McKinney, TX (PRWEB) October 01, 2012
For the second consecutive year, Dr. Bryan Selkin, MD, co-founder of the Center for Dermatology and Cosmetic Laser Surgery, has been awarded the prestigious “Best of Big D” award for Dermatology, presented by the renowned D Magazine.
Determined by a peer-review voting panel consisting of 312 doctors, the award nomination form asked participants to base their votes on the question, “Which Collin County doctors would you trust with the care of a loved one?” The overwhelming response validates Dr. Selkin’s commitment to his patients’ needs.
With regard to his philosophy on patient care, “I have increasingly focused my practice on prevention of skin disease whenever possible, with the goal of trying to avoid skin problems from developing in the first place,” said Dr. Selkin. Patient education and involvement in treatment decisions is emphasized. Procedures, protocols, and techniques are chosen to give the best results with minimal invasiveness, the fewest possible side effects, and the quickest recovery. For pediatric dermatology patients and those who are needle shy, new technology makes procedures nearly pain-free.
For several years D Magazine, serving the greater Dallas-Fort Worth metro, has published an annual list of top physicians, most of which are found in the city center, where most doctors practice. The magazine cited the area’s growth for the need to develop a separate list to distinguish Collin County practitioners, learning in the process that “doctors in Dallas and in Collin counties are, to a large extent, part of two distinct communities.”
The Center for Dermatology and Cosmetic Laser Surgery is a full-service clinic for the entire family. With locations conveniently located in Plano, McKinney, and a new, state-of-the-art facility opening autumn 2012 in Flower Mound, the highly trained staff can address and treat a wide range of both simple and complicated skin issues and diseases in patients of all ages. The newest, safest, least invasive cosmetic dermatology procedures are performed. Fat reduction technology has now been added with the Zerona, allowing for “lunch-time” body contouring with no needles and no pain! Equipped with the highest caliber in-house technology, the Center for Dermatology offers phototherapy with narrowband ultraviolet light to treat skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, and vitiligo, avoiding side effects on internal organs. Moh’s surgery, a technique to excise skin cancers with the highest cure rate and by removing the least amount of tissue, is now performed in the brand new surgical suites in Plano. Visit http://www.dermatologycenterplano.com to learn more about services offered at the Center for Dermatology and Cosmetic Laser Surgery, or to schedule your appointment online.