Seattle Dermatologic Surgeon
1229 Madison St, Ste 1090
Seattle, Washington 98104 US
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5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery

A Perfect Job!

Perfect. Mohs surgery is a big deal and he had to cut a large portion of my ear off. You wouldn't know it today! I don't know how he did such a great job. I read the negative review of some unhappy patient and am sorry for him. My experience could not have been better!

1 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery


Avoid Dr. Berg unless you want to look like Al Pacino in "Scarface". I went in for a routine removal of a tiny spot and ended up with a huge disfiguring scar. Don't believe his before and after pictures!

5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery

Sun-kissed Teen Now a Wiser Sun-shaded Senior - Seattle, WA

Dr. Daniel Berg performed this surgery in the outpatient facility located in his office. All went very well. He, his nursing staff and support staff are so-o professional. His skill is at such a high level that the skin graft on the side of my nose is hardly visible... and that is without any make-up!

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology


American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)
American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)
Canadian Society for Dermatologic Surgery (CSDS)

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Berg has hospital affiliations at University of Washington Medical Center, Swedish Medical Center (First Hill Location).


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical : MD, University of Toronto, 1985
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: Dermatology, Duke University
    Fellowship: Cosmetic and Skin Cancer Dermatologic Surgery, University of Toronto and University of British Columbia

Treatments offered at Nordstrom Medical Tower

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Mohs & Basal Cell Questions. What To Expect From MOH Surgery?

In answer to your questions: 1. Number of passes/ stages is not completely predictable although smaller tumors tend to require less stages. Our... READ MORE

Botox Between Eyes. Still Have Lines But Softer?

20 units is often enough for good effect in this area though I typically use 25. More botox of course usually means higher cost so it's always a... READ MORE

Waiting Too Long for Mohs Surgery?

The most common tumor treated with Mohs surgery is basal cell carcinoma. This is typically slow-growing (over months to years) and has nearly no... READ MORE

Scab and attached hair. Did I pull out the grafts?

It is common for hairs to shed after a transplant and they may come out with some of the crusting.  Fortunately, At two weeks post surgery, it would b... READ MORE

I had FUE Neograft Hair Transplant 3 days ago, and woke up gently scratching my head. Have I ruined everything?

The main reasons that scratching is a potential concern are the possible introduction of infection and the actual mechanical destruction of... READ MORE

Moh’s micrographic surgery for melanoma in situ/lentigo maligna?

There are several techniques to surgically remove ill-defined in-situ melanomas on the face. Most of them use some kind of pathologic confirmation... READ MORE

Is it safe to have dermal fillers 13 days following a 10% salicyclic acid peel?

There should be no problem as long as your face has no active breaks in the skin (unlikely with superficial peels)... READ MORE

I was diagnosed with a basal cell cancer 1/3 the way on line between corner of nose and mouth?

Basal cell cancer on the face is well-managed by Mohs surgery which gives the highest long-term cure rate available. Following Mohs surgery, the... READ MORE

Is It Possible to Completely Remove a White Ink Tattoo? If So, Will the Skin Still Have the Outline of the Tattoo After?

White tattoo ink has a high chance of turning black with laser treatment. In some cases the black can be removed by further laser treatment but this... READ MORE

What is Better Gentle Laze or Gentle Yag?

Both lasers are effective in many or most patients for hair removal. As a general rule, we save the gentleYAG for patients with darker skin types,... READ MORE

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