Your Boise skin care experts

Our experienced Boise team includes a Board-Certified Dermatologist and Skin Care Providers who dedicate themselves to your skin with friendly, supportive care — from treating acne to injectables to skin cancer surgery.

Selected by Idaho residents for the
Idaho’s Best™ Award of 2021.

skin cancer & mohs surgery

Our Mohs surgeon is fellowship trained and brings decades of experience to his practice so you are assured of the best-possible care to effectively treat your skin cancer.

Click here to learn more about the Mohs procedure.

medical dermatology

Our Dermatologist and Skin Care Providers care for

your skin, provide guidance, and help you address

any of your skin concerns. 

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Cosmetic Dermatology

Our talented Providers offer cosmetic procedures

in a comfortable medical spa environment so you

can help your skin’s true beauty shine through.

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7733 W. Emerald Street, Boise, Idaho 83704
We’re open Monday – Thursday, 8am – 5pm
Phone: 208.376.4265
Fax: 208.939.5010

We kick off #SkinCancerAwarenessMonth with #MelanomaMonday. Do you know the ABCDEs of #Melanoma? Here's what #Dermatologists recommend you keep an eye on:
The ABCDEs of Detection
(A) – Asymmetry: One half is unlike the other half.
(B) – Border: An irregular, scalloped, or poorly defined border.
(C) – Color: Is varied from one area to another; has shades of tan, brown or black; is sometimes white, red, or blue.
(D) – Diameter: While melanomas are usually greater than 6mm (the size of a pencil eraser), they can be smaller.
(E) – Evolving: A mole or skin lesion that looks different from the rest, or is changing in size, shape, or color. A mole that is suddenly itchy, inflamed, bleeding, or scabby should also be examined.

The ABCDE rules do not apply to all melanomas. During your monthly self-exams, screen for the following lesions:
Elevated: Look for a new spot that is raised above the skin’s surface.
Firm: Look for spots that are firm to the touch, not flabby.
Growing: Look for spots that are fast-growing or continue to grow for more than two to three weeks.
“Ugly Duckling Rule”: This rule is based on the fact that an individual’s moles will tend to look alike. If there is a mole that doesn’t match the others (i.e., the ugly duckling), that mole should be examined.
Spot something new? Schedule an appointment with your #Dermatology provider as soon as possible. Book your appointment online at www.IdahoDerm.com.
We kick off #SkinCancerAwarenessMonth with #MelanomaMonday. Do you know the ABCDEs of #Melanoma? Here's what #Dermatologists recommend you keep an eye on: The ABCDEs of Detection (A) – Asymmetry: One half is unlike the other half. (B) – Border: An irregular, scalloped, or poorly defined border. (C) – Color: Is varied from one area to another; has shades of tan, brown or black; is sometimes white, red, or blue. (D) – Diameter: While melanomas are usually greater than 6mm (the size of a pencil eraser), they can be smaller. (E) – Evolving: A mole or skin lesion that looks different from the rest, or is changing in size, shape, or color. A mole that is suddenly itchy, inflamed, bleeding, or scabby should also be examined. The ABCDE rules do not apply to all melanomas. During your monthly self-exams, screen for the following lesions: Elevated: Look for a new spot that is raised above the skin’s surface. Firm: Look for spots that are firm to the touch, not flabby. Growing: Look for spots that are fast-growing or continue to grow for more than two to three weeks. “Ugly Duckling Rule”: This rule is based on the fact that an individual’s moles will tend to look alike. If there is a mole that doesn’t match the others (i.e., the ugly duckling), that mole should be examined. Spot something new? Schedule an appointment with your #Dermatology provider as soon as possible. Book your appointment online at www.IdahoDerm.com.