Epiphany Dermatology - Tulsa, OK
Meet Your Providers (some providers may service multiple locations)
Andrea M. Jurgens, MD, MPH, FAAD
Board-certified dermatologist that specializes in general and surgical dermatology
Completed her residency at the world-renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, where she also served as Chief Resident
Has treated both common and rare skin conditions in adult and pediatric patients from all over the world
Erin Roberts, MD, FAAD
Board-certified dermatologist who treats a variety of other general, medical, pediatric, and cosmetic dermatology conditions
Specializes in the prevention, detection, and treatment of skin cancer including Mohs micrographic surgery and skin reconstruction
Her work has contributed to a host of publications in major dermatology journals
Kristen Albright, PA-C
Certified physician assistant with over 10 years of dermatology experience
Passion for skin cancer detection and treatment
Member of the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants
Epiphany Dermatology of Tulsa 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 providers treat all skin conditions including general dermatology, cosmetic procedures, and skin cancer treatments. We work closely with our patients in delivering the highest standard of dermatologic care.
Epiphany Dermatology of Tulsa is located just north of TTCU/Tulsa Teachers Credit Union off of 101st E Ave, near Hwy 169 and E 81st St.
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 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.
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 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.
Psoriasis is an inflammation in the skin driven by the body’s own immune system. The inflammation in the skin causes red, itchy, and scaly lesions mainly around elbows, knees and scalp. While not contagious, it’s important to seek the help of a dermatologist.