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Looking for a dermatologist? At the WELL Health Clinic Network, we provide quick and convenient access to the care you need. Our expert dermatologists are committed to delivering exceptional care, assisting you every step of the way.  

Dermatology Near You

Your Dermatology Questions Answered

Dermatologists specialize in health issues relating to the skin, hair and nails, such as dandruff, dermatitis, photoaging, rashes, rosacea, skin tags, skin cancer and warts. Treatment can be for both medical and cosmetic disorders and use a variety of medications, therapies and surgeries to address a spectrum of different conditions.

A dermatologist can diagnose most common conditions through a visual examination. More in-depth diagnostic methods include patch tests, such as for allergies, or a biopsy which involves taking a sample from the target area.

Common conditions dermatologists treat include: 

  • Acne 
  • Eczema 
  • Psoriasis 
  • Hair Loss 
  • Fungal Infections 
  • Excessive Sweating 

It may be beneficial to see a dermatologist in-clinic for an assessment and examination if you are experiencing any irregular symptoms in areas such as your skin, hair, or nails. These symptoms could include hair loss, dandruff, rashes, lesions, or changes to your skin.

For medical skin conditions, such as acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, and skin cancer, you need a referral from your family doctor to see a dermatologist. Other physicians, like walk-in doctors, may also refer you to a dermatologist if appropriate.

To ensure the dermatologist can provide an accurate diagnosis during your appointment, you can help by noting any concerns and answers in advance.  

Consider when the problem(s) first appeared, potential causes of connections, if anything helps your symptoms and any other descriptive details. 

You can also get the most out of your appointment with the dermatologist with the below tips:  

  • Don’t wear makeup if the dermatologist needs to be able to examine your face.  
  • Collect or take photos to show your dermatologist whether your systems tend to flare, helping to illustrate ebbs and flows. 
  • Wear loose clothing so you can adjust or remove clothing to show the affected area(s). 


Your initial appointment will usually take between five to thirty minutes, depending on your individual needs. Your dermatologist will ask for a description of your symptoms and the reason for the appointment, allowing them to determine the best course of treatment. And, if necessary, your dermatologist may recommend a follow-up appointment.   

You can use the WELL Clinics website to find a dermatologist near you. If you are already a patient with a WELL Health dermatologist, you can use the button below to book an appointment.

If you don’t have a referral or requisition but would like to see a dermatologist, book with your family doctor. Alternatively, you can use our clinic map to find a primary care clinic or telehealth service and request a referral.