TALENT AND TECHNOLOGY
LOVE THE WAY
Our practice balances talent and technology to achieve both quality care and stunning transformations for every client. The rapid advancement of cosmetic, surgical, and medical dermatology can feel overwhelming. That’s why your provider’s dedication to research and individualized patient care play a crucial role in achieving your goals. Taking steps to love the way you look and feel is a valuable investment in your health. At Deschutes Dermatology, our providers are ready to help you on your journey.
BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY SKIN
IN CENTRAL OREGON
You deserve to feel confident in your skin. At Deschutes Dermatology, our goal is to get you there. Whether you’re battling acne scars, psoriasis, or skin cancer, our medical providers are dedicated to setting you on the right path for your unique health challenges while supporting you every step of the way.
“My experience at the Deschutes Dermatology center was very pleasing.”
“I want to express my sincere thanks for the wonderful experience service I received from you…”
“Just wanted to take a moment to thank you for all your help and advice over the past couple of years…”
Medical Dermatology is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of skin, hair, and nail disorders. Treatments may include topical or oral medications, injections, light therapy, and lasers. At Deschutes Dermatology, our experienced providers use the latest, proven methods for treating a wide variety of skin conditions from eczema to psoriasis to rosacea.
Surgical Dermatology manages the diagnoses and disorders of the skin and adjacent tissues using various surgical techniques. Surgical procedures are often performed to remove suspicious skin lesions, unwanted moles, and skin cancers of all types. We also commonly remove cysts and growths, revise scars, and repair torn or stretched earlobes with routine, in-office procedures done under local anesthesia.
Cosmetic Dermatology focuses on the improvement or enhancement in the appearance of your skin for cosmetic and restorative goals. While such treatments are rarely a medical necessity, they can help resolve many skin and aging concerns. Rising in popularity, there were over 15.9 million minimally invasive cosmetic procedures performed in 2016.
Leslie Carter, MD
“What I find most rewarding about being a dermatologist is the ability to lessen the suffering associated with chronic skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis. It makes such a huge improvement in quality of life when a patient has less rash and itching to deal with. I also love helping patients feel better about their appearance by treating conditions that make them self conscious, like severe acne or wrinkled, sun-damaged skin. I enjoy watching them become more self confident over time as the health of their skin improves.”
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