Dustin Wilkes, Dermatologist (Pediatric)
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Dustin Wilkes

Dermatologist | MOHS-Micrographic Surgery

2618 E Bankhead Weatherford TX, 76087


Dr. Dustin Wilkes is a board certified dermatologist and fellowship trained Mohs surgeon practicing in Weatherford, TX. Dr. Wilkes specializes in skin cancer and skin diseases. He grew up in a small farming community south of Lubbock, Tx and finished his undergraduate schooling at the University of North Texas.  After medical school Dr. Wilkes completed his dermatologic training through Michigan State University in the Detroit, MI area.  There he was exposed to a diverse patient population with rare skin conditions.  Dr. Wilkes diagnoses skin problems and develops unique treatments plans for each individual patient.

Board Certification

American Osteopathic Board of Dermatology

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Dustin Wilkes's Expert Contributions
  • What is the best cream for hyperpigmentation?

    Assuming your hyperpigmentation is from melasma or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, a combination of hydroquinone, hydrocortisone, tretinoin, kojic acid, and nicotinamide might be the best option for you. This combination has worked really well for my patients. READ MORE

  • How do you get rid of acne scars?

    Acne scars can be very tricky at times to treat. Depending on the depth and type of scar options may include subcision with hyaluronic acid fillers below the scar, microneedling, laser ablation, lesional TCA peel, or a combination of the above. READ MORE

  • Is mohs surgery safe?

    Mohs surgery is a very safe way of removing skin cancer. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia decreasing the risks involved going under general anesthesia. However, there are risks with any procedure, and while minimal with Mohs surgery, they include bleeding, infection, and scar. READ MORE

  • Is Mohs surgery painful?

    Hi, If you are needing Mohs surgery you likely had a skin biopsy to confirm the type of cancer first. Mohs surgery is performed under local anesthesia using lidocaine, just like when you had a skin biopsy. Once, you are numb there is minimal to no pain. I hope this was helpful. READ MORE

  • What helps stop facial skin irritation?

    Winter is a common time when patients report skin dryness and irritation due to the decrease in humidity. One of the best ways to prevent excessively dry skin is to moisturize with good skin products such as Cetaphil, CeraVe, or Aveeno immediately after bathing. If your skin is red and itchy sometimes a topical steroid can be used for a short duration of time to calm down the skin irritation. READ MORE

  • I have severe acne and it's only getting worse. Can you suggest some medication for it?

    If you have not seen improvement with good OTC washes I would recommend seeing a dermatologist who can prescribe medications to help improve your acne and appearance.. READ MORE

  • I did a chemical peel at home and now my face is red. What should I do?

    You may want to see a board certified dermatologist to assist with this reaction. Typically, aquaphor is a great ointment to assist with discomfort and wound healing. READ MORE

  • Can you suggest a sunscreen for children?

    I recommend Neutrogena Pure & Free Baby Sunscreen Lotion - SPF 50. READ MORE

  • Can you suggest a medicated solution for dandruff?

    I would recommend ketoconazole shampoo. READ MORE

  • What can I do for warts on my back?

    There are many options to treat your warts. You can try over-the-counter products like Compound W. If this does not work you can visit your dermatologist who may offer a prescription, treat with liquid nitrogen, offer to remove them surgically, or by other methods. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

surgerySkin Cancercyst removalacnepsoriasiseczemaBasal Cell CarcinomaSquamous Cell CarcinomaMelanomaMerkel Cell CarcinomaInfectionDysportBotoxRestylaneJuvedermKybellaLaserdermatofibroma sarcoma protuberansMohs micrographic surgeryLaser

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Assistant Program Director Medical City Weatherford Dermatology Residency 2018 - 2018


  • Presidential Citation 2016 American Academy of Dermatology 
  • Koprince Award 2014 American Osteopathic College of Dermatology 

Professional Memberships

  • American Academy of Dermatology  
  • American Osteopathic College of Dermatology  
  • American Society for Dermatologic Surgery  
  • American Society for Mohs Surgery  

Areas of research

Psoriasis, Acne, Skin Cancer

Dustin Wilkes's Practice location

2618 E Bankhead -
Weatherford, TX 76087
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    Melanoma is a type of lethal skin cancer. Often developing from a mole, it is caused by mutation of the skin cells due to damage in their DNA. These mutations result in a tumor formation within the cells that contain melanin (the pigment that gives skin its color) in the epidermis. The color of a...

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