Pediatric, adolescent and young adult dermatology specialists

                    KARA N. SHAH, MD, PHD

                    KARA N. SHAH, MD, PHD


Trust our providers and staff to provide personalized care for you and your child.




What makes us different? 


Our focus is on the unique skin health needs of infants, children, teenagers and young adults.  Dr. Shah also sees adult patients for specific concerns such as acne, psoriasis, and skin cancer. Please note that we do not provide cosmetic services.

We provide evaluation and management of common concerns such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, moles, and birthmarks, as well as highly specialized care for more complex conditions such as melanoma, hemangiomas, and congenital skin diseases or syndromes.

We utilize a state-of-the-art electronic health record that incorporates high-quality digital imaging (photographs) to ensure that your health information is accurate, comprehensive, and easily accessible. 

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conditions we treat

We provide diagnosis and management of a wide range of common and rare skin disorders

Please click here for a list of common conditions for which we provide diagnosis and treatment

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pulsed dye laser treatment

We now offer pulsed dye laser treatment for port wine stains, spider angiomas, telangiectasias and other vascular skin lesions


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epicutaneous patch testing

We provide evaluation and management of allergic contact dermatitis, including patch testing.


skin cancer screening

Dr. Shah provides skin cancer screening examinations for patients of all ages

established patients may access the patient portal here. patient portal functions include the following:

  • Verify and/or update address and insurance information currently on file
  • Enter/update medical history and current medications
  • View selected test results and reports
  • Secure communication with the nursing staff or their provider

Virtual visits

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For more information on skin cancer detection, visit the American Academy of Dermatology SPOT Skin cancer website