Please note: the GW Dermatology practice in Bethesda is temporarily closed due to construction. If you are scheduled to see your provider after February 25, 2022, please visit our office in Washington, DC.
GW Dermatology offers patients and referring physicians the latest technology, treatment options, and diagnostic services. Our nationally-recognized and award-winning dermatologists and dermatologic surgeons provide exceptional care for diseases and conditions of the skin, hair, and nails in addition to offering comprehensive aesthetic and cosmetic services.
Our experts are here to help improve your skin condition with accurate diagnosis and leading-edge treatment in a compassionate setting.
Interested in our Dermatology Residency Program? Visit the School of Medicine and Health Sciences Department of Dermatology for more information.
- Supportive Oncodermatology Clinic
- Hidradenitis Suppurativa Clinic
- Melanoma, Non-Melanoma, & Pigmented Lesions Clinic
- Patch Testing and Photo Testing
- Video Visits
The Dermatology Department at The GW Medical Faculty Associates offers virtual dermatology visits to those living within the DMV area. To help promote social distancing, and with COVID-19 spreading widely in the U.S., you can schedule to virtually connect with our dermatologists from the comfort of your home, for your convenience and safety!
- Patient Education
GW Dermatology Patient Education Resources
At GW Dermatology, we offer a full range of dermatology services for adults with skin conditions as common as warts and as complicated as skin cancer. Our goal is to provide each patient with the best care possible, whether we are treating acne or a skin condition including but not limited to:
- Skin Tags
- Skin Cancer Detection
If you want to learn more about diseases and conditions that affect the skin, hair, and nails, please visit the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD).
Whether you’re planning a beach day or you need that extra protection before doing some yard work, we all ask the same question when it’s super sunny: What is the best SPF level for sunscreen—15, 30, 50, or even higher? Turns out the answer is actually a lot more complicated than you might guess…
The Food and Drug Administration approved Olumiant, a drug that restores hair growth and can act as a treatment for alopecia Monday.