Epiphany Dermatology of Bryan, TX
Meet Your Providers (some providers may service multiple locations)
Terry M. Jones, MD
Specializes in the prevention, detection, and treatment of skin cancer, as well as other disorders of the skin, hair, and nails
Active member of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) and the former president of Brazos County Medical Society
Gene Stancut, MD
Board-certified dermatologist and board-certified Mohs micrographic surgeon
Special interest in skin cancer and cosmetic procedures
Fluent in Romanian
Epiphany Dermatology of Bryan is committed to offering the highest standard of dermatologic care, working collaboratively with our patients to personalize their treatments, yielding the best possible outcomes.
Our board-certified dermatologist and certified physician assistant proudly offer general dermatology, cancer care, and cosmetic services. We are committed to providing compassionate, high-quality dermatologic care to the greater Bryan-College Station community.
Epiphany Dermatology of Bryan serves patients in the entire Brazos Valley including College Station, home of the prestigious Texas A&M University. We are located near the intersection of Briarcrest Drive and Broadmoor Drive behind Planet Fitness.
Mohs Surgery (On-Site Skin Cancer Removal)
Mohs surgery spares the most amount of normal tissue and has the highest cure rates for many non-melanoma and melanoma skin cancers. It’s the gold standard of care in non-melanoma skin cancers and is commonly used in the treatment of some melanomas.
Skin Care Screenings
Skin cancer doesn’t discriminate. Anyone can get skin cancer, whether young or old, fair or dark, and it’s the most common type of cancer in the United States. Most people should have a professional skin examination once a year.
A biopsy is the removal of a piece of skin to help render a diagnosis of skin cancers or inflammatory conditions. Dermatologists biopsy an area to confirm a diagnosis that cannot be rendered with the eyes alone. We need a microscope to be certain.
Skin excision is a surgery where we cut out damaged skin tissue. It is a full-thickness removal — meaning we remove all layers of the tissue (epidermis, dermis, and into the subcutaneous fat layer). We then suture it back together with stitches for optimal healing.
A skin spot referred to as a “precancerous lesion” is usually a specific sun-induced growth called actinic keratosis. It’s one of the most common issues we see in dermatology, and it’s what prompts most patients to schedule their dermatologist visits.
Acne can have a big impact on your life, which is why we take acne treatment very seriously and use aggressive treatment plans when necessary. Our staff is passionate about treating acne to prevent the emotional and physical scars that can last a lifetime.
Dry skin is a very common, benign condition of the skin. Occasionally dry skin can progress to inflammation of the skin (dermatitis). In this case, you may want to visit your dermatologist to discuss treatments that can help improve your symptoms.
A rash is an abnormal change in your skin’s texture or color, usually characterized by a red, scaly irritation on your skin. Because of the sheer number of rashes and their subtle differences, specialized training is required to properly diagnose and treat rashes.
Warts are non-cancerous skin growths that appear when a virus infects the top layer of skin. Although they aren’t dangerous, they are contagious. As with any noticeable change in your skin, it’s best to consult our team, so we can provide treatment options.