Appointments & Inquiries: Dermatology Associates serving the Portland Metro Area
Urgent Care Appointments Available.  Fax: 503-244-5963

Medical and cosmetic skin care for the whole family.

Established in 1983, Dermatology Associates is one of the pre-eminent dermatology practices in the Pacific Northwest. We provide caring, personalized, highly professional and skilled skin care for the entire family.

General Dermatology

Dermatology Associates in Tigard specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the skin, hair, and nails. We help you maintain your skin in the best possible condition, paying attention to both health and appearance concerns.  At Dermatology Associates we see infants, children, adolescents, and adults of all ages.  We are experts in treating:

· Acne and rosacea
· Rashes
· Warts
· Moles and “bumps”
· Sun damage and …

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Cosmetic Dermatology

At Dermatology Associates we know how to help you look and feel your best. Dermatology Associates’s doctors are among Portland’s premier cosmetic dermatologists, specializing in the use of:

· BOTOX®,  Restylane®,  Radiesse® ,  Juvederm™ and Sculptra™ for facial lines and drooping.
· BOTOX® for excess sweating of the underarms and hands
· Chemical  peels for pigment problems and fine lines
· Sclerotherapy for spider veins on the legs
· Laser therapy for facial veins

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Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, affecting more than one million Americans each year. People often have multiple skin cancers during their lifetime. If you have any questions about skin cancers or their treatment, please be sure to discuss them with your Dermatology Associates provider.

If you have a spot or bump that concerns you, please contact the office immediately to schedule an appointment.


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Mohs Micrographic Surgery

Mohs Micrographic Surgery (Mohs) is the state of the art for treating difficult skin cancers. It has the best cure rate of any method used to treat skin cancer. Also, it makes the smallest hole possible to remove the cancer. Smaller holes heal faster and are easier to reconstruct if necessary.

Mohs is almost always performed under local anesthesia in an outpatient setting. It is recommended for tumors located on the eyelids, nose, lips, ears, and fingers, where tissue conservation is crucial. It may also be ...

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