Your skin is the largest organ of your body.  Our dermatologists treat all conditions of the skin, hair, and nails – from the top of your head to the soles of your feet, and everything in between.  Some of the more common conditions are:  acne, rashes, eczema, skin cancer, cysts, warts, keratoses, hair loss, warts, sun damage, and skin infections.


  • Cosmetic Dermatology
    We are here to help you find the treatment you need to rejuvenate your skin, and counter the effects of sun and time.  Together we can explore the possibilities – scientifically developed skin care products, a range of mild to advanced skin peels, laser treatments, Botox treatments, an array of wrinkle fillers, microdermabrasion, plastic surgery, etc.
  • Laser Surgery
    We use six different lasers in order to meet your specific needs. 
    We use these lasers for:
    • Skin rejuvenation (e.g., removal of sun damage and skin tightening)
    • Collagen renewal
    • Eradication of broken blood vessels and hemangiomas (“red spots”)
    • Elimination of “spider” veins on the legs
    • Removal of age spots and freckles
    • Eradication of birthmarks
    • Tattoo removal
    • Elimination of rosacea
    • Port wine stain removal
    • Removal of warts
    • Hair removal from the face or body
  • Varicose and Spider Vein Removal
    We employ a variety of techniques depending on the size and nature of the veins to be treated: sclerotherapy and laser treatments offer a non-surgical approach for smaller veins.
  • Skin cancer
    We are experts in evaluating growths of the skin.  We encourage routine skin evaluation for the detection of suspicious lesions (including moles) and the prevention of serious skin cancers.  If treatment is needed, we provide a range of options for you, including in-office surgery.
  • Tattoo removal
    It's estimated that nearly 20 million Americans have tattoos that they no longer want to live with. Until now the only procedures available left scarring in the place of the tattoo. With the aid of laser technology tattoos can be removed with minimal damage to the skin. Specific colored light are utilized to remove specific colored inks from the skin. This method allows the laser process to be customized specifically for your tattoo to reduce the amount of trauma to the skin.

    If you have any questions regarding our tattoo removal process please email us at:
  • Mohs Surgery
    Mohs Surgery is named after Dr. Frederic Mohs, a surgeon who developed the technique in the late 1930s. It is a highly effective type of surgery that can remove skin cancers by excising thin strips of tissue one at a time. After each specimen is removed, it is examined by the Mohs surgeon under a microscope to determine whether cancer remains in the skin, and to precisely map any remaining cancer. If any cancer is left behind, the Mohs surgeon knows exactly where the additional tissue needs to be removed. Due to the precise microscopic mapping technique, only the diseased tissue is removed, thus sparing as much of the normal skin as possible.