Our goal is to provide the best possible dermatologic care individualized to each patient in a comfortable environment.

Getting Ready for Your Visit

We realize that our patients’ time is valuable, and we make every effort to see patients at their scheduled time. We ask that first-time patients arrive 15 minutes before their scheduled appointment time so that there is plenty of time to fill out any needed paperwork.

We ask that patients provide as much advanced notice as possible when running late for an appointment or provide at least 24 hours notice when needing to cancel so the time is available for others who are waiting to schedule an appointment.

What to Bring to Your Appointment


Your insurance card


Any required co-payment


Referral forms (if required)


List of all prescription and over-the-counter medications that you are currently taking


Pertinent medical and surgical history information (If you desire to have your medical records sent to our office you may request to fill out a release of medical records from our office or from the previous doctor’s office.)


X-ray films/Laboratory data/Pathology reports (if relevant)

New Patients

If you would like to fill out your information before your first appointment, please click on our “New Patient Paperwork” below to download and print out our forms. Please advise there may be some forms in office we will still need your signature on.  Thank you.

New Patient

Preparation for Moh’s Micrographic Surgery



Payments and Insurance

True Dermatology participates in most major insurance plans and will bill your insurance carrier as a courtesy to you. Copays and deductibles are the responsibility of the patient.  Because insurance plans vary greatly, it is your responsibility to contact your insurance carrier to determine eligibility, copay, deductible and referral requirements prior to your appointment.

Please bring your insurance card(s) and photo identification to all appointments.

Most Insurances Accepted.

Some More Info 

Patients with Insurance

Most Insurances Accepted

Minor Patients

For all services rendered to minor patients, we will hold the parent or guardian accompanying the minor responsible for expenses incurred during the visit.


Payments can be made by cash, MasterCard, VISA, American Express, or Discover.  Patient balances are due upon receipt of the statement.