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Sherry L. H. Maragh, MD, MBA

Maragh Dermatology, Surgery & Vein Institute

14995 Shady Grove Road, Suite 150

Rockville, MD

20850

301-358-5919

www.maraghdermatology.com

Awards and Honors
Best Dermatologist, PoshSeven, 2019;
Best Botox, Fillers & Injectibles, PoshSeven, 2018-2019;
Face of Cosmetic Dermatology, Bethesda Magazine, 2018;
Face of Cosmetic Dermatology, Washingtonian, 2016; and
Top Doctor, Washingtonian, 2014

With state-of-the-art facilities in Rockville, Ashburn (Va.) and Warrenton (Va.), the Maragh Dermatology, Surgery & Vein Institute has established itself as a premier center for comprehensive dermatological treatment in the Washington metropolitan area. The team of board certified physicians offers extensive experience and is dedicated to providing compassionate, specialized care, paying great attention to detail and catering to the specific needs of each patient.

Maragh Dermatology specializes in the most advanced techniques of medical, cosmetic, laser and surgical dermatology, from Mohs Micrographic surgery with cosmetic facial reconstruction for the treatment of skin cancer, to cutting edge procedures in minimally invasive face and body rejuvenation—such as liposuction and cellulite treatment—and the use of lasers to repair scars and stretch marks, tighten facial skin, remove unwanted hair, body contouring and leg vein issues, among other conditions. Lasers, Dr. Sherry Maragh says, can also be used to treat acne, rosacea and unwanted pigment caused by the sun.

Skin, the body’s largest organ, grows and changes with a person over time, says Dr. Maragh. Therefore, it’s important to care for this protective layer just as one would any other part of the body. Skin has “memory,” Dr. Maragh continues, and sun damage sustained over the years has a cumulative effect.

Early detection of skin cancer can save lives, which is why Dr. Maragh and the Maragh Dermatology team say maintaining an ongoing relationship with a dermatologist for routine screenings is key to overall skin health.

“For years we have been working to change public awareness of skin cancer,” says Dr. Maragh. “Caring for our skin is essential to a lifetime of good skin. Start with a consultation.”

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