I went in because my granddaughter kept bugging me about a thing on my leg. I received an appointment quickly, arrived and was checked in with no problem, and after a short wait was taken to a room. Dr. Anderson came in within minutes, did a biopsy, told me since it hadn’t been there very long I should relax and I’d get a call either way. The biopsy was positive, according to an MA, and they were waiting for my insurance to approve a MOHS procedure. She explained what that was, what I could expect, and answered my questions patiently, with confidence and empathy. Approval received, I settled into a very adjustable and comfortable chair to be numbed up prior to the appearance of Doctor Hu. Her assistant had already sterilized the area and numbed me up a whole bunch, so everything was ready for the doctor. She explained she would remove a layer, take it to pathology to be cleared, and that’s it. It didn’t quite go that way, and the poor nurse practitioner was cauterizing for a very long time before she could bandage and take a break! This was repeated several times, which surprised Dr. Hu and myself. She asked questions about a condition I have that affects collagen production and can make wound healing and skin integrity issues in any surgery. Last slice before bone was clear and precautionary measures were taken to insure my ‘wound’ would heal correctly, without complications of any kind. She shared her disappointment it was so deep and also explained why she felt that was. I went back the next day for a ‘uniboot’ to improve healing, reduce risk of infection, and call it a day. She called me at home about 8:30 pm just to check in! I’m impressed every time I I need an appointment there with the knowledge, patience, and support of everyone from the reception desk to the surgeon, and would highly recommend Specialists in Dermatology for everyone, of any age or ethnicity, no matter the ease of severity of their issue. Thank you Dr. Hu!