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Katherine Hong Do, MD

Katherine Hong Do, MD

Dr. Katherine Hong Do is a board-certified dermatologist and a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. With over 20 years of experience in laser medicine and surgery, Dr. Katherine Do has acquired a vision on how artistry, attention to acute detail, and technology will combine together to ensure optimal aesthetic and reconstructive results.

Dr. Do is an F.A.A.D. Cosmetic Dermatologist who completed her residency in Dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. She was a professor of dermatology, and served as the Chairperson in the Department of Dermatology at Scott Medical Center, Illinois, where the medical students, interns, and residents she taught honored her with “The Teacher of the Year Award.” Dr. Do was also a Major in the United States Air Force at Davis Grant Medical Center, where she continued to teach residents in dermatology before beginning her dermatology clinic. She began her studies in dermatological laser techniques at its inception and was an early pioneer in Cosmetic Dermatology.

Dr. Katherine Hong Do is experienced in all facets of adult and pediatric general dermatology. She has expertise in dermatologic surgery (mole and skin cancer removal) as well as cosmetic surgery including soft tissue augmentation (Botox, Collagen, Restylane, and Sculptra), and sclerotherapy (reduction of varicose and spider veins). Laser therapy has become a mainstay at her Skin Institute, where lasers are used to resurface the skin, remove birthmarks, freckles, scars, moles, varicose and spider veins and unwanted hair.

Dr. Katherine Do is committed to making the entire cosmetic surgery process a safe, caring and comfortable experience for you. She will assist you in every way she can to help you make the best-informed decision while seeking to achieve your goals.

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  • Cosmetic Dermatology
  • Medical Dermatology

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