Dr. Will Kirby
Dr. WILL KIRBY practices clinical and cosmetic dermatology in Los Angeles. A licensed physician in California since 2002, with Board Certification in Dermatology, Dr. Kirby's medical practice is limited to diseases & surgery of the skin, hair, and nails with an emphasis on facial cosmetic enhancement and complexion enrichment. Dr. Kirby offers a multitude of dermatological services many of which you can learn more about by exploring this site.
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Unretouched photos of paid models taken at maximum frown before treatment with BOTOX® Cosmetic and taken at maximum frown after treatment with BOTOX® Cosmetic at indicated time points.
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Is It Cancer?
38 Photos That Could Save Your Life!
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer, with more than 3.5 million cases affecting more than two million people each year, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. Early detection and treatment are key, which is why it's vital to pay attention to moles and other marks on your skin (and to see a dermatologist once a year for a skin exam).
Dr. Kirby specializes in laser tattoo removal and laser hair removal services. We can help you better understand our services and if you are a good candidate.
Los Angeles Premier DermatologistDr. Will Kirby offer the latest surgical and cosmetic dermatological care for patients of all ages. Kirby Dermatology is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including multiple lasers to ensure our patients receive optimal up-to-date care. Dr. Kirby works with each patient individually and take a team approach in determining the treatment that is best for your specific needs and desires. He also believes in the importance of patient education and promise to keep you thoroughly informed of your treatment options and progress. Dr. Kirby believes your skin deserves the best and are confident that we can deliver the quality dermatological care that will keep your skin healthy and beautiful for years to come!
Patient TestimonialsWe understand that one of the most important ways for you to select the right physician to perform your cosmetic or dermatological procedures is by reading what Dr. Kirby's own patients have to say about him. We encourage you to read the content on this site and visit Yelp. We are confident you will find that Kirby Dermatology is worthy of it's reputation.
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Patient AppointmentsIf you are interested in setting an appointment with Dr. Will Kirby or have questions about a consultation please call us at 888-631-7773.
New patient consultations generally are scheduled within one or two weeks. Let us know if you have an urgent skin condition and we will make every effort to add you to the schedule sooner.
Protect Your SkinDo you know that some sunscreens can prevent sunburn, reduce your risk of getting skin cancer, and help prevent early signs of skin aging? This infographic courtesy of the American Academy of Dermatology show you how to choose a sunscreen that does all three.
What on earth is a dysplastic nevus or a basal cell carcinoma? https://t.co/ldbv3SZD6R
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Before you hit the road or board a train, bus or plane, here’s a new way to make your trip safer: Protect yourself… https://t.co/q9LfWuK6CH
Running errands to get ready for the holiday? Remember, even a few minutes of unprotected sun exposure can cause sk… https://t.co/38Nv1JRmjq
Camp Sundown is a “night camp” designed for children with UV light-sensitivity disorders who must spend their lives… https://t.co/KrNO2zkrv2
Chelsea was just 23 when she learned she had stage III melanoma. Today, she's cancer free and a great advocate for… https://t.co/dWPrRf9XIY
Childhood sun exposure increases skin cancer risk later in life. Tips for protecting your little ones:… https://t.co/0pVr0p2Avq
Darker skin produces more of the pigment called melanin that helps protect the skin — but only to a certain extent. https://t.co/pBy8VU1I5Z
What you should know about sunscreen and acne: https://t.co/alxvrJwp7e