Advanced Dermasurgery Associates
Tel: (972) 726-6647
Tel: (972) 317-3376


Getting Ready For Your First Visit

preparing for mohs surgery with your doctor

We will make every effort to accomodate your schedule. Please let us know if you will be traveling so that we can schedule your surgery appropriately.

Advanced Dermasurgery Associates participates in a large number of insurance plans; however, you will need to verify our participation with your particular plan before you come in for an appointment. If you are on a managed care plan, please confirm that we have received a referral and prior authorization for your visit. As a new patient, you will be asked to bring all information relating to your Mohs procedure visit with Advanced Dermasurgery Associates.

The links to the left contain information that will answer many common questions and help ensure a smooth interaction with Advanced Dermasurgery Associates. Before your visit to our Dallas or Highland Village locations, please familiarize yourself with some of the information provided regarding your Mohs procedure.


What to Bring

  • Completed patient information forms*
  • Name, address and phone number of your pharmacy
  • Insurance card(s)
  • Driver’s license
  • Any previous medical records, especially test results

*Please click here for the patient information forms. You can print and fill out your patient information forms before the visit, or plan to arrive early enough to fill them out before your scheduled appointment.



Arrive 10 Minutes Early!

Please review directions to our building and plan to arrive 10 minutes before your appointment (or 30 minutes ahead, if you need to fill out your paperwork at the office).


What Your Visit Will Be Like

On your first visit, we examine your skin cancer, review your medical history and answer your questions. We will also review the pathology report of your skin cancer, give you pre-operative instructions, take measurements and photos of your Mohs surgery site for the Mohs procedure. 

We always keep your referring physician informed of your treatment and date of surgery.

To learn more about the procedure, read our information about preparing for surgery and a description of Mohs surgery.


After the Mohs Procedure

Your cancer-removal journey is not over at the end of the outpatient procedure; all patients must take time to heal and properly care for the treated area to ensure that it has the best outcome possible. We will provide detailed post-operative instructions personalized for your specific case, depending on the size and depth of the affected area, and may refer you to a specialist for additional treatment.

We will also schedule a follow-up appointment to monitor the progress of your healing. View more details about post-op activity here.



See What It’s Like

Here’s one example of a treatment:


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