About Dr. Jeffrey Ellis, MD

Dr. Ellis specializes in utilizing Mohs Surgery to remove Basal Cell and Squamous Cell Carcinoma.  For cancers on the head and neck, he works closely with Oculofacial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon Dr. Rachel Ellis who provides convenient in-office post-Mohs reconstructive surgery.  

Other conditions Dr. Jeffrey Ellis specializes in are keloids,  actinic keratoses (pre-cancers), warts, acne, cysts, contact dermatitis, psoriasis, eczema, & skin cancer such as basal cell cancer, squamous cell cancer & melanoma.   

 

Tips & Wisdom

Bleach Bath for Eczema

"We have found dilute bleach baths to be very efficacious for our patients with active atopic dermatitis. We suggest half a cup of bleach in a full tub of water.  Many patients also can bene...

Acne Treatment with Topical Retinoids

Most patients with acne will benefit from topical retinoids. It is one of the few medications we prescribe topically that helps to prevent new pimples from forming.   Retinoids do not help patien...

Things to Know About Acne Treatment

Here are a few basic things I think you need to know about your acne. Many doctors will "grade" your acne, and tell you that you have mild, moderate, or severe acne.  What is more impor...

Bleach Baths for Eczema

We have found dilute bleach baths to be very efficacious for our patients with active atopic dermatitis. We suggest half a cup of bleach in a full tub of water. Many patients also can benefit from goi...

Mohs Surgery

Mohs surgery has become the standard of care for treating basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas on the face and other sensitive areas of the body. The ability to achieve higher cure rates while remo...

Laser Hair Removal with At-Home Devices

Laser hair removal done by a skilled physician in the medical office setting is a reliable, safe and effective procedure. We have seen several patients who have used at-home lasers. Most have had no b...

Sunscreen Selection Tips

Protecting your skin from the sun is a safe thing to do. UV rays are a known carcinogen. Sunscreen is an important tool to help protect your skin from the sun, but remember that not all sun protection...