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UF Health Dermatology

Springhill – Gainesville

Our UF dermatology specialists are expertly trained and board certified in dermatology to provide patients with the full spectrum of general adult and pediatric dermatological consultations, evaluations, and treatments.

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Our Specialities

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General Dermatology

Our general dermatology staff provides comprehensive screening, diagnostic and therapeutic dermatologic care for common, uncommon and difficult to treat skin diseases.

Patient Care

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Skin Cancer and Mohs Surgery

Our skin cancer staff delivers the highest standard of care for skin cancer detection, management and prevention, and includes a fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon who provides the best available treatment for skin cancer.

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Pediatric Dermatology

Our pediatric dermatology staff specializes in the care of common and rare skin disorders in infants, children and adolescents. We offer comprehensive services for the evaluation and management of a variety of acquired and genetic skin conditions.

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Cosmetic Dermatology Center

We are committed to offering the highest quality of care for all skin care needs. There are many options on the market for skin care which can make it very confusing to determine what is best for you as an individual. That is why we are proud to offer you, highly trained physicians and a complete complement of cosmetic procedures to meet your individual needs while giving you the best possible results.

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Transplant and High-Risk Dermatology Clinic

Transplant recipients, mostly those with a solid organ transplant, constitute a large group of patients at risk for skin cancer and cutaneous infections due to chronic immunosuppression. Patients who have received a bone marrow transplant or a peripheral blood stem cell transplant also have an increased risk and can have additional conditions that are particular to their type of transplant. Our clinic offers a comprehensive evaluation to address the cutaneous conditions that may result


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Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic Dermatitis (AD; as known as Eczema) is the most frequent chronic relapsing inflammatory skin disease that affect up to 20% children in school age and 6-10% adult. AD is a multifactorial and complex disease, characterized by an impaired (“leaky”) skin barrier and abnormal immune response. Because of its chronic and relapsing course, intense itch and frequent skin infection, AD significantly affects the quality of life of our patients and their families.

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Psoriasis Clinic

Dermatologists at UF Health specialize in treating patients with psoriasis. Psoriasis is caused by increased inflammation of the skin and can occur at any age. It is characterized by pink, scaly, sometimes itchy plaques on the body. Some patients may also experience joint pain, a condition called psoriatic arthritis.


Research Opportunities For patients

Clinical Trial Unit

Our goal is to enhance patient care by promoting understanding of skin diseases and supporting the development of ground breaking novel treatments.

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