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8310 W Sahara Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89117 US
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5 out of 5 stars Sculptra Aesthetic

Sculptra in Vegas -Las Vegas, NV

Dr. Aspacio and his assistant Trisha are very nice, professional people. They are very knowledgable about every procedure. They make you feel comfortable and at ease. Every time I've gone to see them, I've left, feeling great with minimal bruising. Highly suggest Summerlin Dermatology.

5 out of 5 stars Juvederm

35 Years Old - Las Vegas, NV

When it comes to my face, I could not put myself in random hands. It has to be a true professional and I found one in Dr Aspasio. Facial fillers can easily make you look plastic and artificial. I always feel bad for those duck-face girls, and wonder what doctor would agree to do that. At 35, I need to get my fillers quite regularly. It's usually Juvederm but I also use Restilene and Sculptra....

5 out of 5 stars Radiesse

Old Looking Hands Look Young Again! - Las Vegas, NV

I feel & look so young, but being thin has made my hands look bony and old. Dr. Aspacio artistically added small amounts of the filler into he back of my hands and expertly smoothed them into hands I'm proud to show. I find myself wearing my rings & bracelets again and I know the compliments I receive on my jewelry is due to the look of my hands!

5 out of 5 stars Accutane

Doc's Patient for 8+ Years - Las Vegas, NV

Dr. Aspacio and/or one of his staff.

5 out of 5 stars Voluma

Sunken Cheeks No More! - Las Vegas, NV

I have found Dr. Aspacio to be a kind and thoughtful provider. I've been seeing him for the last 4 years, for various procedures, always with excellent results. Dr. Aspacio has always treated me with respect and dignity.

5 out of 5 stars Juvederm

44 Years Old, Needed Some Volume in Cheeks. Las Vegas, NV

Dr. Aspacio is very gentle and precise, I'm extremely happy with the results. Trish Hoffman is a gem, personable, compassionate, and knows her stuff. Very happy with both!

*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.

Personal Statement

You deserve the finest quality and highest value of care available. I strive to provide service that is attentive, friendly and complete. Our office setting is professional yet informal, that lends itself to a comfortable and warm doctor-patient relationship. Our utmost respect for you and your part

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology


Fellow, American Academy of Dermatology (FAAD)

Consultation Fee

Free. All cosmetic and aesthetic consultations are free.

Awards & Recognition

Top Doctor - City, Las Vegas Magazine, 2010
Voted "Top" or "Best" Dermatologist in Las Vegas, NV
Top 10 Doctor - State, Nevada Dermatologist, 2014
Top 10 Doctor - City, Las Vegas, NV Dermatologist, 2014
Top 10 Doctor - Metro Area, Greater Las Vegas Dermatologist, 2014
RealSelf Top Doctor

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Aspacio has hospital affiliations at University Medical Center, Valley Hospital Medical Center, and Mountain View Hospital.


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS in Biochemistry, University of California, Davis, 1988
    Medical: MD, University of California, Davis, School of Medicine, 1992
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Internal Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, 1993
    Residency: Dermatology, Martin Luther King, Charles Drew Medical Center, 1994

Treatments offered at Summerlin Dermatology

Blog Posts and Articles

Cosmeceuticals – The marriage of cosmetics to pharmaceuticals

Can makeup be good for your skin? There is a chance with cosmeceuticals.Cosmeceuticals represent a marriage between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Like cosmetics, cosmeceuticals are topically applied, but they contain ingredients that influence the biological function of the skin. Cosmeceuticals may improve your skin’s appearance by delivering nutrients necessary for healthy skin, while striving to improve skin tone, texture and radiance.There are quite a few botanicals pertaining to...

Achieving & Maintaining a More Youthful Appearance

You just need to look in the mirror to see the many changes the surface of your skin has gone through over the years; but there are just as many changes happening underneath that surface you should be aware of.This knowledge will help you understand the reasons we recommend certain skin care treatments and injectables for your specific “Prepare & Repair” treatment plan.Facial changes start with several types of tissue, including your skin, fat, muscle and bone:SKINYour skin becomes...

