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Best Dermatologists in Orlando, FL

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Orlando, FL 32819 Rating

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4.4 (19)
3.5 (17)

Why choose this provider?

Pure Skin Dermatology is an Orlando clinic that provides medical, cosmetic, and skincare treatment. The practice works with clients suffering from birthmarks, skin cancer, acne, allergies, psoriasis, and moles. The doctors at Pure Skin Dermatology use treatments including microdermabrasion, laser hair removal, chemical peels, cosmetic injectables, and body contouring that is non-invasive. Patients can book an appointment for ultrashape, Voluma, Velashape III, Juvederm, and Visia complexion analysis. Pure Skin Dermatology also treats hyperhydrosis, rashes, warts, and eczema.

Windermere, FL 34786 Rating

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4.0 (14)

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Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center is a Windermere clinic that treats patients facing skin disorders. The clinic treats skin cancer, warts, acne, psoriasis, and eczema. Patients can schedule surgical procedures including skin biopsies, moles, cysts, lipomas, skin tag removal, skin cancer surgery, and nail surgery. The doctors at Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center also have experience treating keloids, molluscum, hair and scalp issues, and pediatric skin diseases. Cosmetic procedures include Botox, chemical peels, Juvederm, and SkinPen micro-needling.

Orlando, FL 32814 Rating

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4.2 (205)
3.5 (66)

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Reflections Dermatology is a facility in Orlando that provides medical, surgical, and cosmetic skin treatments. The office works with patients of all ages and treats skin, hair, and nails. Manlio Dermatology diagnoses cysts, eczema, melanoma, homes, psoriasis, rashes, and suntags. Cosmetic options include silk-peel microdermabrasion, chemical peels, facials, and Glo cosmetics. Patients can receive treatments for fine lines, sun damage, rosacea, and uneven skin tones. Reflections Dermatology sells over the counter cosmeceuticals, including Glytone, Avene, Neocutis, Glo, Vivite, and Elta MD.

Orlando, FL 32832 Rating

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4.5 (25)

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Manlio Dermatology is a skincare facility in Orlando. The clinic provides skin cancer diagnosis and treatment and treats cancerous skin with Mohs micrographic surgery. Patients can receive cosmetic dermatology options including Botox, and fillers. The physicians remove warts and moles. Manlio Dermatology is also experienced in treating acne, psoriasis, and other forms of skin disorders. Dr. Manlio is a member of American Society of Dermatological Surgery, a fellow of the American Society of Mohs Surgery, the Florida Osteopathic Medical Association, and the American Osteopathic Association.

Orlando, FL 32806 Rating

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4.4 (15)

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Central Florida Dermatology Associates is a clinic in Orlando that provides medical, surgical and cosmetic skin care. The center specializes in adult acne, rosacea, warts, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, lupus, morphea, granuloma annulare, and skin tags. The doctors are also able to treat hemangiomas, moles, eczema, and precancerous moles. Patients can schedule an appointment to experience the Infini, which is a three-dimensional wrinkle-reducing technology. Central Florida Dermatology Associates also provides VitaliaDerma Hair Therapy for patients experiencing hair loss due to stress, and negative health.

Orlando, FL 32819 Rating

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4.6 (114)
4.9 (48)
4.0 (8)

Why choose this provider?

Orlando Dermatology is an advanced skin care clinic in Orlando. The clinic offers laser hair removal, Zo medical care products, Radiuses volumizing filler, and Venus Viva treatments. The doctors at Orlando Dermatology avoid invasive procedures and focus on high technology treatments that do not require incisions, and painful recovery times. Treatments are available for skin cancer, eczema and rashes, and moles. Patients can also schedule appointments in the medical spa for body contouring, hair restoration, dermal fillers, skin resurfacing, and later treatments.

Oviedo, FL 32765 Rating

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5.0 (35)
3.5 (32)
5.0 (10)

Why choose this provider?

Moskowitz Dermatology is a clinic in Oviedo that treats skin disease. The staff has experience diagnosing and curing acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, ringworm, cysts, dry skin, boils, dandruff, bacterial infections, shingles, cold sores and warts. Every patient receives a skin exam to check for skin cancer. Dr. Moskowitz has completed 27,000 surgeries and treats patients like family members. Moskowitz Dermatology accepts most forms of insurance and works with patients to ensure that needs are covered.

Compare our Top Dermatologists

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Pure Skin Dermatology
Orlando, FL 32819
Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center of Orlando
Windermere, FL 34786
Reflections Dermatology
Orlando, FL 32814
Manlio Dermatology
Orlando, FL 32832
Central Florida Dermatology Associates
Orlando, FL 32806
Orlando Dermatology
Orlando, FL 32819
Moskowitz Dermatology
Oviedo, FL 32765


  • Introduction

    A dermatologist is a doctor who specializes in treating conditions of the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes. Dermatologists can diagnose and treat over 3,000 diseases.

    According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), there are over 44 million visits to dermatologists annually. The top five most common reasons for visiting a dermatologist are skin lesions, progress visits, acne issues, skin rashes, and discoloration or pigmentation. They also notice signs of other health concerns, such as kidney damage or diabetes.

  • What types of conditions can dermatologists treat?

    Dermatologists treat a wide area of conditions. Some of the more common examples are:
    • Medical conditions including acne, rosacea, plaque psoriasis, and ezcema.
    • Cosmetic concerns like hair loss, wrinkles, and dark spots or pigmentation.
    • Surgical needs such as removing moles, warts, benign cysts, and skin cancer, as well as reducing or removing birthmarks.
  • What to expect at a dermatologist\'s appointment?

    First, it’s important to preface that most patients shouldn’t expect a quick fix when visiting the dermatologist; most conditions a dermatologist treats take time to resolve. It helps to come to your appointment with your questions ready. During your appointment, your dermatologist will examine the area of concern and ask questions about your medical history. You may require some follow-up testing for a diagnosis.

  • Can a dermatologist help with hair loss?

    Yes, a dermatologist deals with many areas of the body, including hair. A dermatologist should be able to establish a diagnosis and what's causing the hair loss, offering a treatment plan, if possible.

  • What questions should I ask my dermatologist? 

    While specific questions depend on what reason brings you to the dermatologist, here are some good general questions to start with:
    • What is the best way to monitor moles?
    • What can I do to monitor and screen for skin cancer?
    • How do I know if a skincare product is worth its price?
    • Is my skincare routine working?
    • Do you recommend [a particular treatment or procedure] I'm considering?
  • Do you need a referral to see a dermatologist?

    In most states, you need a referral from a general physician to see a specialist doctor, such as a dermatologist. If you’re paying out-of-pocket, you can see any doctor without a referral. However, if you have health insurance, your provider may not cover the costs of a dermatologist visit without a referral. It's best to check with your insurance provider for this information.

  • Can a dermatologist prescribe birth control?

    Technically, any physician can prescribe birth control. However, dermatologists are one of the most frequent prescribers. When treating a patient with acne, a dermatologist may prescribe birth control. This is because birth control has been proven to reduce acne in some individuals.