As the High Country's premiere Dermatology practice, we strive to offer excellence in all areas of skin care in a warm and friendly atmosphere. We offer comprehensive in-house services including General Dermatology, Mohs Surgery, Dermatopathology, and a Medical Aesthetician.
Our two office locations are conveniently located off Highway 321 in Boone, NC near the hospital.
Watauga County, North Carolina
The staff, doctors, and facility are top notch. Such a breath of fresh air compared to my prior "big city" option. 100% recommend.
-Matthew via Google Reviews
We specialize in the evaluation and treatment of disorders of the skin, hair and nails. This includes a wide-range of diseases including skin cancers, moles, dermatitis, eczema, acne, hair loss & psoriasis.
We proudly offer in-house Mohs Surgery. Mohs is a highly-effective treatment for skin cancer which offers the unique benefit of removing as little tissue as possible while allowing the surgeon to see where the cancer stops.
Our board-certified Dermatologists are specially trained to restore the health and beauty of your skin. The majority of dermatologic surgeries are minimally invasive and require only local anesthesia.
We offer many cosmetic procedures including Botox, fillers, peels, and hair removal. It is important to remember that cosmetic procedures are still medical procedures, and our board-certified providers will ensure safe and effective treatment.
We proudly offer in-house Dermatopathology to provide a comprehensive patient-care experience. Any biopsies performed by our dermatologists can be examined by Dr. Brett Summey, our board-certified Dermatopathologist, to determine the pathology of the specimen.
Blue Light (Photodynamic) therapy involves the use of specific light or laser sources to treat a variety of common skin conditions including acne, wrinkles, premalignant skin lesions and some superficial skin cancers.
We offer Narrowband UVB treatment for patients with psoriasis. Narrowband UVB may also be used in the treatment of many other skin conditions including atopic eczema, vitiligo, and cutaneous T-cell lymphoma.