Dallas, TX – Dr. Pidkowicz is a 20-year veteran of the U.S. Navy, serving patients across the United States and in Europe. Among many honors, he received the Defense Meritorious Service Medal while working with the National Security Agency and was awarded three Navy Commendation Medals.
“The specialty of dermatology offers a broad range of practice interests which I really enjoy–surgery, pathology, medical, pediatrics, cosmetics,” Dr. Pidkowicz says. “What I find most rewarding about my job is improving my patients’ quality of life, helping them feel and look better.”
He takes great interest in skin cancer detection and treatment, acne, psoriasis, eczema, contact dermatitis, fungal infections, photodynamic therapy, and pediatric dermatology. He looks forward to building relationships with families at the Carrollton office.
Dr. Pidkowicz enjoys active pursuits outside of the office, including skiing, hiking, swimming, and racecar driving. He also enjoys traveling and reading and is an avid college football fan.
About Trinity Dermatology
Founded in 1990, Trinity Dermatology has been caring for the residents of Carrollton, Texas for almost three decades. The practice offers a diverse range of medical and cosmetic dermatology treatments and together its five physicians have more than fifty years of dermatology experience
About U.S. Dermatology Partners
As one of the largest physician-owned dermatology practices in the country, U.S. Dermatology Partners patients not only have access to general medical, surgical, and cosmetic skin treatment through its coordinated care network, but also benefit from the practice’s strong dermatology subspecialty thought leaders and medical advisory board. To be the best partners to its patients, U.S. Dermatology Partners is fervently focused on providing the highest level of patient-first care, and its team, therefore, includes recognized national leaders in areas such as clinical research, psoriasis, and Mohs Surgery. To learn more, visit usdermatologypartners.com
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