Epiphany Dermatology of Georgetown, TX
Meet Your Providers (some providers may service multiple locations)
Mary Evers, DO, FAOCD, FAAD
Board-certified dermatologist with a special interest in medical dermatology
Researched the prevalence of skin infections in cancer patients
Fellow of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology (AOCD) and the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)
Melody Vander Straten, MD, FAAD
Board-certified dermatologist that specializes in the prevention, detection, and treatment of skin cancer
Served for five years as a medical officer in the Navy
Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)
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 Georgetown is committed to offering the highest standard of dermatologic care, working collaboratively with our patients to personalize their treatments and yield the best possible outcomes.
Our board-certified dermatologists emphasize preventive skin care and recommend a yearly full body skin examination for early detection of atypical moles, precancerous skin lesions, and skin cancer. We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the skin, hair, and nails for all age groups.
We are conveniently located off Interstate 35 in the first building north of St. David's Georgetown Hospital. Please park in front of building 1900 or in the parking ramp to the right. We are located on the second floor at 1900 Scenic Dr, Suite #2208.
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.
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.
Sun spots are light brown to tan spots that appear on the skin and are usually from sun exposure. The most common body areas affected are the face, shoulders, arms, and hands. They are usually benign, however, skin cancer can develop a lesion.
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.
Have you ever had a rash that just wouldn’t go away? Many people don’t know they have an allergy because reactions are often delayed. Patch testing involves applying a purified allergen to a person’s skin to see if it causes an allergic reaction.
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.
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.