What is Dermatology?
Dermatology concerns the treatment and care of the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membrane that lines the mouth, nose and ears. The field covers simple treatments, skin improvements and surgical procedures for patients of all ages.
What are some of the services Dermatologists provide?
A plethora of ailments are treated under the umbrella of dermatology. These include: eczema, psoriasis, acne, aging spots, skin and nail infections, and skin cancer. Dermatologists prescribe medicine for infection and to diminish the effects of scarring and aging as well as performing surgical procedures for medical and cosmetic concerns.
What does a Medical Assistant certified in Dermatology do?
A Specialty Certified Medical Assistant in Dermatology (SCMA-D™) records patient data and aids with administrative details, prepares patients for procedures, arranges lab work and results, and provides introductory and follow-up information about dermatological conditions and care for patients.
Questions on the SCMA-D™:
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