Advanced Dermatology of the Midlands FAQs

Why Choose ADoM?

Advanced Dermatology of the Midlands combines the best physicians, physician assistants, nursing, and administrative staff – all of whom are committed to delivering the best care to you and your family.


Where are your locations?

PRIMARY OFFICE

Sterling Ridge
12910 Pierce Street, Suite 120
Omaha, NE 68144

SECONDARY OFFICE

Valley View
928 Valley View Drive, Suite 10
Council Bluffs, IA 51503

OUTREACH LOCATIONS

Red Oak, Iowa
Clarinda, Iowa

What Insurance do you take at ADoM?

Advanced Dermatology of the Midlands will bill any and all insurance companies. It is up to the insurance company, and their contract with the patient, to determine how much of a visit is covered. We recommend that you contact your insurance company prior to your visit to verify coverage.

What forms of payment does ADoM accept?

ADoM accepts cash, check, and most major credit cards.

Who do I contact if I have questions about my bill?

Our billing supervisor is available at our main location in Omaha, NE to discuss your questions.

What do I need to bring to an appointment with me?

It is important to bring your insurance card and a photo ID to your appointment. If you have medical records relating to the treatment of your skin it may be helpful that you bring this to your appointment so copies may be obtained for your chart. Bring all of your current medications (or at least a list with doses).  Also bring any prescriptions you have already tried for any condition you are seeing us for.  We have some new patient paperwork, including medical forms directly relating to your visit, that you may consider completing prior to your appointment.  Click here for current forms.

When do I need to start seeing a dermatologist?

Skin cancer screenings are appropriate to start in the young adult years, particularly in patients who have a family history of skin cancer, or in people who have had significant sun exposure, or are fair skinned.

We will see patients of any age with any concerns relating to their skin, hair, or nails.

Do I need a referral to be seen at ADoM?

Most insurance plans in this area do not require patients to obtain a referral before making an appointment with one of our physicians or physician assistant. If you are unsure about your own insurance plan, please contact your insurance administrator.

How often do I need to be seen?

Intervals  at which you need to be seen, will vary depending on your diagnosis or care you are receiving.  Our physicians, physician assistants, or staff will be sure to communicate this with you at the end of your appointment.

Does ADoM offer cosmetic treatments?

We offer cosmetic botox treatments, superficial chemical peels, and cosmetic vascular laser treatments with our Vbeam laser.

What conditions can be treated with the Vbeam Perfecta Lase at ADoM?

Our laser is the most advanced of its type, and can be used to treat all of the following:  rosacea, cherry angiomas, port wine stains, spider angioma/ spider telangiectasia, warts, facial veins, certain scars, and stretch marks.

OUR VISION

is to deliver the highest level of dermatological care, using the most advanced technology
and evidenced-based medicine in a personalized and compassionate environment.