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11711 East Market Place, Fulton, MD 20759
Fulton, MD 20759

Eternal Dermatology offers evidence-based, cosmetic, and surgical dermatology solutions for residents of Columbia and its surrounding areas. The skin care provider is uniquely poised to help with mole removal and earlobe repair as well as skin discoloration treatment and the excision of skin cancer. It also offers allergy tests, anti-aging treatments, and effective remedies for hair loss. Staffed with board-certified professionals, Eternal Dermatology offers diverse treatments to meet patients' skin health needs.

11711 East Market Place, Fulton, MD 20759
Fulton, MD 20759

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How many years of school are required to become a dermatologist?
A: Dermatologists require a minimum of 11 years of schooling and at least a one-year internship. Broken down, the individual has to go through:
  • A four-year bachelor’s program
  • Four years of medical school
  • A one-year internship
  • A minimum of three years in a dermatology residency program
Q: How to become a dermatologist?
A dermatologist needs to graduate first with a bachelor’s degree and then graduate from medical school. They’ll then finish a one-year internship and be placed in a dermatology residency program. In total, the resident will need to complete between 12,000 and 16,000 patient care hours. At this point, they can get a license to practice medicine with a specialty in dermatology.

If the doctor wants to become board-certified, they can take an additional exam with the American Board of Dermatology, the American Osteopathic Board of Dermatology, or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
Q: How much do dermatologists make?
A: The national average salary in the United States is $272,820 per year for dermatologists. However, this range can significantly vary, depending on the doctor’s location, hours worked, experience, and place of work. 

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