Corinne Erickson, M.D. is a Board Certified Dermatologist specializing in general, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology and is thrilled to be part of the NDDA team. Native to Georgia, Dr. Erickson grew up in Macon prior to venturing to Stanford University for her undergraduate degree and the University of Rochester for medical school. She attended the University of Maryland for her intern year in internal medicine and her dermatology residency. Prior to joining NDDA, Dr. Erickson was in private practice for 5 years in Atlanta. Throughout her training she has published numerous articles in esteemed dermatologic journals on subjects including melanoma, skin cancer treatment, drug rashes and molluscum. She has also appeared on CNN Health Minutes discussing safe hair styling practices to avoid permanent damage.
Dr. Erickson enjoys providing excellent dermatologic care to both pediatric and adult patients. Having lost her grandmother to melanoma, she is especially dedicated to skin cancer surveillance, education, and treatment. From worrisome growths to chronic conditions such as eczema, Dr. Erickson is committed to educating her patients about their diagnosis and working with them to design a treatment plan that fits their condition and lifestyle.
Dr. Erickson believes that dermatology is as much of an art as it is a science. She customizes anti-aging strategies for her patients using the latest in fillers and injectables. She works alongside the aestheticians at NDDA and uses highly curated skin care lines to offer each patient an individualized skin care regimen that captures what she calls “The 3 P’s”: Protect, Prevent, and Polish.
In her free time, Dr. Erickson loves running, tennis, cooking, traveling, and most of all spending time with her family: her husband, her two children, and her yorkie ‘Miss B.’
Do you know what’s in your hair? Watch NDDA’s Dr. Corinne Erickson weighin on shampoo and hair care in this interview with ABC health and fitness reporter, Sonia Azad!
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