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Dylan Neal, PA-C

Dylan Neal, PA-C

Dylan Neal is a board-certified Physician Assistant who specializes in medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology. He has extensive training in general dermatology and treats a variety of skin conditions, including the early detection and treatment of skin cancer. Dylan has received surgical training in Mohs Micrographic Surgery under CSI’s founder, Dr. Greg S. Morganroth, and is skilled at excising cysts, lipomas, and various skin cancers. He is also trained in both Allergan (Botox, Juvederm) and Galderma (Dysport, Restylane) under world-renowned dermatologists. Additionally, he is experienced in using Botox to treat underarm and scalp hyperhydrosis, peri-oral wrinkles, nocturnal teeth grinding and facial asymmetry.

Dylan received his Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from UC Davis, where he served as class president and graduated at the top of his class. During his clinical year, he received surgical training in plastic and trauma surgery as well as medical dermatology at UC Davis Medical Center.

Prior to UC Davis, Dylan was valedictorian at William Jessup University’s inaugural Bachelor’s of Science of Kinesiology, Exercise Science concentration. Aside from his academic achievements, he was an All-Conference student athlete on the golf team. He won/co-medaled a total of 7 college golf tournaments including the Stanford Invitational at Stanford Golf Course.

Dylan is dedicated and passionate about continuing dermatological education and is closely involved with Dermatology Education Foundation (DEF) and is a member of the SDPA. He is also founder of PA Plug, a service that helps Pre-PAs through personal mentoring and interview skills training. Since its inception in 2020, he and has helped more than 13 students (and growing) achieve their dreams of getting into PA school.

Outside of work, he enjoys hiking, the beach, golfing, and spending time with his wife and 2 year old daughter along with their Australian Shepherd.

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