs of skin checks. Click here to read the full article.

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How DermSurgery Associates is keeping patients safe with telemedicine appointments.

COVID-19: How We’re Keeping Our Dermatology Patients Safe With Telemedicine and New Safety Protocols

Keeping Texas residents safe and healthy has always been our greatest priority at DermSurgery Associates. In light of the COVID-19 virus, we're taking extra measures to provide exceptional care while limiting your potential exposure. Now, you don't have to leave your home to meet with a board-certified dermatologist in the Houston area. Telemedicine makes it …

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Tips for skin care during COVID-19

6 Dermatologist-Approved Tips for Skin Care During COVID-19

Any disruption to your daily routine can bring about changes to your skin. So it’s no surprise the COVID-19 social distancing recommendations have many people searching for the best ways to care for their skin, especially between in-person visits to the dermatologist. Our Houston-area professionals compiled a few helpful tips for giving your skin the …

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TELEMEDICINE: News you can use

Access to Medicare telehealth services has been broadened so that beneficiaries can receive certain services without having to travel. This benefit is temporary in response to the threat of Coronavirus. Patients who are at a high-risk of complications from the virus are encouraged to use these services with our participating dermatologists and PA’s. Telemedicine generally …

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