Nicolas Snavely, MD is an expert in the prevention, detection and treatment of skin cancer, as well as advanced reconstruction.
Dr. Snavely is a cum laude graduate of Cornell University, graduating with a Bachelors in Biology. He earned his Doctorate of Medicine from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston and went on to complete a dermatology residency at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he served as chief resident his final year. Following his residency, he completed an advanced dermatologic surgery fellowship at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon, under accomplished surgeons Dr. Neil Swanson and Dr. Anna Bar.
Dr. Snavely grew up in Avon, Ohio, about 20 minutes west of Cleveland. He spent a good deal of his leisure time participating in sports – especially basketball. Dr. Snavely enjoys jogging, cooking, reading, and he still attempts to play basketball.
1401 Medical Parkway
Building B, Suite 300
Cedar Park, TX 78613
“I had a bald spot show up on my head almost overnight. Thanks to Zocdoc I was able to go online and schedule an appointment within 48 hours with Dr. Snavely. I have since had my second appointment, after beginning prescribed medication. Although my bald spot is no smaller, I was able to get Dr. Snavely’s medical advice and opinion that my hair follicles are showing signs of recovery. That has been a tremendous relief. I am completely satisfied with his care, remaining grateful for the immediate attention he gave me. Hopefully I can show some before and after pictures soon.” – Linda L.
“He made me feel very at ease considering I had to get my first biopsy of a mole. He is also first dermatologist that gave me a complete and thorough skin check exam. Most just ask me what areas to check but he check all over. Everyone was very professional and wonderful.” – Anonymous
“I had a skin cancer screening, and Dr. Snavely was very pleasant and thorough. He did an excellent job of explaining everything he was doing and why.” – Michael K.
*Results may vary by individual