board certified Mohs surgeon
skin cancer specialist
specialized training to
diagnose and treat skin cancer
latest dermatologic technology
Online Telehealth platform
Use your laptop or smartphone to securely connect to your DSCW provider. This platform allows you to have a live face-to-face video call or to connect via photographs and messaging. Learn more.
Protecting our patients and
maintaining continuity of care
Announcing our Online Store
Purchase your favorite skin care products and have them shipped directly to your home, or schedule a contact-free pickup. Shop now.
Dr. Maral Kibarian Skelsey, a skin cancer expert and board certified dermatologist performs state-of-the-art Mohs surgery for the treatment of skin cancer with meticulous attention to cosmetic outcome. Dr. Skelsey is a fellow of the American College of Mohs Surgery, Founder and Director of the Dermatologic Surgery Center of Washington and Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology at Georgetown University. Learn more.
The Dermatologic Surgery Center of Washington specializes in Mohs surgery and dermatologic surgery, as well as cosmetic and rejuvenating skin procedures. Our team of board certified dermatologists and staff are a first-level resource for skin cancer diagnosis and treatment as well as the latest advances in dermatology. We serve the Greater Washington area. Call 301-652-8081 to make an appointment.
What’s new at the Dermatologic Surgery Center of Washington
skin cancer awareness
According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. learn more.
skin care for international patients
The Dermatologic Surgery Center (DSCW) in Chevy Chase, MD serves the specific skin care needs of international clients locally and abroad. learn more.
Drs. Skelsey and Albritton believe in a balanced, natural approach to cosmetic concerns for men and women. learn more.
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