Dermatology at Weirton Medical Center

Skin Care for All Ages

Board Certified Dermatologist in Pittsburgh, PA

The staff at WMC Dermatology strives to provide the highest level of skincare in a professional, caring, and discreet atmosphere. We help you to maintain the health of your skin by providing a wide range of services including general dermatology, skin cancer screening, and treatment, as well as medical cosmetology procedures.

The dermatology specialists at WMC Dermatology are proud to provide expert care to the men, women & children of Pittsburgh, PA. Our providers' interests include the complete spectrum of general dermatologic conditions including acne, eczema, psoriasis, autoimmune skin disorders, and skin cancer. Our dermatologists also practice dermatologic surgery, treating skin cancers, and a complement of cosmetic dermatology procedures including injectable soft tissue fillers, neuromodulators (Botox® and Xeomin®), peels, and micro-needling.

Common Skin Conditions We Treat

Cosmetic Dermatology

  • Injectable Neuromodulators
  • Injectable Fillers
  • Other Injectables
  • Micro-Needling
  • Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
  • Chemical Peel

Dermatologist looking at a mole

Our Dermatology Providers Specialize in Diagnosing and Treating Skin Disorders

 General Adult & Pediatric Dermatology

Skin Cancer Screening & Treatment Services

WMC Dermatology specializes in skin cancer prevention, screening, diagnosis and treatment.

Cosmetic Dermatology

WMC Dermatology provides patients with a range of cosmetic dermatological procedures, including injectable neuromodulators (BOTOX Cosmetic® and XEOMIN®  and fillers (RADIESSE®, JUVÉDERM® products, etc.), microneedling, and many other procedures.

Acne treatment

Acne treatment needs to be individualized to the patient for a successful outcome. There are many forms of acne, and many patients with different needs and lifestyles. Our dermatologists will customize a plan that works best for you, your skin and your lifestyle.

Eczema

Eczema is dry, red, itchy skin that can affect all age groups and varies in severity. Our dermatologists can develop a treatment regimen for you and teach you skin care behaviors to help you to prevent recurrences.

Pediatric dermatology

We provide a variety of diagnostic and treatment services for infants, children and adolescents. Our staff have a genial disposition that puts younger patients at ease during their office visit.

Rosacea

Rosacea is an inflammatory skin condition that most often affects the face in middle-age adults. It often presents as burning, tingling, or itchy red patches involving the forehead, cheeks, and chin. Pustules and pimple-like blemishes can also be seen. Occasionally rosacea can affect the eyes with gritty and dry sensations of the eyes. Many different topicals and oral medications, as we as chemical peels and lasers, are available to help treat this skin condition.

Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a chronic, often hereditary, skin condition leading to thickened scaly plaques on the skin. It is often associated with other medical conditions including heart disease, hypertension, high cholesterol and diabetes and can be worse in those who smoke or consume alcohol. There is a broad spectrum of severity of disease in patients. While psoriasis is not curable it can be managed to improve your symptoms and quality of life.

Skin infections

Skin infection treatments including warts, herpes group infections, impetigo, fungal and atypical infections, etc. are most often diagnosed and treated by dermatologists. Depending on your age, occupation, hobbies and lifestyle you may be predisposed to developing any number of these skin conditions.

Botox for excessive sweating

Topical, oral and injectable medications can help with primary hyperhidrosis, excessive sweating, of the axillary area. BOTOX® is FDA approved for the treatment of excessive underarm sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis can affect individuals emotionally and socially. If you are affected by hyperhidrosis, our dermatology providers can help.

Mole treatment

Also known as “beauty marks”, moles are quite common and almost all are harmless.  But do not ignore a changing mole - do regular self-checks, and visit a dermatologist if you have a concern.

Our Providers

Ana Busquets, MD

Ana Busquets, MD

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Residency

Medical School

Hollie Ramaley, PA-C

Hollie Ramaley, PA-C

Medical School

 

Nicole Wotus-Silvestri, PA-C

Nicole Wotus-Silvestri, PA-C

Medical School

 

Our Office

WMC Dermatology

3 Robinson Plaza
4th Floor, Suite 410
Pittsburgh, PA 15205

Phone: (412) 857-2609

Office Hours

Monday  9am- 4pm
Tuesday  9am- 4pm
Wednesday  9am- 4pm
Thursday  9am- 1pm
Friday  9am- 1pm

 

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