Fairfax Dermatologic Surgeon
3700 Joseph Siewick Dr, Suite 403
Fairfax, Virginia 22033 US
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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology


American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)
American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)

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Dr. Dintiman has hospital affiliations at Fair Oaks Hospital and Fairfax, Virginia.


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internal Medicine, University of Hawaii
    Dermatology, University of New Mexico

Treatments offered at Fair Oaks Skin Care Center

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Does Radiesse Last Longer After Repeat Injections?

I agree that the biggest problem I see is that patients needed two or three syringes to produce the results they were looking for such as filling of... READ MORE

How Long Does It Take Before a 5-month Course of Accutane Takes Effect?

We typically treat patients for 20 weeks with Accutane. Although I tell patients to expect clearing by the 10th week, the results vary from person to... READ MORE

Restylane and Juvederm Bumps - What Causes Them?

Althought there can be bumps after injecting filler, they are easily massaged or softened if the filler is applied properly to begin with. I have had... READ MORE

How Much Swelling is Caused by Botox or Juvederm?

I agree that the amount of swelling and bruising is difficult to predict. There is minimal swelling with Botox but it is not unusual to get a small... READ MORE

The corners of my mouth turn down. Will Botox help with this or is there another non surgical treatment which will help?

I agree that the best non-surgical treatment is to use fillers like restylane, perlane or juvederm to support the corners of the mouth and below the... READ MORE

Which Eye Drops Are Best for Droopy Eyelid Due to Botox?

I agree that most of the time the appearance of a droopy eyelid is a result of treating the frontalis muscle (forehead) with Botox in someone who... READ MORE

Chemical Peel After Botox

We often have patients come in for their salicylic acide peels for pigmentation or acid and decide to have botox on the same day.  It should be... READ MORE

Radiesse Vs. Restylane

I prefer to use radiesse and perlane in the nasolabial folds especially if the folds are deeper. I find that both products can last 9 months to a... READ MORE

Puffy Eye After Radiesse for Cheek Augmentation

I agree that they most important decision is to choose a cosmetic dermatologist or plastic surgeon to do your injections. Using Radiesse to augment... READ MORE

Can I Have Laser Treatments While I'm Taking Accutane?

Accutane and laser treatments are not compatible since it can put you at increased risk for scarring or difficulty healing from the laser treatments... READ MORE

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