The dermatologists at Billings Clinic specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of skin disorders such as acne, rashes, wrinkles, rosacea, skin growths and skin cancer.
The Dermatology Center offers comprehensive care for children and adults in one convenient location. All services are supported by the added expertise of over 350 physicians and non-physician providers in 51 specialty departments throughout Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana.
Skin is our largest and most visible organ. Billings Clinic dermatologists diagnose and treat all afflictions of the skin, hair and nails, including acne, rashes, wrinkles, and skin growths.
Everyone sheds between 50 and 100 hairs each day. However, as people age, hair growth slows which may cause thinning hair or baldness. Our dermatologists can discuss treatment options that may help hair issues, either low or abnormal growth.
Nails can reflect a person's overall health. Our dermatologist have experience in diagnosing and treating nail disorders.
Our Candela laser is used for treating vascular birthmarks, port-wine stains, sun spots and facial veins.
Mohs Micrographic Surgery
Mohs surgery removes skin cancer with highly precise microscopic control. It has the highest cure rates for many cancers. Dr. Mark Jones and Dr. Jared Lund are the only specialists in the region who are fellowship-trained and qualified by the College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery.
Skin cancer surgery
Reconstructive surgery following removal of skin lesions
Treatment of vascular facial lesions
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Living in Your Skin - Billings Clinic Lunch & Learn
Dr. Samuel Reck
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2022 Clinical Dermatology Conference at Big Sky for Medical Professionals
Medical Professionals - Join us for the 49th Annual meeting of the Montana Academy of Dermatology's (MAD) Clinical Dermatology Meeting at Big Sky!
January 27 to 30, 2022
This conference is designed to provide dermatologists, dermatopathologists, and other physicians interested in dermatology with the most current information in the areas of practical psychodermatology, melanoma, and skin cancer, as well as pediatric dermatology, skin discoloration and ethnicity. Updates, case studies, and clinical strategies for patient evaluation/management in these areas will be presented in an informal atmosphere that facilitates audience participation and discussion.
Learn more and register.