How to find a good doctor in Kansas?

Hi Dr. Irwin, First of all, thank you so much for putting this website together. It's very helpful and much appreciated! I saw your list of recommended dermatologists, however, Kansas wasn't on the list. I'm currently residing in Kansas and need to see a dermatologist, but I'm scared I will not pick a "good" one. I have been researching and researching, but I haven't had any luck finding a dermatologist that stands out amongst the rest, which to me doesn't seem like a good sign. I don't want to just trust anybody with my skincare, so if you know of any respectable dermatologists in the Wichita, Topeka, Lawrence or Kansas City areas, I'd really appreciate your input. Thank you so much. Keep up the fabulous work!

I really wish we had great doctors in all areas to put on the site.  I know there are many out there that we just don’t know about.  We try to add good docs as we find out about them from a source we can reasonably verify.  Also, we do takes doctors off the site occasionally based on reader feedback.  Also, even with a good doctor and a nice person (you the reader), the fit may not be good.  It’s important to find someone you feel comfortable with.  Here’s a link to how to recognize a good doctor from your own research.  Dr. I

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