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Dermatology

What is a Dermatologist?

Medical experts specializing in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of skin disorders and conditions are called dermatologists, who are also qualified to diagnose and treat conditions and diseases that affect the hair and nails. These physicians customize a skincare regimen appropriate for the client’s goals and work with them to present all available treatment options in order to find a solution to meet their unique needs. It’s understandable a skin problem has an effect on your self-image and confidence, and we employ a range of techniques and technologies to treat skin-related concerns.

Skin Conditions We Treat

From treatment of skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and rosacea to the removal of warts to the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer, our highly-trained specialists work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan. To view the Dermatology Services we provide, click here.

We Develop Personalized Dermatologic Care Plans Tailored to Our Patients

At Butler Memorial Hospital, we view each patient as an individual and strive to craft care plans tailored to their needs rather than taking a "one size fits all” approach. Our goal is to serve you in the best and most effective manner possible. Combining general and surgical dermatology, our dermatologists at Butler Memorial Hospital are uniquely able to create a comprehensive treatment plan personalized to your needs. We ensure the highest quality care by taking the time to talk with each patient and educate them on their condition and treatment options.

New Patient Paperwork

  • Butler Location - Please click here to print and complete our office forms prior to your scheduled visit.
  • Seven Fields Location - Please click here to print and complete our office forms prior to your scheduled visit.
  • Clarion, New Castle, & Seneca Locations - Please click here to print and complete our office forms prior to your scheduled visit.
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