News & TipsAsheboro Dermatology & Skin Surgery is committed to working for the best interests of our patients. We provide outstanding and comprehensive care for Randolph and surrounding counties. Our goal as both a unified healthcare team and as individual professionals is to exceed the expectations of our patients.
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360 Sunset Ave
Asheboro, NC 27203
(336) 625-8410 Phone
(336) 625-8405 Fax
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Seven Lakes Plaza
145 W. Plaza Drive
West End, NC 27376
(910) 673-8410 Phone
Providers And StaffOur providers have extensive experience in the field of Dermatology, and we provide a wide range of skin care for our patients.
Our staff is exemplary, and each member is trained and ready to meet your needs. All of our staff members have been with our practice for a long tenure including some who have been with us since our inception in 1996.
Steve W. Kimmel, M.D.
Gay Markham, ANP
Donna Jennings, PA-C
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Latest News & Tips
November 29, 2016
Many individuals with acne become so fed up with their skin that at some point,…
October 31, 2016
When you look in the mirror in the morning and see acne, you’re shocked and…
October 10, 2016
According to the National Eczema Association, approximately 31.6 million people suffer from eczema, nearly 10.2%…
September 7, 2016
Your skin is your largest organ. Since it’s always exposed to the elements, it also…
December 2, 2014
Winter is upon us again, and for some of us, uncomfortably dry skin is on…
October 31, 2014
In November of 2014, we will open our 2nd location in West End, N.C. (Seven Lakes). We are excited to enter this new phase of development. Many of our current patients travel from Moore and Montgomery counties, so we believe offering a location more convenient for them makes perfect sense. Our office will be in Seven Lakes Plaza next to Peking Wok. The space is currently being up fitted by Trollinger Construction (who also built our Asheboro facility).
October 30, 2014
Accutane is an extraordinary medication for acne as well as some other medical conditions. It is the one medication that virtually always produces an excellent outcome for troublesome acne. Accutane is usually taken for about 6 months. Once the patient finishes treatment, he or she is usually “cured for life”. Occasionally, patients relapse later and require another course of Accutane, but this is uncommon.
October 30, 2014
Skin Cancer is exceptionally common. The most common types of skin cancers are Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Malignant Melanoma. Skin Cancer can be treated by various modalities depending upon multiple factors. One specialized and highly useful treatment is called MOHS Surgery (also known as MOHS Chemosurgery or MOHS Micrographic Surgery). This type of skin cancer surgery was pioneered by a famous surgeon named Frederic Mohs.