The science that is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the skin, hair and nails.
Procedures including (but not limited to) Botox, collagen injections, chemical peels, dermabrasion, laser surgery, and non-invasive surgery.
The basis of naturopathic medicine is the belief that the human body has an innate healing ability. Naturopathic doctors educate patients emphasizing prevention through the use of diet, exercise, lifestyle changes and cutting edge natural therapies to improve the bodies’ ability to ward off and combat disease. When evaluating a patient, they are viewed as a complex, interrelated system, not as an individual medical disease.
Intensive research focusing on basic laboratory investigation of skin inflammation, skin cancer, keratinocyte biology, wound healing, epithelial stem cell research, cutaneous aging, and translational projects to develop solutions and treatments to unique skin diseases and conditions.
Established in 2004, Dermatology Associates of Seattle brings decades of experience and a talented and diverse dermatology staff to the Denny Triangle neighborhood. Dermatology Associates of Seattle provides a full range of both clinical and cosmetic dermatology services, ranging from the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer to the rejuvenation of aging, sun-damaged skin. We take pride in the care of our patients by promoting optimal health utilizing innovative and personalized treatment plans.
Under the leadership of Medical Officer and founder Dr. Peter Jenkin, MD, our offices are staffed with experienced and passionate board-certified dermatologists, certified physician assistants, and licensed aestheticians, dedicated to addressing all of your skin care needs. We take pride in making dermatology services accessible to the greater Seattle metropolitan area, with same day responses to all of our patient requests and ASAP scheduling. Dermatology Associates of Seattle provides hundreds of patients with healthy and beautiful skin solutions every day.
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