Austin Dermatologist
5300 Bee Caves Rd., Bldg. 3, Suite 120
Austin, Texas 78746 US
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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology

Memberships

American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Martinez has hospital affiliations at Seton Main Hopsital.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: University of Texas at Austin

    Medical: University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Internal Medicine, University of Texas Medical
    Branch at Galveston

    Residency: Dermatology, Duke University Medical Center - Dermatology

Treatments offered at Bee Caves Dermatology

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Differin Gel Effective for Treating Acne a Second Time?

Differin is a retinoid that exfoliates the skin cells, keeping your pores clear to prevent acne. (It works similarly to Retin A and Tazorac but seem... READ MORE

Is Accutane Making my Rosacea Worse?

   Isotretinoin  is more commonly used for acne but can be used in severe refractory rosacea and rhinophyma.   During the... READ MORE

How Long After Stopping Accutane Should I Wait Before I Can Drink Again?

While on Accutane or isotretinoin, your liver enzymes my elevate. Many meds can do this.Infections such as viral hepatitis can do this as well. If... READ MORE

Mole Removal Options?

The "kits" are caustic chemicals that basically "eat away " the mole and can leave horrible scars.   The appropriate... READ MORE

Using Latisse Forever to Maintain Eyelash Growth?

Latisse is applied every night 1 drop per upper eyelid rim only.  After about 8-12 weeks most patients will experience significant growth. ... READ MORE

Is Botox Only Good for Certain Face Wrinkles and Lines?

Botox works best for hyperfunctional facial lines. These lines are caused by the repetitive contraction of the underlying muscle which causes the... READ MORE

How Long Should I Wait to Get Botox After Pregnancy?

I do not recommend Botox while pregnant or breastfeeding. However, as soon as you stop breastfeeding you may be injected. Or, as soon as you... READ MORE

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