Get Your Rash Checked Out by a Dermatologist

Published on: July 19, 2017

Having a skin irritation can ruin anyone’s day. Nobody wants to do anything or go anywhere, when they have red spots or itchiness bothering them. Rather than wasting time and money making a self diagnosis, get an appointment with your dermatologist who has been trained to distinguish differences in skin irritations. Here are just four reasons to make that call.

  1. Specific diagnosis. Your dermatologist has spent a lot of time learning about skin and all its different ailments. Having them check out your irritation will help you be able to get skin rash treatment as needed.
  2. Save time. Getting in with a specialist, will save you time second guessing what you have and whether it’s contagious. They will get you medicated right away so that you can get on with the rest of your life.
  3. Save money. Self diagnosis can end up costing a lot of money. You spend money trying different remedies and you might even miss out on some work, waiting for it to clear up. Making an appointment and getting a quick prescription can many times be covered by insurance and get you back to work in no time at all.
  4. Quick relief. Just like you are trained to solve a certain problem in your job, dermatologists are qualified to diagnose skin problems. They can diagnose your rash and give you back the comfort and relief you need to get things done.

Rashes may seem small, but the can quickly become a large irritation, not just affecting your skin but your overall wellness. Make an appointment with your certified dermatologist today, to save time and money, get diagnosed, and get the quick relief you need. They will be sure to have you on your way to feeling better in no time.

Posted on behalf of:
Olansky Dermatology Associates
Peachtree Lenox Building
3379 Peachtree Road #500
Atlanta, GA 30326
(404) 355-5484

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