If you have thoughts of hurting yourself of someone else, call 9-1-1 or visit the nearest emergency room to get help right away. Look to Acclaim Physician Group and our partner, JPSTrust Acclaim Physician Group's expert dermatologists for skilled diagnosis and treatment of skin problems in patients of all ages.
Near your home in Tarrant County, access skilled care for:
- Actinic keratosis (precancerous lesions)
- Dry skin
- Eczema, patches of inflamed skin
- Folliculitis, inflamed hair follicles
- Hair loss
- Infections of the skin, such as ringworm or molluscum contagiosum
- Keloids, firm nodules
- Lipomas, lumps under the skin
- Melasma, patches of pigmentation
- Psoriasis, bumpy red patches
- Rosacea, facial redness
- Skin cancers, such as basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma
- Urticaria (hives)
- Vitiligo, patches of lost pigment
I'm Worried About a Mole
For your peace of mind, trust that our team will see you as soon as possible to evaluate your mole in person. Your dermatologist will examine the mole and let you know if it's benign (noncancerous) or if you need further testing. If you need a skin biopsy, we'll do it the same day.
Care & Treatment
Rely on your dermatologist to help you feel comfortable and provide high-quality care. Depending on your symptoms, you may benefit from:
- Preventive care, screenings, and education to identify and reduce risk factors
- Examination of your skin concern or a full-body skin exam
- Skin biopsy, which takes a small sample for testing
- Lifestyle recommendations, such as avoiding sun exposure
- Liquid nitrogen to remove warts or precancerous lesions
- Electrodessication, which uses an electrical current to treat skin concerns
- Removal of lesions or skin cancer cells through surgery
- Referrals to cosmetic skincare providers
When to Arrive for Your Visit
Arrive at least 15 minutes before your appointment to take care of any needed paperwork. If you've seen your dermatologist in the past 12 months, you may arrive at the time of your appointment.
What to Bring
If you have photos of your skin condition and how it's changed over time, bring them. The photos should be clear, well-lit, and dated.