Lincoln Dermatologist
7501 S. 27th St
Lincoln, Nebraska 68512 US
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5 out of 5 stars Birthmark Removal

Birthmark Removal. Lincoln, NE

Simply put, Dr. Lott is amazing. After seeing her the first time, "Bedside mannerism" seems like an insultive label. She is very easy to form a trusting bond with, she is always straight forward, and she's always well informed on any given dermatology subject relative to you or not. She's extremely intelligent and sociable on the up most professional level. Dr. Lott was born to be a...

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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology

Memberships

American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS)

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Lott has hospital affiliations at St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Lincoln, NE.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, 1967
    Medical: MD, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1971
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Georgetown University, Washington, DC
    Residency: Dermatology, University of Nebraska Medical Center

Treatments offered at Cosmetic Dermatology and Laser Center

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Can Exercise Metabolize the Effects of Juverderm?

I have seen several references in my professional journals regarding the lowering of longevity of fillers in people who exercise due to the increase... READ MORE

Is Botox Really Meant for You to Look Younger?

Personal story- I heard the 1st Botox lecture Dr. Alastair Carruthers gave at our derm surgery meeting and was ready to sign up although he presented... READ MORE

Are There Specific Steps to Reduce Swelling and Bruising After a Radiesse Injection?

Cold packs, cold packs and did I mention cold packs?? Bring some in a cooler and ice off & on on your way home. Don't work out, mow the lawn... READ MORE

Alternative to Restylane for Acne Scarring?

My first patient using the Pixel Omifit handpiece on my old CO2 laser for her "hill and valley" acne scars looked so much better she decided... READ MORE

I Had Restylene Innjected to the Corners of my Mouth Yesterday & Am Quite Swollen Where the Filler Is. is This Normal, Help?

I think I am the queen of swelling with the Hyaluronic fillers. We took photos to reassure my patients who have the same reaction. It is best to be... READ MORE

I Massaged Lumps in Lower Lip from Juvederm Now my Lip is Huge. Why?

#1 keep your 1 week appointment with your doc. Let's hope the swelling is just the trauma and will get better with time and ice. If some of the... READ MORE

Worried About Laser and Facial Blistering- Will It Go Away? (photo)

I would advise you to go see the treating doctor as soon as possible. You need very careful and thorough care to recover well including gentle... READ MORE

Confused About Units of Botox Received Previously Vs. New Recommendation, Am I Missing Something?

The Carruthers (the Docs who brought the cosmetic use of Botox to us) have done several dose ranging studies that were reported at our national... READ MORE

Is it Normal for a Doctor to Inject Me Once on Each Side for Crows Feet?

Injection style varies but with the average diffusion of Botox or Dysport being about "thumb size" often only one injection is needed to... READ MORE

How Long Should Legs be kept out of the Sun After a Varicose Vein Procedure?

As long as you have any discoloration from any procedures, you should protect the area from the sun. This is true for any kind of injury particularly... READ MORE