What should I bring to my first visit?

Please bring a valid photo ID, insurance card(s), and a list of any prescriptions you are currently taking. If you have had any skin condition tests (for example, a skin biopsy), please bring a copy of the results.

Will I be able to drive after my Surgery Procedure?

Yes, for most of the procedures we perform at Yellowstone Dermatology Associates, you will be able to drive afterwards. For Mohs surgery, however, we do recommend having someone assist you. (Bandage could impair driving if it is on your face.)

What is an out of network provider?

This is a provider which is outside of the network of your insurance company for reimbursement at a negotiated rate. Generally, health plans offer coverage for out of network providers, however, your patient responsibility may be higher. It is a good idea to contact your insurance company ahead of time so that you fully understand your insurance coverage regarding out of network care.

Are you open on Saturdays?

Yes! If you need a consultation or want to discuss your treatment, you can reach out to us and get an appointment for Saturdays. Most working individuals are not free during work days. This makes it difficult for them to get medical attention. However, we work Saturdays so you can get the medical attention you need. The clinic will remain open from 9 am to 12 pm.

Do you have walk-ins?

We do not offer walk-ins. If you want to seek medical attention for your skin, you can contact us via our website or at (406) 702-1323 to book an appointment with our best skin experts.

Do you have same-day urgent appointments?

If you need an urgent appointment, you can reach out to us on our contact number (406) 702-1323 and tell us about your medical condition. We will try our best to accommodate you on the same day so you can immediately get the medical help you need.

How do you treat skin cancer?

Yellowstone Dermatology Associates offers different treatment methods for different types of skin cancer. With us, you can go for any option that offers the best solution for your skin cancer. The treatment methods include traditional surgery, topical medicines, scraping and burning, freezing, radiation and Mohs micrographic surgery.

Our medical experts will review your cancer and then determine which treatment option is the best fit for you. Schedule an appointment today and get the treatment you need.

Do you treat basal cells?

Basal Cell Carcinoma is a common type of skin cancer. It is mostly local, and if you get an early diagnosis, there is a very high chance of complete recovery. If you have pink lesions or wounds that are not healing, you must get checked for basal cell carcinoma. Our treatment options include cryotherapy, excision and Mohs surgery.

Get an appointment to discuss all your treatment options with our experts.

Do you offer Mohs surgery?

Among all the skin cancer treatment surgeries, Mohs surgery is the best possible option. It is very effective and is only offered by a surgeon who has trained accordingly.

Yellowstone Dermatology Associates is one of the few clinics that offer Mohs Surgery. We have trained professionals with several years of experience who can help you accordingly.

What should I expect with Mohs surgery?

If you plan to get Mohs surgery, you must know that this surgery is done when the patient is awake. Only the area of the intended surgery will be numbed using a local anesthetic. The surgery is done in-house, and the surgeon will first remove the cancerous skin and examine it to see the margins and determine whether all the malignancy is removed.

The procedure is often repeated to ensure that they have surgically removed all of the cancer.

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