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Lori D. Stetler, M.D.

Lori D. Stetler, M.D.
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Location
8201 Preston Rd., Ste. 350
Dallas, TX 75225 | Get Directions
214-631-7546 (phone)
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Neighborhood
Dallas
Specialty
Dermatology
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Lori Stetler became board certified in dermatology and began her private practice in 1993. She continues to support her alma mater at UT Southwestern as a clinical professor dedicated to the teaching of medical residents in cosmetic procedures. She is on the national training faculty for many cosmetic corporations, using her expertise to critique and educate on procedures. Her private practice houses one of the most extensive laser facilities available. Dr. Stetler is an active member of both the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. For Dr. Stetler, total skin care is a driving philosophy. In her all-inclusive practice, patients discover the perfect skin-care environment. Everything from aesthetic treatments and products to general dermatology and cosmetic dermatology is offered. 

The Dallas Center for Dermatology and Aesthetics can treat a wide range of medical skin problems – from improving minor imperfections to removing skin cancer. Dr. Stetler and Dr. Polder create customized therapeutic regimens designed to address your skin health concerns. For more information, visit the following pages:

Lines & Wrinkle Correction

Skin Rejuvenation & Acne Treatments

Hair, Pigment & Tattoo Removal

Body Contouring & Fat Removal

Leg & Spider Veins

Skin Care Products & Other Spa Services

From lasers, to peels, to dermal fillers, one of our dermatologists can find exactly the right treatment for your needs. Request a consultation online or call 214-631-7546 to find out more about your cosmetic dermatology options in Dallas, TX. Patients who schedule a consultation for cosmetic procedures will also receive a customized "Total Skin Rejuvenation" plan to help make flawless skin a reality.

 

 

Lori D. Stetler, M.D.

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