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March 20, 2020

To Our Valued Patients,

As you are well aware, the next weeks will be a challenging time for all. The physicians, providers and staff at Midwest Center for Dermatology are doing our best to stay abreast of the rapidly changing information surrounding the COVID-19 epidemic.

To this end, we are attempting to protect you, our patients, by limiting your exposure to others by following CDC guidelines for social distancing while maintaining our standard of the highest level of care.

We are converting regular office visits to telehealth visits via the computer, cell phones, iPads, land lines, or via email. We do have some options for emergency, face to face visits. We can determine if these are necessary by phone or video.

If you have a scheduled appointment, expect a call from us to arrange one of these options. If you need an appointment, please call our offices listed below.

How Can I Still Get Care?

Telephone: Our Call Center is available for all locations.

Clinton Township Center 586-286-0112
Warren Center 586-574-2800
St. Clair Shores Center 586-776-9770
Shelby Center 586-566-6770
Farmington Hills Center 248-538-0109

Scheduled Appointments: We will call you prior to your scheduled appointment to help you through your visit.

Tele-Health Visits: We are having great success providing care via Face Time, Skype, Google Duo or through emailed photos and the telephone. Our staff is experienced and can walk you through this process.

Face to Face: Situations requiring a face to face appointment with a physician will be available.

Be assured that we are actively sanitizing our facilities throughout the day and screening patients for fever and viral symptoms upon entry to our building.

As we all adjust to our new way of life, we ask for your patience and understanding, but know that we are committed to delivering the highest quality of care.

Patients on the following biological drugs are requested to call the office immediately for information regarding the use of your medication during the epidemic:
Enbrel, Humira, Cimzia, Stelara, Methotrexate and Cyclosporin

Wishing you the best of health,
Midwest Center for Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery

Midwest Center For Dermatology


At the Midwest Center for Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery, we have assembled a group of dermatologist with peerless credentials and an ongoing commitment to academic excellence. Our broad and varied expertise covers all aspects of dermatology, including mole checks, inflammatory skin diseases, psoriasis, eczema, fungal, viral and bacterial infections, skin cancer, skin cancer surgery, advanced dermatologic surgery, lasers and cosmetic dermatology.

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The Millennial’s Guide to Cosmetic Procedures

Paul M. Graham, D.O.

As millennials enter their third and forth decade of life, more and more are seeking advice from dermatologists for early signs of aging. For those of you that have heard the term millennials but don't know what this means, here is my mediocre attempt to define it. Millennials describe a group of individuals born from the early 1980's to the early 2000's who possess a fascinating familiarity with technology. In the age of Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and nonstop selfies, millennials are becoming more concerned about their physical appearance. This has directly contributed to the recent surge in cosmetic procedures worldwide. Whether it be forehead wrinkles, frown lines, dark spots, or undervolumized lips, millennials want it addressed!

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Lasers in Dermatology

Barry Auster, MD – Farmington Hills Center

Lasers have become an integral part of treatment in dermatology.
Their history in dermatology began in the mid-sixties when the first lasers were used on human skin. One of the pioneers was Dr. Leon Goldman, The chairman of dermatology at the University of Cincinnati.

The initial attempts were for the treatment of congenital hemangiomas also known as port-wine stains.
This was an entity that had resisted various forms of therapy yet was very debilitations for the patients and distressful for their parents. The results were dramatic and a true breakthrough.


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Locations & Contacts

Clinton Township Center

Northeast Medical Building
43900 Garfield, Suite 100
Clinton Township, MI 48038
Phone: 586-286-0112
Fax: 586-286-2702

Warren Center

St John Macomb Hospital Center
Medical Building
11900 E. 12 Mile Road, Suite 201
Warren, MI 48093
Phone: 586-574-2800
Fax: 586-574-2803

Farmington Hills Center
31275 Northwestern Highway,
Suite 140,
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Phone: 248-538-0109
Fax: 248-538-0675

Shelby Center

45700 Schoenherr Road
Shelby Township, MI 48315
Phone: 586-566-6770
Fax: 586-566-6771

St. Clair Shores Center

28333 Harper Avenue
St. Clair Shores, MI 48081
Phone: 586-776-9770
Fax: 586-776-9772