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Brenda LaTowsky

Brenda LaTowsky MD, FAAD

Dermatologist, Clear Dermatology and Aesthetics Center, Valley of the Sun Dermatology, Scottsdale, AZ
Dr. LaTowsky grew up on a small family farm in Nebraska, where she attended the University of Nebraska Medical College and graduated amongst the top in her class. During that time, she was selected to the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha honor society. Dr. LaTowsky completed her internship in Internal Medicine at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. She then completed her Dermatology residency in Houston at the world-renowned University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, where her first-class training emphasized the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancers as well as many other skin disorders. She was selected for a prestigious Laser and Cosmetic Surgery fellowship at SkinCare Physicians in Boston. During that time, Dr. LaTowsky learned highly-specialized techniques in cosmetic dermatology, including advanced BOTOX procedures, injectable fillers, liposuction, autologous fat transfer, hair transplantation, laser procedures, and cosmetic and skin cancer surgery.

Outside of her passion for dermatology, Dr. LaTowsky enjoys hiking, running, weight lifting, reading, cooking, gardening, and community outreach. She loves spending time with her husband, Aaron, who serves the Arizona community as a urologist, and her three young children.

Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:

  1. Approaches to Limit Systemic Antibiotic Use in Acne