Oklahoma City Location:

926 S.W. 107th Street, Suite 100
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73170

Monday – Thursday 8:00AM – 4:30PM
Friday 8:00AM – 3:30PM
Please call: (405) 735-9788
Fax: (405) 735-9882

Norman Location:

3960 W. Tecumseh Road, Suite 120
Norman, Oklahoma 73072

Monday – Thursday 8:00AM – 4:30PM
Friday 8:00AM – 3:30PM
Please call: (405) 217-3886
Fax: (405) 217-3418

Edmond Location:

1290 W. Covell Road, Suite 208
Edmond, Oklahoma 73003

Monday – Thursday 8:00AM – 4:30PM
Friday 8:00AM – 3:30PM
Please call: (405) 888-5155
Fax: (405) 888-5161

Cancellations & Late Policy

If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, we kindly ask that you call our office at least 24 hours in advance. In the event that you are running late, please call our office. If you are running more than 15 minutes late, your appointment may be delayed or rescheduled to accommodate other scheduled patients.

Insurance Plans Accepted

While we do accept most major medical insurance plans, we encourage our patients to contact their health insurance company to verify benefits in order to minimize out-of-pocket costs. If we are not a participating provider on your plan, you will be expected to pay for services provided at the time they are rendered.

  • Aetna 
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • BCBS Traditional
  • BCBS Plan 65 Select
  • BlueLincs HMO
  • Blue Choice
  • Blue Preferred
  • Blue Advantage
  • Bright Health
  • ChampVA
  • Chickasaw Nation
  • Cigna
  • Community Care
  • Preferred Community Choice
  • Coventry 
  • First Health
  • Evolutions
  • GEHA
  • Golden Rule
  • Healthcare Highways
  • HealthChoice
  • HealthSmart
  • Humana ChoiceCare
  • Humana Gold Choice/HMO
  • Integris Health Partners
  • Kempton Group
  • Medicaid/SoonerCare* – Edmond Office Only
  • Medicare
  • Medica
  • Multiplan
  • PHCS
  • OSMA Health
  • Tricare Humana Military
  • United Healthcare Choice Plus
  • United Healthcare – AARP Medicare Complete HMO/PPO
  • UMR
  • USA Managed Care
  • Wellcare

* We are currently considered ‘pending’ for these plans. We will update our website as we become approved by these plans.

About the Patient Portal

At Lam Dermatology and Associates, we offer our patients a way to participate in their healthcare through our Patient Portal. Upon scheduling your appointment, you will be given a username and password which gives you access to your healthcare information needs. Please access this site and complete the information as outlined below before your upcoming appointment:

For security reasons, we highly recommend that you change the password provided immediately after logging into Portal. To do so, upon successful login, click on the yellow ‘Reset Password’ link located in the upper right hand corner of the screen. Your new password must contain at least one uppercase letter and one number. Your password is unique and gives you access to your medical records, so write it down in a safe location.

You are now able to start coordinating your healthcare information.

Note: Once you have changed your password using these instructions and for any reason require that password to be reset, you will need to stop by our office. For security reasons we will not be able to reset your password otherwise.

Visit the Patient Portal

Frequently Asked Questions

Dermatologists are specialists in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the skin, hair, and nails. The training to become a dermatologist typically includes four years of medical school, one year of internship, and an additional three years in specialized dermatology training. Some dermatologists also complete fellowships. Throughout this training, dermatologists are required to take comprehensive examinations and a board certification examination, given by the American Board of Dermatology.

From newborn babies to the elderly, dermatologists play a role in the care of skin issues. Children frequently require dermatology visits to help manage common conditions such as birthmarks, eczema, warts, and other rashes. Adolescents typically see dermatologists for treatment of acne and other skin conditions. Adults and older adults often require specialized dermatologic care to evaluate and treat various conditions such as moles, sun damage, pre-cancerous condition, and skin cancers. If you have cosmetic concerns such as wrinkles, facial volume loss, excessive hair growth, or skin pigment changes, you should have a consultation with a dermatologist to explore treatment options.

Everyone, regardless of age, should plan to see a dermatologist once a year for a skin exam. Patients with a previous history of a skin condition or skin cancer will require more frequent visits. A full body skin exam will allow your dermatologist to examine all of your moles, as well as all potential skin problems you may have. 

After examining your medical history and records, the dermatologist will conduct a thorough examination of your skin. We will formulate a diagnosis and discuss treatment options. Your questions are welcome at any time during the visit. We are happy to address any concerns you may have.

Most patients do not require a referral. If you would like to have a consultation, please call our office and we will schedule an appointment for you. Please note that some health insurance policies may require a referral or prior authorizations for certain treatments. We encourage all of our patients to verify their coverage by contacting the insurance company directly.

We encourage all of our patients to verify their coverage by contacting the insurance company directly.

Most Affordable Care Act plans will allow office visits in full (with only a copayment due from the patient) but procedures are subject to the deductible. You should review your plan details to get an idea of how your insurance will process your claims.

A dermatologist should never immediately remove a lesion without a thorough exam. The patient may be on medication that could cause bleeding or have other problems that would make lesion removal unadvisable. A visit is necessary to accurately diagnose the problem and to recommend proper treatment.

Insurance pays for medically-necessary lesion removal, but some lesions do not exhibit symptoms that make their removal necessary. You may still want those lesions removed, because you don’t like the way they look. Those are considered “cosmetic” and insurance does not pay for their removal. We have a reduced fee schedule and we will tell you in advance the cost for their removal.

Dermatology procedures can always be scheduled—it is very rare for a skin disorder to be considered “urgent care”. Rather, these procedures are considered “elective”, so they can generally be scheduled to be performed when it is affordable for the patient. Therefore, it is reasonable to expect payment at the time of service.

Our policy is that the parent who brings the child for treatment is responsible for paying the bill. We cannot be a party in any divorce action, and it is not ethical for our office to bill a party who may have no knowledge that an expense is incurred. If you must take court action to enforce the terms of the divorce, we will provide you with adequate records so that you can recover payment through the court system. Under no circumstances will our office waive payment pending the result of your legal conflict.