Superior Dermatology, Cosmetic & Aesthetic Services in Dartmouth, MA

Welcome to Dartmouth Dermatology, where your dermatologic and skin care needs are met by a caring team of physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and aestheticians. Our office offers both general and cosmetic dermatology care including everything from skin cancer and skin conditions to Botox, fillers, and facials .

Dedicated To Healthy Skin!

At Dartmouth Dermatology, we continually strive to provide the most current diagnostic and therapeutic services available. With over 35 years of experience, our physicians and staff are committed to helping our patients achieve beautiful, healthy skin.

General Dermatology

  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Skin Cancer, Moles, Birthmarks, Cysts and All Growths of the Skin.
  • Eczema, Psoriasis, Acne, Warts and All Rashes.
  • Diseases of Hair, Nails and Mucous Membranes

Surgical Dermatology

  • Surgical Treatment of Skin Cancers, including Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, and Malignant Melanoma.
  • Surgical Treatment of Moles, Warts, Birthmarks, Age Spots and Cysts.
  • Cryosurgery of pre-cancerous lesions warts and age spots.


Cosmetic Dermatology

  • Botox Treatment for Facial Wrinkles
  • Restylane Lyft®, Restylane® Juvederm XC®,  Voluma® and Volbella fillers used to treat Facial Wrinkles
  • Laser (including):Hair Removal, Treatment of Pigmented Lesions, Treatment of Vascular Lesions, Sublative Rejuvenation for acne scarring

Aesthetic Services

  • Rejuvenating Peels and Facials
  • Parisian Peels-Microdermabrasion
  • Chemical Facials
  • Fruit Facials
  • Waxing
  • A fine line of skin care products.

We accept new patients by appointment and with appropriate referral for most medical insurance plans.

Ready to schedule an appointment with Dartmouth Dermatology? We're looking forward to meeting you. Contact our office today! (508) 998-1994



Meet Our Staff

  • Paul E. Snyder
    M.D.

    Learn about Dr. Snyder's experience and training here.

  • Justin M. Besen
    MD

    Learn about Dr. Bensen's experience and training here.

  • Catherine Pereira
    MS, RN, ANP-C, DCNP

    Learn about Catherine's experience and training here.

  • Cynthia M. Paradise
    APRN-BC, DCNP

    Learn about Cynthia's experience and training here.

  • Adam Rhodes
    PA-C

    Learn about Adam's experience and training here.

  • Margaret Frates
    PA-C

    Learn about Margaret's experience and training here.

  • Lori Bentley
    Aesthetician

    Learn about Lori's experience and training here.

Testimonials

  • "I love the staff! Everyone is extremely friendly, helpful and knowledgeable!"
    D.M.
  • "I am always treated with kindness and professionalism. Smiles, and occasional laughter, round out the experience."
    M.P.
  • "I have been coming here since I was 13 and I am very pleased with the service! At age 34 I am dealing with psoriasis and they are helping me tremendously with my treatments."
    K.M.
  • "Dartmouth Dermatology is a great office. The providers are very nice and the staff is extremely friendly. visits are very thorough. This office treats you like family."
    M.C.
  • "Being outdoors I forget to apply sunscreen. So getting dermatology check ups are important. The staff is friendly and the office setting is comfortable. I am confident about the care and follow up provided."
    F.M.

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    Hyperhidrosis is excess sweating. We all need to sweat to keep our bodies cool. However, people with hyperhidrosis seem to have overactive sweat glands. They may sweat even when their body does not need cooling. Many people who have hyperhidrosis sweat from one or more areas of the body. Most often, ...

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    Urticaria is the medical term for hives. Hives are pink welts or swellings that can itch, burn or sting. Hives can vary in size from as small as a pen tip to as large as a dinner plate, and they may join together to form even larger swellings. Hives generally go away within 24 hours, although new hives ...

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    Hidradenitis suppurativa, also known as acne inversa, is an inflammatory disease that causes bumps to appear on the skin. While these bumps may resemble pimples or boils, they typically appear in places where acne does not, such as the underarms and groin. Many people have HS for life. When the condition ...

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Dartmouth Dermatology

Monday:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Tuesday:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Wednesday:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Thursday:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed