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Newport Beach – San Miguel

Newport Beach – San Miguel

With high standards of professional care and advanced resources for skin cancer diagnosis and treatment, California Skin Institute – Newport Beach-San Miguel is a top-choice dermatology practice. Board-certified dermatologists, Edward Rohaly, MD and Samuel Peterson, MD, FACMS, FAAD and double board-certified facial plastic surgeon, Steven Daines, MD, along with their talented staff have over 100 years of combined experience improving skin health and aesthetics.

The team at California Skin Institute – Newport Beach-San Miguel relies on state-of-the-art laser technology and photodynamic therapy for common skin concerns like wrinkles and pigmentation issues. They also use light-based treatments for conditions like rosacea, acne, and acne scars. Also, in the realm of cosmetic dermatology, the office offers Botox® injections for wrinkles and hyperhidrosis.

A key specialty at California Skin Institute – Newport Beach-San Miguel is skin cancer diagnosis and treatment. Using the latest available procedures, the team evaluates and treats basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. They rely on surgeries and topical therapies for skin cancer treatment and use Mohs surgery, an advanced technique that preserves healthy skin surrounding basal and squamous cell cancers.

California Skin Institute – Newport Beach-San Miguel is also a leading provider of ALVAC-MART-1 for melanoma in Orange County. Few practices offer this advanced vaccine that targets a specific protein within melanoma cells.

The team at Newport Beach-San Miguel provides screenings and other preventive strategies to help patients avoid the need for skin cancer treatments in the first place and can help patients perfect their skin care routine for overall skin health and beauty.

Hours of Operation

Monday – Thursday
8:00am – 5:00pm


(949) 640-0277

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Conditions treated at Newport Beach – San Miguel


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