The mission of A Children's House for Pediatric Dermatology is to provide exceptional pediatric dermatology care and an extraordinary patient experience that consistently exceeds expectations. Our aim is focus on compassionate, holistic care that is reasonably priced with flexible appointments. Our office is located in a charming home in the Montrose neighborhood and our friendly, helpful staff will make you feel welcome from the moment you enter our front door. We consider caring for our patients a privilege and a blessing and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Alanna F. Bree, MD, FAAD, is a board certified Pediatric Dermatologist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital. She is also the Executive Director of a non-profit organization, A Children's House for the Soul, which was formed to provide support for children and teens with skin conditions and birthmarks. As well, she is the solo physician of A Children's House for Pediatric Dermatology. She graduated from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield, IL. She completed her residency training in Dermatology at Saint Louis University, with fellowship training in Pediatric Dermatology at Northwestern University/Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago, IL. She is board certified in Dermatology and Pediatric Dermatology through the American Board of Dermatology. Her special interests in pediatric dermatology include pediatric dermatologic surgery & laser treatments, birthmarks, and genetic skin diseases, as well as the social, emotional and spiritual impact of skin disease. Dr. Bree has been actively involved in the American Academy of Dermatology and Society for Pediatric Dermatology where she has participated in several leadership roles & given many nationally invited lectures. She has been involved in national and international pediatric dermatology research, has several scientific publications and is co-author of The Illustrated Manual of Pediatric Dermatology. She is the one of the medical directors of Camp Dermadillo, a member of the AAD Camp Discovery program, held each summer at Camp For All in Burton, TX. She is also a member of the Scientific Advisory Council for the National Foundation for Ectodermal Dysplasias and is co-chair for the Dermatology Advisory Group for the World Health Organization. As well, she is actively involved in her community, both locally and globally. She is a member of Trinity Lutheran Church Downtown where she is the co-chair of the Missions Committee and a member of the Health Cabinet. She is also a Girl Scout co-leader and a member of National Charity League. She has participated in several short-term mission trips to Nicaragua, Guatemala, Kenya and Tanzania. Most importantly, she desires to live out her faith each and every day through helping others with her God-given gifts and talents.