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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

Retinol vs. Tretinoin

There are a plethora of skincare products out there that claim to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, increase collagen, treat acne, and improve overall skin texture. And many of them work. That is because they include an active ingredient called retinoids. But not all...

Benefits of Red and Blue Light Therapy for Your Skin

Red and blue light therapy are two non-invasive treatments that have become increasingly popular recently. These therapies use different wavelengths of light to penetrate the skin and stimulate various cellular processes, leading to various benefits. Our dermatology...

Which Vitamin Deficiency Causes Hair Loss?

Hair loss is a common issue that affects people of all ages, genders, and races. Many factors can contribute to hair loss, including genetics, hormones, stress, and poor nutrition. One nutrient that is often associated with hair loss is a lack of vitamins. Here at our...

Should You Wash Your Face in the Shower?

Washing your face is an essential part of any skin care routine. It helps remove dirt, oil, and impurities that can accumulate on your skin throughout the day. Many people wash their faces in the shower for convenience, but is this a good idea? Our dermatology centers...

Skincare Dupes

Whether you want to work on your acne-prone skin, reduce the appearance of pores, brighten any dark spots, or just overall improve the look of your skin there is a drugstore version of the more expensive brands that will work just as well without breaking the bank. We...

Healthy Scalp Tips

The health of our scalps is something that is often forgotten or taken for granted. Many people seem to forget that there is skin on our heads and it needs just as much attention and care as the skin everywhere else. DCSI deals with many hair conditions including...

How Often Should You Exfoliate Your Face?

DCSI understands the importance of understanding different skincare trends, habits, and products. Our patients often ask how often you should exfoliate your face and which products to use. Our West Palm Beach Dermatologist is here to help patients learn about their...

Benefits of Sleep for Skin

For anyone wondering if ‘beauty sleep’ is a real thing… of course it is! Your skin uses the time that you are asleep to heal itself from the damage of the day. Getting a good night’s rest gives your skin the chance to improve. This is often why you may notice your...

Skin Icing Benefits

In the world of skin care trends, there are a few of them that have caught on. There are now different products being created to make these trends easier to do. One of these trends is icing the skin. DCSI can help patients understand skin icing benefits and exactly...

How to Treat Fungal Acne

Fungal acne is a common skin condition that isn’t too hard to treat. It happens when hair follicles become infected with a fungus called Malassezia yeast. Fungal acne causes clusters of small, itchy, red bumps (papules) on the skin. Sometimes these bumps can become...