High Point, North Carolina

Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic

Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic

(336) 887-3195
Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic , Dermatologists, Health and Beauty, High Point, North Carolina

Healthy skin, hair, and nails make a big difference in the way you look and feel. If you’ve been struggling to maintain the health of your skin, the body’s largest organ, it may be time to call in the professionals. The dermatologists at Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic in High Point, NC, handle many common and serious skin care problems, including acne treatment, mole removal, skin cancer, psoriasis, and sclerotherapy.

Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic has cared for patients in the Triad region for more than 60 years. The practice is state licensed and board certified and has a CLIA Certified Lab on site. Dermatologists perform minimally invasive cosmetic procedures and offer Photodynamic Light Therapy, or PDT, as a treatment for patients diagnosed with skin cancer.

The practice offers six board certified and experienced dermatologists and two certified physician assistants. They are members of the American Academy of Dermatology, the North Carolina Dermatology Association, and the North Carolina Medical Association. All eight providers are affiliated with High Point Regional Hospital. Separately, they have different levels of experience and varying educational backgrounds. Together, they have one goal: to provide patients with the best dermatology care possible.

No matter what kind of treatment you need, the dermatologists at Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic can help. With three convenient locations in High Point, Kernersville, and Lexington, you can choose an office that’s close to your home, school, or office. Call (336) 887-3195 to make an appointment, or visit the website for a full list of skin care services.

Announcements & Events from Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic
Days Office will be closed for the Holidays, High Point, North Carolina
Our office will be closed on Monday December 25th and Tuesday December 26th for Christmas. We will also be closed on Monday January 1st for New Years. Hope everyone has a safe and Ha...read more
4 Facts About Melanoma Everyone Should Know, High Point, North Carolina
If you have ever used a tanning bed or spent the day in the sun without wearing sunblock, you may have been cautioned about developing melanoma. Melanoma is a common form of cancer i...read more
5 Natural Eczema Treatments for Children, High Point, North Carolina
Eczema is a recognized childhood malady, with up to 13% of all children affected. Its symptoms include dry, itchy, and red skin usually found on the face, neck, hands, and legs. The ...read more
Scheduling an Appointment, High Point, North Carolina
You may schedule and appointment with your dermatologist for 1 of 2 reasons. A Total Body Check / Annual Exam OR A problem focused office visit. Unfortunately, the two appo...read more
What is the Donut Hole?, High Point, North Carolina
The Medicare Blog   08.09.10 by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services What is the Donut Hole? By Jonathan Blum, Deputy Administrator and Director for t...read more
Our office will close at 2:00 PM on Wednesday November 22nd and be closed Thursday November 23rd & Friday November 24th 2017 For Thanksgiving. Hope everyone has a safe & happ...read more
Our offices will close at 2:00 PM on Wednesday November 22 and be closed on Thursday November 23rd & Friday November 24th 2017 for Thanksgiving. Hope everyone has a safe and happ...read more
Your Board Certified Dermatologist is well educated. read more
Acne is a natural part of maturity for many people; however, it doesn’t have to be permanent and you shouldn’t sit back and let it run its course. Blemishes can have a significa...read more
Skin cancer, or melanoma, is the abnormal growth of skin cells that can spread to other organs and tissues in the body if left untreated. Because early detection is crucial for ...read more
If you desire a radiant complexion, you can achieve it by following basic skin care techniques and committing to a daily cleaning regimen. The dermatologists at Central Car...read more
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that causes red, scaly patches to appear on various parts of the body. To obtain the right treatment, it’s important to understand which ty...read more
**ATTENTION**   Medicare patients, your deductible will start over on January 1,2018 call our office  today to schedule your appointment before the end of the yea...read more
Many people choose to have a dermatologist eliminate their moles for aesthetic reasons. In some cases, however, mole removal serves as an essential precaution to safeguard your healt...read more
Skin cancer is one of the most common types of cancer. However, it’s also the easiest to cure if spotted promptly. According to the skin care experts at Central Carolina Dermato...read more
Utilizing clothing, shade, and sunscreen is essential to preventing sunburns and reducing your risk of skin cancer. But how should you care for your skin in the event you end up with...read more
Would you know if you were living with melanoma? Considered to be the most dangerous form of skin cancer, melanomas are typically caused by sun damage and present themselves as ...read more
Our office will be closed on Tuesday July 4th for Independence Day. Hope everyone has a safe and happy 4th. As always remember your sun screen. read more
People spend a lot of money on skin care treatments, but in skin care, the consistent, inexpensive treatments are often the most important. Dermatologists at Central C...read more
If you've been considering mole removal, whether for aesthetic or medical reasons, there are a few different approaches you can take. First, it’s crucial to understand that...read more
Our office will be Closed on Monday May 29,2017 for Memorial Day. Hope you have a safe holiday. read more
Damaged skin can result in a ruddy complexion, with scars, blemishes, dark spots, and wrinkles tarnishing your face and body. Damage from the sun is a very specific type of skin dama...read more
Skin takes a major beating during winters in North Carolina. When it comes to repairing chapped, dull skin, the professionals at Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic have se...read more
Our offices will be closed on Friday April 14, 2017 for Easter. Hope you have a Happy Holiday. read more
Before getting your next tan, remember that the only good news about many types of dangerous and potentially life-threatening skin cancer is that they’re largely preventabl...read more
After 12 years of service with Central Carolina Dermatology, Gary Engstrom, PA-C has retired. His last day with our practice was December 31,2016, We will all miss Gary and we are su...read more
Protect your skin from the sun You need to protect your skin from the sun every day, even when it's cloudy. That's because the sun's damaging ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B...read more
If you want to protect yourself from skin cancer, prevention and early detection are key. At Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic in High Point, NC, quality c...read more
If you’re like most people, you know just how frustrating the battle for clear skin can be. Skin-conscious residents of North Carolina look to Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic to ...read more
If you’re in need of mole removal, there’s no better place to go than Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic in High Point, NC. This skin care center has been providing top-notch care f...read more
Regular skin care exams from a certified dermatologist are an essential part of any conscientious health care routine. In fact, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in ...read more
Winter weather may wreak havoc on your skin if you do not take the proper precautions. Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic has some helpful advice on how to keep your skin healt...read more
For people diagnosed with psoriasis, having answers about your condition can help you make better decisions about treatment. Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic in High Point, N...read more
The skin is the largest organ in the body, and skin cancer can theoretically strike anywhere there is skin tissue. There are several different types of skin cancer, and each has...read more