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Our skin experts provide innovative treatment techniques and laser options to meet your aesthetics needs with the use of comprehensive line of aesthetic products and devices
Welcome to Balfour Dermatology
Serving Contra Costa county and the Brentwood area since 1999. We are a full service dermatology practice offering a wide variety of skin care services and specialize in the detection and cure of skin cancer. We’re proud our Mohs surgery center offers the latest advancement in skin cancer treatment, while providing patients better cure rates. With early detection and annual skin checks, our patients can confidently look to the future.
Our dermatology skin experts provide the latest techniques in diagnosing and treating numerous skin conditions as well as offering a wide variety of cosmetic procedures. We offer Botox, Sculptra, Juvederm, Photofacials, Vein Reductions, Body Contouring, Laser Hair Removal, MicrodermAbrasion, Speciality Peels and more. Our state-of-the-art light treatment for psoriasis giving patients alternatives to steroid treatment and our laser center uses the latest technology for medical and cosmetic procedures. We provide exceptional care and healing for a wide variety of wounds from trauma to diabetic lesions.
We also offer a wide range of medical grade skin care products that can be purchased through our on-line store or here in the office. Product lines include Skin Medica, Obagi, Avene, and Latisse.
Call us to answer your skin question today or click on Contact Us to send your request.
Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) is the second most-common skin cancer (Basal Cell being the most), affecting than 250,000 Americans each year.
Robert Beer M.D.
Fellow of the American College Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology
Diplomat of the American Board of Dermatology
Acne is the most common skin disease in the United States, affecting millions of Americans. Acne occurs in teenagers and young adults, though it can affect anyone. 85% of teenagers in America will develop acne each year.
Many skin problems are temporary and can be treated with medications. Our professional staff will perform an in-depth diagnosis and provide a treatment plan to address your needs.
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