U.S. Dermatology Partners combines the personal level of care found in private dermatology practices with the benefits of a network of physicians working closely together. As the second largest physician-owned dermatology practice in the United States, we have more than 50 locations throughout Texas and the Midwest. As a result, we are able to provide you with premier medical and cosmetic dermatological care, along with the latest technology and treatment methods for diseases of the skin.
Our team of professionals offers comprehensive treatment and refinement for the skin, hair and nails for your entire family, with services including skin cancer treatments and Mohs surgery, acne treatments, cosmetic dermatology such as Botox and laser therapies, annual skin examinations and more. As a regional group of dermatologists that includes physicians who have trained at some of the top treatment centers in the country, we have the resources and expertise to treat virtually any skin-related concern. For a complete list of our services, please see our Conditions & Treatments page.
We understand the frustration of needing to see a doctor quickly, only to be told the next available appointment is months away. Fortunately, our network of locations makes it easier for you and your family to connect with a dermatologist in a timely manner.
For your convenience, you can also save more time by making an appointment and filling out new patient paperwork online.
We know that when you understand how to take care of your health outside the exam room, you will be more likely to follow your care plan and experience better results. We’re therefore committed to helping our patients be proactive about their skin’s health, and to educating the public about skin cancer risks and treatment options. As life expectancy continues to increase, so do occurrences of skin cancer and skin-related issues. That’s why it’s even more vital to treat your skin as a key measure of your overall health and longevity.
When it comes to skin cancer, we focus on prevention and early detection. It’s therefore important for you and your family members to have an annual full-body skin examination. Even if you’ve had your skin checked in the past or aren’t currently concerned with a specific spot, your dermatologist can identify and document potential problem areas, monitor their progression over time, and catch problems before they become bigger issues.