Feb 13

West County Dermatology Expands Its Staff of Medical Dermatologists

Chesterfield, Mo. (February 13, 2018) West County Dermatology announced today that Alicia Miller, M.D. has joined its team and is accepting new adult and pediatric patients.

Dr. Miller has over ten years of experience as an attending physician, offering treatments for general and medical dermatology patients.

Dr. Miller completed her residency in dermatology at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, as well as her residency in pediatrics at Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. She also completed an internship in internal medicine and pediatrics at Ohio State University/Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Miller received her with High Honor from the University of Nebraska Omaha College of Medicine.

“I’m impressed with West County Dermatology’s commitment to skin health, safety, beauty, and its reputation as a pioneer in the local dermatology community,” said Miller. “I very much look forward to serving patients with a team committed to top-notch care.”

Dr. Miller is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha and of the American Academy of Dermatology.

“We’re proud to add Dr. Miller’s exceptional experience to our team and to be able to offer her expert care to both our adult and our pediatric patients,” said Daniel Ring, M.D.

About West County Dermatology (www.westcoderm.com)

Serving the St. Louis area, West County Dermatology is located in the heart of Chesterfield, Mo. and specializes in cosmetic, clinical and surgical dermatology. West County Dermatology has an on-site dermatopathologist and offers treatment for acne, allergies, eczema, moles and birthmarks, rosacea, warts, and skin cancer. Cosmetic services offered include BOTOX® injections, laser hair reduction, laser treatment for telangiectasias, sclerotherapy, and skin fillers. Pioneers in the local dermatology community, West County Dermatology was the first to offer XTRAC® Laser and expanded patch testing. West County Dermatology also offers photodynamic therapy for precancerous skin conditions.