Information About Dermatology Services

Helping the Greater Marin County, CA community, Dr. Tracy Evans, a board-certified dermatologist in Marin County, CA, focuses on providing the best solutions for your skin care concerns. Every time you come into Pacific Skin and Cosmetic Dermatology, we treat you with care and listen closely to your needs. Our group proudly provides general dermatology services, cosmetic dermatology, skin cancer screenings or surgery, and injectable treatments. From acne to aging, we offer advanced treatment options for skin care, which may include BOTOX®, prescription medication, topical creams, or laser skin resurfacing. Please schedule an appointment with Dr. Evans so she can provide a helpful treatment plan for you.

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Acne and acne scarring can be mild or severe and have a range of treatment options, from topical medication to laser treatment to dermabrasion.

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder causing the body to attack its hair follicles, usually resulting in quarter-sized bald spots on the scalp.

Melasma is the appearance of symmetric, darker areas of skin on the face, neck, and forearms triggered by overexposure to the sun or hormones.

A mole is an abnormal cluster of pigment cells under the skin that may or may not be benign and is typically successfully removed if necessary.

Most cysts are a buildup of dead skin cells under the skin that have developed an enclosure, or sac, which continues to fill with more tissue.

Rosacea is a very common skin condition that appears as redness and bumps across the central face area that can be aggravated by numerous factors.

The Clear + Brilliant treatment is an advanced, gentle laser procedure that stimulates skin regeneration from the inside out for younger-looking skin.

CoolSculpting uses cryolipolysis, or fat freezing, to strategically destroy stubborn fat cells, which are then absorbed and disposed of by the body.


A photofacial with IPL can help reduce many complexion issues, like hyperpigmentation, rosacea, sun/age spots, and freckles with minimal downtime.

Nonsurgical skin tightening can provide firmer, younger-looking skin by boosting vital collagen production and skin cell turnover where it is needed.

Laser hair removal can free you from the time and hassle of temporary methods by disabling the hair follicles without harming the surrounding skin.

Laser skin resurfacing promotes cell turnover and boosts collagen and can be mild or aggressive, depending on your degree of skin damage or aging.

Laser vein removal safely targets unwanted spider veins with heated energy to gradually collapse the veins so they are reabsorbed back into the body.

In a PDO thread lift, surgical-grade threads are introduced into the target tissue via a very fine needle to provide lift, contour, and smoothness.

BOTOX injections are typically used to address dynamic lines and wrinkles in the upper portion of the face, such as frown lines and forehead creases.

Dysport is an injectable wrinkle relaxer similar to BOTOX that is commonly used to address glabellar lines, or the vertical lines between the brows.

Xeomin injections address dynamic wrinkles for up to three months by relaxing the underlying facial muscle and allowing the skin to become smooth.

Juvéderm offers multiple types of dermal fillers and volumizers to create natural-looking improvements to age-related facial wrinkles and volume loss.

Restylane offers various injection formulas designed to address the signs of aging, including wrinkles and areas of lost volume on the face and hands.

Kybella injection treatments are specifically intended to reduce the look of a double chin by dissolving small to moderate pockets of submental fat.

Dermatologists recommend that patients get at least one skin cancer screening per year to ensure the early detection of any abnormal moles or lesions.

Skin cancer can affect anyone, but adults with a history of high sun exposure, a family history of skin cancer, or fair skin are at the greatest risk.

Mohs micrographic surgery is one of the most effective ways to remove basal and squamous cell carcinomas, as well as other lesser-known skin cancers.

Laser therapy treatments are FDA approved as an effective method to remove actinic keratosis lesions before they become squamous cell carcinomas.

Certain topical creams and gels can be effective treatments for skin cancer and precancer that has not spread deeper than the upper layers of skin.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.