If you have a skin condition, you can have a virtual consultation with a Dermatologist by taking photos of your skin and submitting them to a Dermatologist through the DermCheck App. A Dermatologist will review the photos along with your medical history and will give you a customized treatment plan, similar to an in-office Dermatology visit. If prescriptions are needed, they are sent electronically to the pharmacy of your choice.
If you’re not happy with your visit, you get your money back. Simple.
Currently we evaluate and treat the following conditions:
We would like you to try our virtual Dermatologists, for three visits, free. These include the consultation with the dermatologist, prescriptions sent to your pharmacy, and a 30 day post visit dialogue with your doctor. Here are the rules and conditions. All visits must be completed by 10/31/2015, otherwise voided. No purchase necessary. No cash value. No substitutions permitted. Not valid if prohibited by law. Not valid with any other coupons or discounts. This program can be cancelled at any time without notice. Limit 1 voucher per patient.
California and Maryland.
All photographs and medical histories are reviewed by top U.S. Dermatologists who hold an active license to practice in your own state. Our team ensures that every physician goes through a rigorous selection process and background check.
No. Every photograph is evaluated by a Dermatologist. No computer programs are used to generate any report.
Yes, every visit includes a 30 day post visit dialogue with your Dermatologist at no additional cost.
The price is only $39.95.
Unfortunately, we don’t accept any insurance at the moment.
No. We do not share any personal information with anyone. All information is fully encrypted, HIPAA compliant, and on secure servers behind Firewalls and SSL certificates. (SSL certificate provided by GeoTrust.)
Our doctors are the top US dermatologist practicing in your own state. Please visit our doctors section for the list of doctors.
No. The doctors treating you hold an active medical license to practice in your own state.