Consultation fees

Consultation with a dermatologist: Starting at $300

Service available at these clinics

Medical dermatology

Our specialized dermatology team is on hand for consultations, diagnoses, and the treatment and prevention of diseases of the skin, mucous membranes (mouth and genitals), hair and nails.

Conditions we treat

  • Skin cancers (carcinoma, melanoma, etc.)
  • Moles (beauty marks)
  • Skin tags (acrochordons)
  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Lichen planus
  • Acne
  • Rosacea (Couperose)
  • Herpes (Cold sores)
  • Warts and Molluscum contagiosum
  • Boils (furuncles)
  • Keratoses
  • Nail fungal infection (Onychomycosis)
  • Skin redness
  • Itching
  • Infections
  • Seborrheic dermatitis
  • Perioral dermatitis
  • Extraction of milia
  • Scars
  • Hives (urticaria)
  • Alopecia (Hair loss)
  • Vitiligo and other pigment disorders
  • Bullous diseases

Frequently asked questions

What are the steps involved in an initial consultation?

You will first meet with a specialized dermatology nurse, then with the dermatologist. In order to establish a diagnosis, the dermatologist will, depending on the purpose of the consultation, carry out a complete evaluation that may include questions about the nature of the problem, the date of onset of symptoms, their intensity, as well as a physical and skin exam, if required.
Some skin diseases may reflect an underlying medical condition, and may require additional tests such as blood tests, skin biopsies, imaging, etc.

Will the consultation be performed by a specialist?

Yes, dermatology consultations are performed by a certified dermatologist or a dermatologist certified by the Royal College of Doctors and Surgeons of Canada.

Do I need a doctor’s referral to see your dermatologist?


For a skin problem, is it better to consult a general practitioner or a dermatologist?

With extensive training and experience in dermatology, dermatologists are doctors who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of all skin, hair and nail problems.
As their title suggests, general practitioners are multi-skilled in medicine. Their expertise in dermatology, however, is less in-depth than that of dermatologists. If you have a skin problem, it’s advisable to consult a dermatologist for a more precise diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

How often should I have my skin checked?

Regular skin examinations are crucial for the early detection of skin cancer and other dermatological problems. The frequency of examinations may vary depending on your risk factors. It is recommended that adults see a dermatologist for a complete body skin examination at least once a year. However, if you notice any changes in moles, spots or lesions, it’s essential to make an appointment immediately.

At LeBlanc + Savaria clinics, scheduling a consultation with a dermatologist is easy. Book your appointment today.

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