Dermatology in Austin
Leading skin care in Central Texas
The health and appearance of your skin is personal. At Ascension Seton, our dermatologists start by getting to know you and your skin concerns. Then, we work together to deliver the skin care that is right for you. From acne to skin cancer, we provide advanced skin care for both children and adults.
- Cosmetic services
- Medical dermatology
- Mohs surgery and skin cancer care
If you have a more complex or rare skin condition, our dermatologists will work with your primary care doctor to create a care plan. Our board-certified dermatologists are faculty at Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin. With access to research and resources, our dermatology team is a leader in skin care.
Dermatologists at Ascension Seton treat skin, hair and nail conditions. Our dermatology clinics provide a variety of skin tests to diagnose rashes, moles, skin allergies, food allergies, bacterial or fungal skin infections, and other diseases. Skin tests are also performed to diagnose skin cancer and growths.
At Ascension Seton, we provide compassionate, personalized care for many conditions, including:
- Acne and acne scars
- Birthmarks, including vascular birthmarks
- Hair conditions, including unwanted or thinning hair
- Skin cancer
- Skin growths, including tags, warts and moles
- Skin infections, such as molluscum contagiosum
- Skin inflammation, such as rashes, eczema and skin allergies
- Skin pigment disorders, such as vitiligo
- Sun damage
- Wrinkles and aging skin
Don’t ignore your skin concerns. Some skin conditions can be related to other health conditions.
Our dermatology care team delivers personalized cosmetic skin treatments. From fillers to cutting-edge laser treatments and surgical removals - we are here to deliver the cosmetic care you need. Some of our most popular procedures include:
- Anti-aging fillers, BOTOX®, XEOMIN®, Dysport®
- BroadBand and Intense Pulsed light therapy for sun damage and photorejuvenation
- Cosmetic removal of moles, cysts and skin growths
- HALO™ Hybrid resurfacing for wrinkles and skin rejuvenation
- Laser treatment for melasma, hyperpigmentation, and tattoo removal
- Laser hair removal
- Laser skin resurfacing
- Organic chemical peel
- Pulsed dye laser for rosacea, spider veins, and uneven skin tone
- Resurfacing for wrinkles and acne scars
- Radiofrequency microneedling for skin laxity, wrinkles, and acne scars
- Radiofrequency treatments for fat removal and skin tightening
- Soft tissue fillers, Restylane®, JUVÉDERM®
- Spider vein treatment, sclerotherapy
- Treatment for neck fullness, KYBELLA®
Our surgeons are experts in Mohs and dermatologic surgery, cutaneous oncology and surgical reconstruction. If you have skin cancer, we work with your doctor to create a unique care plan. Mohs surgical techniques and skin biopsy procedures are used to treat many types of skin conditions, including the surgical removal of:
- Skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma, melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and other rare tumors)
- Cosmetic removal of non-cancerous moles and cysts
Advanced laser and cosmetic treatments are used to improve skin health and appearance. We treat sun-damaged skin, remove unwanted hair, help reduce acne scarring, wrinkles, discoloration and more. For anti-aging and rejuvenation, injectable treatments such as BOTOX® and dermal fillers are available.
- Cryotherapy - We commonly use cryotherapy, for lesions such as warts and precancerous growths. This treatment uses liquid nitrogen to “freeze off” growths. While it does not work for all types of skin growths, this is a quick and safe method of getting rid of specific lesions.
- Topical treatments - These treatments are applied directly to the skin and are used to treat a variety of conditions. The primary benefit of topical medications is that they generally have fewer side effects than systemic medications. Commonly prescribed topicals range from simple over-the-counter acne medication to a prescription cream used to treat inflammatory conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
- Systemic treatments - These treatments include oral or injectable medications. Systemic medications are often needed when the skin condition is particularly widespread or severe. Systemic steroids, for example, can be used to treat inflammatory conditions such as eczema or allergic contact dermatitis and may be given in the form of pills or an injection.