We once again welcome Dr. Laurie Jacobson who has now been with us here at Pacific Dermatology & Cosmetic Center for almost six months. She brings with her specialized expertise in cosmetic dermatology as well as skin cancer detection and treatment, including Mohs surgery. She trained with Dr. Roy Geronemus in Manhattan who pioneered skin laser surgery and with him worked on many studies involving new laser treatments. She has written chapters for textbooks such as Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cancer of the Skin and appeared on television and in magazines. She enjoys providing comprehensive dermatologic care from skin cancer screenings to skin cancer treatment and cosmetic dermatology as well.
Dr. Jacobson lives with her two children (ages 4 and 6) and her husband Dr. Howard Willson, who heads up the Emergency Department at Swedish Hospital. She enjoys running, pilates, and travel and is very happy to be a new member of the Pacific Dermatology team.
She will be hosting a special event on Sept. 28th from 11 am to 2 pm during which time you can receive a $50 rebate on a Botox treatment and receive a boxed lunch to go. Think about coming in to smooth away unwanted forehead or frown lines, crow’s feet, ‘orange peel’ chin, upper lip lines and more.
Congratulations to Dr. Reichel on being asked to give a talk on eyelid rejuvenation and blepharoplasty at the Pacific Northwest Dermatology Meeting in July, 2010. She is enjoying her summer with her 6-month-old baby girls, their older brother and her husband, Dr. Shah. She wants to remind all of the patients at Pacific Dermatology & Cosmetic Center to continue to wear sunscreen and come in for a skin exam in the fall if you have any concerning spots, or just want your moles checked.
Kelly Stevens PA-C has been busy attending two dermatology conference in the past few months. In June Kelly went to Colorado Springs, CO, to the national cosmetic dermatology meeting, Cosmetic Bootcamp, to learn the very latest in cosmetic procedures including laser treatment updates, new and current filler technology, enhanced Botox and Dysport techniques along with chemical peels and topical medication information. Kelly also attended the Washington State Dermatology Association annual meeting in Vancouver, WA. This meeting focused on general dermatology with many great lectures including several on atopic dermatitis (eczema), psoriasis and skin cancer.