With three convenient offices in the Columbia, South Carolina area, the Columbia Skin Clinic has been associated with the best quality treatment of the skin, hair, and nails. As the state's oldest dermatology practice, Columbia Skin Clinic has been meeting the many dermatology requirements of the area's residents.


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  City Columbia, SC
  Zip Code 29203
  Address 3 Medical Prk Rd # 500
  Phone Number (803) 779-7316

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As the largest, most experienced dermatology group in the Midlands, Columbia Skin Clinic is known for its expertise in diagnosing and treating a wide array of skin conditions and its dedication to the best patient care experience. Our comprehensive dermatology practice offers the latest advancements in skin care treatments. Our in-house histology lab, which is run by our dermatopathologist, offers the convenience of a one-stop treatment center with quicker test results. Trained in every facet of skin cancer from prevention to treatment, our board-certified physicians utilize everything from non-invasive procedures to cutting-edge Mohs surgery.


Our aesthetic services are non-surgical and designed to both nourish and rejuvenate your skin. There's no better way to get on the path to beautiful healthy skin than with regular facials. All of our relaxing facials work to thoroughly cleanse and hydrate your skin, leaving you glowing. A safe procedure to remove dead skin cells as well as excess vellus hair, which are known for trapping dirt, oil and dead cells. In this quick treatment, the resurfacing skin technique vacuums away dead skin cells, which leaves your skin soft and refreshed with no downtime.


However, many types of skin cancer are highly curable if detected early and treated correctly. The physicians at Columbia Skin Clinic are determined to help and protect patients withskin cancer screenings and state-of-the-art treatment when any issues arise. Wearing sunscreen is not the only protection you need against skin cancer. Getting a yearly skin cancer screening is critical to early detection, particularly if you have a history of skin cancer, which can prevent the cancer from spreading and even becoming fatal.