Dr. Melissa P Chiang MD
Dermapathologist | Dermatopathology5061 Farm to Market Road 2920 Spring TX, 77388
Dr. Melissa Chiang is a Board Certified Dermatologist serving the Spring area for more than 5 years. Dr. Chiang is experienced in Microneedling, Microdermabrasion, Chemical Peels and Laser Vein Reduction. ...
Education and Training
University of Southern California B.A. 1997
Yale Medical School M.D. 2003
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD- Dermatopathology
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- Real Self Top Docs 2015 Real Self
- Eczema (rashes)
- Skin Cancer
- Lip Augmentation
- Coolsculpting By Zeltiq
- Microchanneling (microneedling)
- Restylane Silk
- Restylane Lyft
- Juvederm Ultra Plus
- Chemical Peels
- Venus Viva
- Profound (nonablative Fractionated Radiofrequency)
- Laser Hair Removal
- Photofacial (intense Pulse Light)
- Laser Vein Reduction
- Fellow American Academy of Dermatology
- University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dermatopathology 2010
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Patient Experience with Dr. Chiang
- Common Acne Myths
Severe acne can have a significant impact on one’s life, as well as with social relationships. It can affect a person’s self confidence and self-esteem, which can lead to depression in time. This is particularly true of teenagers and young adults.Acne can cause social phobia, fear of being...
- A New Treatment for Dandruff
Getting to the root of dandruffComplete treatment of dandruff has been an elusive dream for many people. Over-the-counter shampoos and scalp treatments are the most common approach for controlling dandruff. “But these methods are beneficial for those who have mild forms of dandruff and not severe...
- What is Chicken Pox: Get the Facts
Chicken pox, also known as varicella, is a very contagious disease that is caused by presence of the varicella zoster virus (VZV). The most typical and characteristic sign of chicken pox is itchy bright red blisters all over the body. The varicella vaccine protects about 70-90% of the people who get...
- What are the Benefits of a Facial Serum?
We have heard of adding facial serum to our daily routine to make skin glowing and to keep aging at bay.What are face serums and what are their benefits? Facial serums are fast-absorbing liquids meant to provide nutrients deeper into the skin than normal creams and lotions. It is used either in...
- Is Skin Cancer Fatal?
Unlike what most people think, skin cancer, like most other cancers, is fatal. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in many countries, including the United States. More than 5 million skin cancer cases come up each year. Over 3 million of these cases are found in the United States. In fact,...
- Don't Be a Flake: Tips for Dry Skin
What is dry skin?Dry skin is one of the most common skin problems, and can cause discomfort and embarrassment. Dry skin may look red and flaky and feel tight or painful. It can also cause intense itching, which can disrupt sleep. Often, dry skin is a symptom of some underlying medical issue that...