Virtual Consultations with The Gill Center

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As you may be aware, Governor Abbott ordered the closing of all nonessential Texas businesses from April 2 to April 30. We believe this will help ensure the health and safety of residents throughout the state and encourage you to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus by remaining home as much as possible.

For those of you who scheduled dermatology or plastic surgery appointments at our practice in The Woodlands during that time, never fear. We’ll work together to reschedule.

Even though we’re not performing procedures at this time, we are still here to serve you. We are maintaining minimum staffing levels to respond to your emails and phone calls and to conduct virtual consultations. These consultations are for individuals who are planning plastic surgery procedures in the near future and individuals concerned about skin conditions normally treated by a dermatologist. We’re also offering cosmetic skincare consultations.

We’re conducting our virtual consultations using various platforms, including FaceTime, Skype, or Zoom. This service is available for both new and established patients. The consultations will be very similar to what patients experience in our office. They will be detailed visits, enabling Dr. Paul Gill or Dr. Anita Gill to outline a treatment plan (including prescriptions for dermatology patients) and recommend cosmetic procedures that would best fit the individual patient’s needs.

For anyone with a long-term follow-up appointment scheduled, we will work with you to delay nonessential appointments for now and reschedule as soon as possible.

The Gill Center also offers curbside purchases of skincare products.

To plan for a procedure once Texas businesses reopen, request a consultation using the online form. You can also call us to schedule a virtual consultation with either of our board-certified specialists.

We also encourage you to follow our Facebook and Instagram accounts for up-to-date information (and perhaps some fun). By staying well-informed (get the latest information from the CDC), practicing social distancing, and being kind to each other, we’ll get through this difficult time together.

Thank you for your understanding.

Dr. Paul S. Gill and Dr. Anita A. Gill

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