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Skin Cancer: Dr. Dupati is an  Expert

Skin Cancer: Dr. Dupati is an Expert

In addition to being a board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Dupati is also a board-certified Mohs Surgeon and a skin cancer specialist. Dr. Dupati has diagnosed and successfully treated countless cases of skin cancer for his patients and is an expert in this critical...
Why should I have my dermatology surgery done at Apollo Dermatology?

Why should I have my dermatology surgery done at Apollo Dermatology?

Dr. Dupati, is a board-certified dermatologist Dermatology surgeries at Apollo Dermatology Require NO FACILITY FEES More about why you should have your dermatology surgery procedure done at Apollo Dermatology: In addition to having Dr. Dupati, a board-certified...
Skin Cancer Screenings: You Can Trust Your Board-Certified Dermatologist

Skin Cancer Screenings: You Can Trust Your Board-Certified Dermatologist

Skin Cancer Screenings and the Expertise of Board Certified Dermatologists Board-certified dermatologists are the only trained professionals (physicians or otherwise) who can perform the highest level skin cancer screening for patients. Throughout their residency...
Merkel Cell Carcinoma

Merkel Cell Carcinoma

What is Merkel Cell Carcinoma (MCC)? Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC) is a rare type of skin cancer. It is so named because it starts when cells in the skin called Merkel cells begin to grow out of control. MCC grows quickly and can be difficult to treat if it spreads...
“Does My Insurance Cover This Dermatology Treatment?”

“Does My Insurance Cover This Dermatology Treatment?”

Insurance Plans: What’s Covered and What’s not Many, but not all dermatology procedures are covered by most insurance plans. Some facts about insurance coverage for treatments at Apollo Dermatology The question of insurance is perhaps one of the most...
Squamous Cell Carcinoma (Squamous Cell Skin Cancer)

Squamous Cell Carcinoma (Squamous Cell Skin Cancer)

Squamous cell carcinomas are the second most common skin cancers in the world. Although men are more likely to develop these skin cancers, thousands of women develop them squamous cell carcinomas yearly as well. It most often presents in the latter half of life....