how our virtual dermatology assessments work
Answer a few quick questions online about your symptoms and take a photo of your spot, rash, or skin concern.
Virtual dermatology assessment
In under 24 hours, a board-certified dermatologist will respond with your assessment and, if needed, prescribe medication or guide you on the next steps of care.
Faster In-Person Appointments
While most consultations are managed with an in-person referral, our team will expedite an in-person referral to a dermatologists if we determine a biopsy or labs are appropriate.
Meet Your Team of board certified dermatologists
Dr. Beth Goldstein
Board certified dermatologist and skin cancer surgeon, Dr. Beth Goldstein is the co-founder and CEO of Modern Ritual.
Dr. Knox Beasley
Dr. Beasley is board-certified dermatologist and is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. He currently lives in North Carolina and enjoys spending his free time outdoors with his friends and family.
Dr. Meghan Crute
Dr. Crute is a Board-Certified Dermatologist and entrepreneur based in Ohio with extensive training across multiple dermatologic issues and areas
HOW CAN YOU ACCESS A DERMATOLOGIST?
Get Answers in Hours
Dr. Goldstein and our team of leading board-certified dermatologists will help to diagnose and treat you for the most common and critical skin concerns, all from the comfort of your home
Skin lesions we can assess
Tele-dermatology can provide invaluable support to primary care providers who have patients presenting with acne but are unsure of the best treatments or would like a second opinion. With a primary care provider performing a spot check, our virtual dermatology group can quickly diagnose and provide treatment recommendations for patients with acne, helping primary care providers to manage their patients' conditions more effectively. This can be particularly useful in cases where patients may have more complex acne cases that require specialized care. Our virtual dermatology group can also offer guidance on proper skin care routines, reducing the likelihood of future acne breakouts. By partnering with a virtual dermatology group, primary care providers can ensure their patients receive the best possible care for their acne, leading to healthier skin.
Virtual dermatology can be an invaluable resource for primary care providers who have patients presenting with rashes. A spot check from a primary care provider sent to a virtual dermatology group can help diagnose common rash types, such as eczema, psoriasis, hives, and contact dermatitis, providing treatment recommendations to help manage their patients' conditions more effectively. This is particularly helpful for rashes that may be difficult to diagnose or require specialized care. By partnering with a tele-dermatology group, primary care providers can ensure their patients receive the best possible care for their rashes, leading to healthier, clearer skin and improved quality of life.
Tele-dermatology can play a crucial role in helping primary care providers diagnose and manage skin cancer. Skin cancer is a serious condition that affects millions of people worldwide and can be deadly if left untreated. There are several types of skin cancer, including melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma. A spot check with a virtual dermatology group can help diagnose these types of skin cancer early, increasing the likelihood of successful treatment. Additionally, tele-dermatology can help address the shortage of dermatologists in many areas, making it easier for patients in underserved communities to access specialized care. By partnering with a virtual dermatology group, primary care providers can ensure their patients receive the best possible care for their skin cancer, leading to better outcomes and improved quality of life.
Virtual dermatology groups can be an effective resource for primary care providers who have patients presenting with warts. Warts can be challenging to treat, however, a spot check with a virtual dermatology group can help diagnose the type of wart and provide recommendations for treatment, helping primary care providers to manage their patients' conditions most effectively. Additionally, virtual dermatology groups can offer guidance on proper future solutions to help prevent future warts. By partnering with a virtual dermatology group, primary care providers can ensure their patients receive the best possible care for their warts, leading to healthy skin and improved quality of life.
Virtual dermatology can be an important resource for primary care providers who have patients with skin wounds. Skin wounds can range from minor cuts and scrapes to more serious injuries that require specialized care. They can occur due to accidents, medical conditions, or surgical procedures. If not treated properly, skin wounds can lead to infections and other complications. A spot check with a virtual dermatology group can help diagnose and provide recommendations for the treatment of common types of skin wounds, such as pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers, and venous ulcers. By partnering with a virtual dermatology group, primary care providers can ensure that their patients receive specialized care for their skin wounds, leading to faster healing and improved quality of life. Virtual dermatology can also help address the shortage of dermatologists in many areas, making it easier for patients in underserved communities to access specialized care. By using virtual dermatology to treat skin wounds, primary care providers can offer their patients the best possible care, leading to better outcomes and faster healing.
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Jason B | Patient
"I heard back in the same day from a board certified dermatologist, which normally might have taken me 6 months in-person. It only took a few minutes to submit and get set up!"
- Dr. Beth Goldstein,
Dermatologist and Co-Founder Modern Ritual
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