Dr. Neda Mehr M.D., Dermatologist

Dr. Neda Mehr M.D.


2121 East Pacific Coast Highway Suite 260 Corona Del Mar California, 92625



Neda Mehr, MD, FAAD, is the leading physician and owner of a private practice located in Corona Del Mar, California. After graduating from UCI, Dr. Mehr did her residency at Loma Linda Medical Center, where she was named Chief Dermatological Resident. During her time there, Dr. Mehr was honored for her expertise, her skill, and her dedication to teaching cosmetic dermatology. An avid researcher, Dr. Mehr also conducted a series of clinical trials focused on melanoma detection and treatment. She was able to refine a Confocal Microscopy treatment to effectively treat melanoma. Dr. Mehr cares for patients suffering from skin cancer, and in addition to her medical degree has accreditation as a Fellow with the American Academy of Dermatology.

Education and Training

University of California at Irvine

Board Certification

American Board of Dermatology- Dermatology

Dermatology American Board of Dermatology ABD

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Dr. Neda Mehr M.D.'s Expert Contributions
  • Can acne scars be removed?

    Acne can be a very frustrating issue to have, but when it leaves a mark on the skin, many patients find themselves facing another problem: hyperpigmentation and scarring. Acne causes trouble in the skin through inflammation. When active acne is present, there is swelling that reddens and becomes sensitive, while trapping dirt and oils. Scarring has several forms; some are depressions in the skin, areas of darkened pigment or pebbled texture. By addressing both textural changes and the darkening color (caused by a condition called Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation), we can improve the overall appearance of acne scars on the face and body. The gold standard acne scar treatment is a procedure called Combo Laser which combines IPL (Intense Pulsated Light) and a 1540 resurfacing laser. This targets both issues within the same treatment. The next best option would be a combination of microneedling with a chemical peel placed on top. These two treatments also target pigment and texture, but at a lower cost to the patient. Lastly, treatments such as brightening creams and subcision exist, but as with all treatments, must be selected based on the individual to ensure that there are no contraindications or risk to the patient. READ MORE

  • Skin is itchy after sun exposure, what can I do?

    It may be a sunscreen allergy or a sun allergy. She can use OTC hydrocortisone twice daily for 3 days after the rash appears to treat it. If it does not subside she should go see a local dermatologist or come see us! READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Cosmetic Dermatology Melanoma


  • Loma Linda University (Chief Resident)

Professional Society Memberships

  • American College of Dermatology, The Dermatologic Society of Orange County, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery

Dr. Neda Mehr M.D.'s Practice location

2121 East Pacific Coast Highway -
Corona Del Mar, California 92625
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