7001 Forest Ave., Suite 301, Richmond, VA 23230


Mohs' Micrographic Surgery or "Mohs" is a specialized technique named after Dr. Frederick Mohs who pioneered the technique as a medical student in the 1930s. Since Dr. Mohs' original work, the technique has undergone modification to become the advanced technique used today. Mohs is a highly specialized procedure which requires extensive training in surgery and histopathology.

Use of this technique enables Mohs surgeons to remove skin cancer with maximal preservation of normal tissue and the highest cure rate possible. We offer streamlined treatment for patients who have a history of multiple cutaneous cancers.


Our Fraxel Re:Pair treatment is the most advanced truly fractional skin rejuvenation procedure available to patients today. The Fraxel Re:Pair therapy is performed by our highly skilled, fellowship trained laser surgeon in a comfortable, friendly environment. The Fraxel Re:Pair laser has received FDA clearance to treat wrinkles, fine lines, textural, pigment and vascular irregularities. Fraxel Re:Pair was featured on the Today Show in February 2008 as a "medical miracle", come find out why for yourself!


Our Fraxel Re:Store is safe and effective non-ablative fractional resurfacing for the face, neck, chest, and hands. Minimal downtime with remarkable results.


Facial redness including rosacea, birthmarks and acne scarring can be treated using a pulsed dye laser and Nd: Yag Laser.


We provide hair removal for all skin types. To ensure the highest standard of safety and efficacy, different lasers are used depending on the skin color. The number of treatments required will vary based upon location and skin characteristics. Laser hair removal is recommended for men and women. Areas commonly treated for men are the neck (front and back), chest and back, and for women, the face, bikini, underarms and legs. This is one of the most popular laser procedures available.


Laser therapy can reduce the appearance of acne scars through a series of sessions. We often combine surgical and laser therapies for the most effective treatment.