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Newport Beach Dermatology & Plastic Surgery prides itself on providing individualized comprehensive dermatologic and expert plastic and reconstructive surgery to our patients. Our goal is to treat every patient how we would want ourselves or our family members to be treated. We invite you to schedule an appointment by calling us at 949.706.7886, emailing us at info@newportbeachDPS.com, or online through Healow.

Anne Marie McNeill, MD, PhD
Board-Certified Dermatologist

James H. Rosing, MD
Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon

Jennifer Moller, PA-C
Certified Physician Assistant

Michele Westendorf, MSN, NP-C
Certified Nurse Practitioner

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Should I be afraid of taking Accutane? What do I expect on Accutane? -Anne Marie McNeill M.D., Ph.D

Isotretinoin is the generic name for a medication which is a vitamin A derivative.  Some still call it Accutane, although this particular brand name of the medication is no longer marketed.  Other brand names for isotretinoin that are available are Absorica, Amnesteem, Claravis, and Sotret.  These are all very, very similar to each other (I…

3 New Minimally Invasive Options For Reshaping and Tightening the Thighs and Buttocks-Anne Marie McNeill M.D. Ph.D.

1-Coolsculpting for Fat Reduction Coolsculpting is a blockbuster treatment for localized fat deposits. The treatment is completely non invasive, no sedation or downtime (besides mild pain/bruising) is involved. Trouble localized fat deposits like the outer thighs (“saddle bags”), inner thighs (going for the “thigh gap”), and banana roll (the area under…

Sun Protection and Vitamin D – Anne Marie McNeill, M.D., Ph.D

“As a dermatologist and member of The Skin Cancer Foundation, I want to explain why, when you add up the pros and cons, letting the sun beat down on your face and body is not the way to satisfy your D quotient. Let me show you how you can have your…

Why do dermatologists always tell me to use Polysporin instead of Neosporin? – Anne Marie McNeill M.D., Ph.D

There are a number of topical antibiotics that are available over the counter.  The most common are Polysporin and Neosporin.  Neosporin is the one that most people have heard of, it has great brand-name recognition.  However, most dermatologists do not recommend using Neosporin. Neosporin contains a mixture of 3 topical antibacterial…

Treating Acne With Out Antibiotics or Accutane – Jennifer Moller MS, PA-C

We treat many skin disorders in the office, but one of the most rewarding for me is treating moderate to severe acne patients.  Acne can have a negative impact on a patient’s self-confidence and self-esteem.  I have had many occasions when a patient in the office is so troubled by their…

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