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Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery Institute
Full-Service Dermatology Center in South Florida

Medical Dermatology

DCSI offers a full array of dermatological services to help you maintain healthy skin. Read more on this page about specific services.

Cosmetic Dermatology

Botulinum Toxin (Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin) treatment is a revolutionary approach to reversing the affects of facial wrinkles.

Surgical Dermatology

We have many techniques that save the greatest amount of healthy tissue and has a very high cure rate for select cancers. Learn more…

Welcome to the Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery Institute, DCSI
Where Results Are Clearly Seen

“Our goal at the Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery Institute P.A. is to provide the highest quality personalized medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatological care. We serve our patients with warmth and compassion, according to the highest standards of our profession. We consider the needs of our patients and individualize their treatment accordingly. Our greatest reward is the gratitude of our patients, the awareness that they entrusted us with the care of their health, and the knowledge that we provided them with the highest quality and most personalized care.”

Dr. Mounir M. Wassef, D.O., FAOCD, FAAD

Recent News & Blogs

What Can a Dermatologist Do for Acne Scars?

At DCSI we understand how frustrating and sometimes embarrassing dealing with acne scars can be. They often make your skin look discolored, uneven, and rough. There aren’t too many over-the-counter products and home remedies that effectively treat or heal acne scars....

How to Layer Skincare Products

With all the different products and trends circulating in the skincare industry, beginners, or anyone really, can easily be overwhelmed by it all. As a successful dermatology office, we want to help readers understand that your skincare routine does not have to be...

Benefits of Aquaphor on Face

Aquaphor Healing Ointment has quickly become one of the most popular and available skin products in today’s market. With its thick ointment consistency it can help heal and protect dry or cracked skin, minor cuts and burns, skin irritations, and even chapped lips,...

What Is BHRT Therapy?

Bioidentical hormones are made to mirror the hormones that the body’s endocrine glands create. Hormones act as messengers to the other parts of the body to tell them how or when to work and affect many functions and systems in the body. If there is even a slight...

Skin Care by Age

DCSI shares with all of our patients that skin care is almost like a fingerprint. It is unique to each person. The difference between skin care and fingerprints is that skin care needs to change as we age. As our skin matures, it will have different needs and issues...

Halloween Skincare Recovery

Ghosts, pumpkins, and blood galore! As Halloween quickly approaches, it's important you understand how to care for your skin after Halloween. Our dermatologist in Wellington can't stress enough how important it is to care for your skin and stick to a skincare routine....

Healthy Skin Habits

Many people believe that it takes a bunch of expensive skincare products and fancy facials to have clearer skin, but they have been misled. Healthy skin habits start with taking care of the body and a simple but effective skincare routine. Individuals can take daily...

AHA vs. BHA for Skin

What are AHAs and BHAs? They are different types of hydroxy acids that work to improve the skin. AHAs are alpha hydroxy acids, and BHAs are beta hydroxy acids. They can often be found in toners, cleansers, serums, scrubs, masks, and moisturizers. These acids work by...

Best Skincare for Menopausal Skin

Menopause can affect any woman who has menstruated at some point in her life. There are signs and symptoms that take a toll on the skin in different ways. There are so many things that are affected when a woman starts experiencing menopausal symptoms: Hair loss...

What Causes White Spots on Skin?

The white spots on the skin, also known as tinea versicolor, don’t only just appear as white spots. They can also be shades of pink, red, and even brown. They are more noticeable on darker skin and could get larger over time. DCSI wants to share the symptoms of these...