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DEDICATED TO EXCEPTIONAL SKIN CARE.
A skilled surgeon and cosmetic dermatologist dedicated to excellence, Susan H. Weinkle, M.D., has provided advanced skin-care services since 1984. Along with nurse practitioner Lin Hall, Dr. Weinkle offers a range of skin-care services from skin cancer surgery to facial rejuvenation. As chief resident at Stanford University, Dr. Weinkle had the opportunity to train with Dr. Fredric Mohs, Pioneer of the state-of-the-art skin cancer therapy that bears his name. With 27 years of expierence Dr. Weinkle is a member of the College of Mohs surgeons.
Recently Dr. Weinkle has witnessed the explosive demand for cosmetics procedures. "Cosmetics dermatology is an important aspects of my practice," Dr Weinkle says. She provides facial rejuvenation with Botox and filling agents, leg vein therapy and many other beneficial treatments. Dr. Susan Weinkle also lectures nationally and internationally, has published numerous book chapters and articles and serves as the editor of two journals. With a passion for teaching, she serves as assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the University of South Florida .
Dr. Weinkle remains on the cutting edge of skin care by working with leading pharmaceutical companies including Bioform, Allergan, Galderma, Procter and Gamble, Ortho-Neutrogena and Dermik. She was recently elected to the board of directors of the American Society of Dermatology and the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery. Dr Weinkle has been voted one of the "Best Doctors in America" for seven consecutive years.
Having also served on the board of directors of American Cancer Society and the Florida West Coast Symphony, Dr. Weinkle is committed to community support. She and ophthalmologist husband Dana J. Weinkle, MD., have two children: Justin, a graduate of Princeton University and is currently working on Wall street, and Allison, who is following her mothers footsteps and is finishing her residency at University of South Florida.