Weatherford Dermatologist
2618 E. Bankhead
Weatherford, Texas 76087 US
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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Dermatology

Consultation Fee

$100

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Wilkes has hospital affiliations at Weatherford Regional Medical Center ; JPS Hospital.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: DO, Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Corpus Christi Medical Center
    Residency: Dermatology, Michigan State University

Treatments offered at US Dermatology Partners - Weatherford

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Can a small facial mole be easily removed by a dermatologist? (Photo)

This spot can be easily removed by a shave biopsy or excision. I would recommend consulting with a cosmetic dermatologist or plastic surgeon in your... READ MORE

I have strange freckle/mole on my finger. Should I be concerned about it? (photo)

While the spot on your finger does look benign, a definitive diagnosis cannot be made by the photograph provided. I would recommend you having a... READ MORE

Dark mole with red halo around it. Should I be worried? (photos)

As the diagnosis can not be made based on the photograph provided, I would recommend consulting with a board certified dermatologist. Given the recent... READ MORE

Why is my scars getting darker after workout?

It is common for scars to look pink or red, especially within the first few months of surgery. Any irritation, including clothes rubbing on the area... READ MORE

Should I get a chemical peel with active mild acne lesions? Or should I wait for it to go away and then proceed?

Some chemical peels can actually improve your acne. This depends on the chemical used and the depth of the peel being performed. Consult with the... READ MORE

I have a pink red mole that I've always had on my face, even as a child (Photo)

Given that the spot has not changed since childhood and is fairly symmetrical, it is most likely benign. However, if you are concerned about the spot... READ MORE

Do I have skin cancer?

If your physician removed a lesion, informed you that it was skin cancer and it returned, then you should make an appointment to have the area... READ MORE

What would be the best way to remove this mole? (Photo)

An excision could remove the spot leaving a thin linear scar and has a smaller chance of recurrence. A shave removal might leave a round scar and have... READ MORE

I think I found like 10 small different shapes moles (not sure if it is moles). Any suggestions?

I would recommend making an appointment with a dermatologist in your area. He or she can perform a biopsy of the lesions if the diagnosis is still not... READ MORE

I did a chemical peel yesterday with a dermatologist, and my chin is burnt. What can I do?

It's difficult to advise you on the proper care without having seen the reaction; I would recommend returning to the dermatologist's office and having... READ MORE

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