Our Care Philosophy
We believe in the power of healthy. At Alaska Center for Dermatology, we understand that getting outdoors to enjoy the extraordinary beauty of Alaska is essential for a person’s well-being.
Maintaining an active outdoor lifestyle can pose serious threats to otherwise healthy skin because of the additional exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation and the harsh winter conditions in Alaska. That’s why we provide comprehensive, and highly personalized care for patients of all ages and skin types.
A unique aspect of our practice is that we provide continuous care across various areas, from Medical Dermatology and Mohs Skin Cancer Surgery to Pediatric Dermatology and Cosmetic Dermatology. This allows us to provide the highest-possible-quality Dermatology care under the purview of one medical practice.
Our entire team at Alaska Center for Dermatology focuses on patient care — from our Board-Certified Dermatology Providers, our Physician Assistants to our support staff. Our goal is to provide patients of all ages with the best possible skin care treatments in a pleasing, patient-friendly environment. We strive to make your visit to our location as comfortable as possible by treating you as more than a patient; we treat you like family.We often hear our patients say, “They are genuinely interested in my health”. We believe this is because we focus on showing care with every interaction. As a result, our patients experience a truly considerate and professional approach to healthcare.
At Alaska Center for Dermatology, we take patient satisfaction seriously. We take the time to develop relationships with our patients, and they trust in our ability to educate, counsel, and advise them. We also thoughtfully and clearly explain options and address your concerns, so you feel informed prior to moving forward with any treatment or procedure.
And when it comes to Cosmetic Dermatology needs, we believe in enhancing your beauty…not altering it.
Learn more about our medical and cosmetic offerings or book an appointment today.