Comprehensive general, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology care across all age groups.

We pride ourselves in offering you and your family the most advanced dermatologic care available. As home to the most board-certified dermatologists and fellowship trained dermatopathologists and dermatologic surgeons, Associates In Dermatology brings you the latest treatment options.



Medical dermatology incorporates the diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory, infectious and neoplastic processes through numerous modalities. We are ready to talk about the options that best fit your goals of care.

Our physicians are dermatologists who treat a variety of skin conditions, including, but not limited to the list below.

Acne Treatment
Actinic Keratoses
Allergic Contact Rashes
Alopecia Areata
Atopic Dermatitis
Basal Cell Carcinoma (skin cancer)
Blistering Diseases
Fungal Infections
Genital Warts
Hair Loss
Herpes Infections
Keratosis Pilaris
Lichen Planus
Molluscum Contagiosum
Nail Fungus
Pityriasis Rosea
Poison Ivy
Skin Infections (Staph infections)
Seborrheic Dermatitis
Seborrheic Keratoses
Sexually Transmitted Disease
Skin Cancer Treatment
Skin Tags
Solar Lentigos (Sun Spots)
Squamous Cell Carcinoma

For information on these conditions and more, please visit the American Academy of Dermatology website



Mohs surgery is a technique that provides the highest clearance rates of tumors in cosmetically sensitive regions.

This is accomplished by microscopic evaluation of the entire edge of a tumor, unlike traditional methods that can only visualize a small percentage of the tumor’s edge. Once your tumor is removed, our 4 ACGME fellowship trained surgeons strive to give you the highest quality cosmetic result and will follow along with you through the entire healing process.

At Associates in Dermatology, we provide comprehensive surgical care for a variety of dermatological conditions.


Mohs Micrographic Surgery
Wide Excisions
Electrodessication & Curettage
Reconstructive Surgery


Cyst Removal
Mole and Spot Removal
Scar Revision



Our three board-certified, highly trained physicians provide interpretation of skin biopsy specimens.

This ensures accurate diagnosis for skin cancer and complex dermatologic diseases. We understand that long waits for biopsy results can cause significant anxiety and distress. However, our on-site dermatopathology lab ensures rapid reporting of biopsy results, so your wait for an answer is shortened. Furthermore, this in-house laboratory allows close communication between our dermatopathologists and dermatologists, optimizing interpretation of your biopsies and ensuring diagnostic accuracy.

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Our office provides 24/7 consultative services to numerous hospitals in the region. We work with your admitting doctor to determine and accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment plan.



Aesthetic Alternatives

Aesthetic Alternatives, a division of Associates in Dermatology, offers the latest in cosmetic treatments and aesthetic products to help you look and feel your best.

As an established cosmetic practice, our first priority is to help achieve the results you desire at an affordable cost.  Our aestheticians, cosmetic nursing staff, and physicians offer a wide range of cosmetic services including Lasers, Neurotoxins and fillers, and Chemical peels.

For more information and to book an appointment please go to our website.



Do you think you could have an allergy to a product you are using, or a metal allergy? Call our office to have one of our providers evaluate you for a potential contact allergy.

What is Contact Dermatitis?

Contact dermatitis is a rash that occurs when your skin comes into contact with a substance that causes an immune response. This reaction can happen even to substances that you have used safely for years. It may be difficult to diagnose since contact dermatitis may coexist with or look identical to other kinds of eczema. Once you have developed a contact allergy, it is often difficult to avoid the culprit allergen without knowing exactly what you need to avoid, since many products are made with similar ingredients, and some substances may be found in many different things.

How is Contact Dermatitis diagnosed?

Contact dermatitis should be considered in new cases of eczema, when there are changes in chronic cases of eczema such as in location, severity, or appearance, and whenever eczema isn’t responding to treatment. It may be particularly difficult to identify contact dermatitis in people with atopic dermatitis. Your health care provider may diagnose you with irritant or allergic contact dermatitis based on evaluation of your medical history, exposures, and symptoms, and with a procedure called patch testing.

What is Patch Testing?

Patch testing is a procedure where allergens are placed on your back for 2 days, then removed. After removal, your back is examined for any reactions. Around two days after removing the patches, you will return to the office again for your second reading. At this time, your provider will determine if it is necessary to perform additional readings after your second reading.

Note that patch testing is not the same as prick testing, which is a different allergy test that is used to diagnose other kinds of allergies, such as hay fever, and is not helpful in diagnosing allergic contact dermatitis.


Associates in Dermatology houses the University of Louisville Dermatology Residency Program. We are tasked with educating the dermatologists of tomorrow and developing future leaders in the field. The program has been in existence over 40 years. Our trainees have a board passage rate of >99% and have gone on to careers throughout the country.

Academic Dermatology - Jeffrey P. Callen, MD