Should you shave before seeing a dermatologist?

A dermatologist says there is no hygienic or medical reason you need to remove hair; but if you must, here’s the safest ways. In my work as a dermatologist, women are constantly apologizing to me for not shaving their legs.

What to know before you go to the dermatologist?

What to Know Before Going to a Dermatologist

  • 1) Check with your insurance provider.
  • 2) Prepare your questions beforehand.
  • 3) Don’t expect quick fixes.
  • 4) Research your injectables.
  • 6) Don’t hesitate to bring pictures.
  • 7) Always book treatments in advance.
  • 1) Wear the Gown.
  • 2) Take Note of What You’re Using.

Do dermatologists look at pubic area?

Many Gynecologists often refer patients to see a Dermatologist when skin conditions in the genital tract pop up. A Gynecologist will check to see that the condition is not infected, then refer to the Dermatologist because they are looking for some skin reason to explain their discomfort.

What questions should I ask at my first dermatologist appointment?

Questions you should ask during your appointment

  • Is my skincare routine working? …
  • Do any of my moles look suspicious? …
  • Are my supplements and/or medications affecting my skin? …
  • Is my skin aging well? …
  • What products are a good fit for my skin type? …
  • Can you tell me about the latest treatments and procedures?
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What does a dermatologist do on the first visit?

Dermatologists need to know about health problems and medications that could impact your skin. From there, your doctor will examine the problem that brought you to the appointment. They will also likely perform a full-body skin check to look for any troublesome moles or signs of other skin conditions.

Do dermatologists weigh you?

Not likely to weigh you. You cannot avoid doctors because of concerns about your weight.