Good Choices Now, May Keep Your Child Safe Later

Skin cancer is related to lifetime exposure to UV radiation. Most skin cancers appear after age 50, but the sun's damaging effects begin at an early age. Therefore, protection should start in early childhood in order to help prevent skin cancer later in life. Finding a sunscreen formulated for the delicate skin of infants and children would be of great benefit in reducing the chances of developing skin cancer.Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Although anyone...

Hair Loss Is A Normal Part Of Life

Hair loss is a normal part of life – it happens while you’re washing & drying your hair or just brushing & combing it. Losing from 50 to 100 hairs a day is the average number for most people. Hair goes through cycles and there will usually be a new one replacing the ones you lose. However, hair loss may also be a sign of a serious medical condition. The condition of your hair is an important indicator of your health; a proper evaluation by a dermatologist is the best way to...

Yes, Sunscreen is Safe!

Yes, sunscreen is safe to use. No published studies show that sunscreen is toxic to humans or hazardous to human health. Scientific studies actually support using sunscreen. Research shows that wearing sunscreen can reduce your risk of getting skin cancer. Sunscreen also can reduce premature skin aging. What about the reported health risks associated with some ingredients found in sunscreens? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates sunscreens. Before an ingredient...

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Is it safe to have micro-needling treatments while taking Accutane 10mg?

Thank you for your question. A side effect of Accutane is an increase in sensitivity and increase risk of scarring when the skin incurs any type of... READ MORE

Should I continue taking accutane? (Photos)

Thank you for your question and photographs. I'm sorry to hear about your struggles with acne, but it is common to have breakouts when starting... READ MORE

Oily Skin care routine with Accutane?

Thank you for your question. In my experience, either Cetaphil or CeraVe foaming cleanser and moisturizers have been effective with oily skin. I rec... READ MORE

My doctor started me on a generic of accutane yesterday but next appointment isn't until 8/9 and I will run out of meds?

Thank you for your question. Having a few days lapse in Accutane treatment between your appointments is fine because the medication lasts in your ... READ MORE

Severe acne and 4 days into Accutane after no success with other acne medications/remedies. Will my skin ever be clear? (photo)

Thank you for your question and photographs. It is common to have breakouts when starting any acne treatment, especially Accutane. In my experience,... READ MORE

Is it okay to stop my Epiduo treatment?

Thank you for your question. A side effect of Epiduo is redness, irritation, dryness, peeling, etc. In my experience, decreasing the frequency of r... READ MORE

I am in the last week of my 2nd month of isotretinoin. When will my skin be completely clear?

Thank you for your question. It is not uncommon to have breakouts while taking Accutane. Usually the flare-up lasts a few weeks, but in some i... READ MORE

What type of humidifier should I use to keep skin moist while on Accutane?

Thank you for your question. Any humidifier is effective and cool versus warm air humidifiers is based on personal preference. I generally recommend... READ MORE

Can you use Accutane to get rid of acne? How long does it take Accutane to work? Any bad side effect if I use it?

Thank you for your question. Accutane is an effective treatment for acne, but there are numerous side effects. Because of those side effects, monthly... READ MORE

Problem of acne; how should I treat this? (Photo)

Thank you for your question and photograph. It's difficult to evaluate your skin through a photograph, but from what I can see, it looks like you h... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Aspacio

Reuel Aspacio, MD, FAAD has shared 15 before and after pictures with 67 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.

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Caring for Tattooed Skin — The Doctor Shares These Tips

Dr. Reuel Aspacio gives skin care tips for keeping a tattoo or permanent makeup looking its best. Removal options are also outlined. WATCH VIDEO

Wrinkle Treatments: The Doctor Points Out What Products Can Be Used and Where

Dr. Reuel Aspacio shows us the various wrinkle treatments that can be used on the face and body. WATCH VIDEO

Red Has Its Place But Not on Your Face — Learn About Rosacea Triggers and Symptoms

Rosacea causes facial redness, dilated blood vessels and skin that appears inflamed. It's estimated to affect over 16 million Americans. Dr. Reuel Aspacio explains the triggers and symptoms. WATCH VIDEO

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*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.