Jan 1996 - Present
Sep 1986 - Jun 1990
Loma Linda University Medical School
Tennis, Volleyball, Private Pilot, Golf
In 1992, Dr. Steven Hodgkin founded his first dermatological practice, High Desert Skin & Laser Medical Center, located in Victorville, California. Since then, he has also become a part of several professional organizations, such as the California Medical Association and American Medical Association. In 1996, he launched a second medical office, Aesthetic Skin & Laser Medical Center, which is located in Redlands, California. Today, Dr. Steven Hodgkin is also involved with the California Society of Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery. He serves as a Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology, Inc., and acts as a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. Since his graduation from the Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 1990, Dr. Steven Hodgkin has fulfilled an internship in internal medicine and a residency in dermatology at the same institute before using his talents to launch his private practices. Along with Dr. Tanya Evans, Dr. Brad Herrick, Dr. Bonnie Chi-Lum, and Physician Assistant Jennifer Konior, Dr. Steven Hodgkin provides high-quality dermatology and cosmetic care in both offices. Laser treatments are one of the many fields of dermatology available at both of Dr. Steven Hodgkin’s clinics. A procedure called Photo Rejuvenation applies an intense pulsed light (IPL) laser to reduce the appearance of scars, acne, large pores, age spots, sun damage, and more. Other laser treatments include hair removal, which also uses the IPL laser; hair restoration; spider vein treatment; and tattoo removal. For surgical procedures, Dr. Steven Hodgkin specializes in Mohs micrographic surgery, developed by Dr. Frederic Mohs in the 1930s. Today, the technique is practiced around the world to treat and eliminate skin cancer in the most effective and reliable method possible. What sets the Mohs procedure apart from other strategies, according to Dr. Steven Hodgkin, is its allowance for a thorough scrutiny of the removed cancerous tissue and the treatment’s ability to remove all “roots” in the affected area.