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Adult Dermatologists

Frustrated with dermatologic issues such as acne, rashes, or warts? Washington University’s certified adult dermatologists take your skin health seriously and offer the most advanced dermatologic health care to treat a wide range of skin, hair, and nail conditions, including skin cancer.

Adult Dermatology Services

Washington University’s adult dermatology doctors are among the nation’s leading dermatologic experts in diagnosis and treatment of all conditions associated with the skin, including:
• Skin cancer
• Acne
• Blistering diseases
• Eczema
• Hypersensitivity disorders
• Leg veins
• Melanomas
• Mole removal
• Phototherapy
• Psoriasis
• Rashes
• Spider veins
• Warts
• Hemangiomas
• Dermatitis
• Vulvovaginal disorders

Washington University adult dermatologists treat all skin conditions, from acne and rashes to skin cancer. Our dermatologic surgeons work in collaboration with the adult dermatologist and/or referring physician and patient to identify the most effective treatment available.

Services include:
• Mohs micrographic surgery for treatment of skin cancer
• Dermabrasion and scar revision
• Laser surgery
• Cutaneous reconstruction
• Cosmetic rejuvenation
• Fillers and injections
• Sclerotherapy for leg veins
• Other specialized procedures to treat skin problems include PUVA and UVB phototherapy.

For appointments, call:
Washington University Medical Center campus: (314) 362-2643
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital campus:
General dermatology: (314) 996-8010
Dermatologic surgery: (314) 996-8810
St. Peters: (636) 447-5197
Center for Advanced Medicine - South County: (314) 942-6386

For a specific dermatologic condition and your preference in language, use our tool to find an adult dermatology doctor or physician to help you.

Clinical trials play an important role in Washington University's development of new treatment options for skin diseases. The dermatology clinical trials unit is nationally recognized for developing and participating in clinical therapeutic trials. For information on dermatology clinical trials, please contact Mary Tabacchi, clinical research coordinator, at (314) 362-8171.