Procedures Offered

  • Face
  • Botox
  • Juvederm
  • Injectable Fillers
  • Hair
  • Medical Hair Loss Treatment
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Mole Removal
  • Chemical Peels
  • Facial Acne Treatment
  • Laser Hair Removal
  • Vein Therapy
  • Skin Tightening
  • Microdermabrasion
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Board Certification

  • American Board of Dermatology

Education

  • MD , University of Texas Medical School at Houston , Houston , Texas , 2006
  • Dermatology , Duke University , Durham , North Carolina , 2011

Member of

  • American Academy of Dermatology
  • American Society of Dermatologic Surgery
  • American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery
  • Women's Dermatologic Society

Publications

  • Subcutaneous interferon alfa for the treatment of cutaneous pseudolymphoma.

    Singletary HL, Selim MA, Olsen E , Archives of Dermatology. , 2012 May; Vol 148; 572-4

  • Actinomycosis presenting as a large facial mass

    Singletary HL, Sonabend M, Hsu S , Dermatology Online. , Feb 2006, Vol 2, 20

  • Leukonychia Related to Vorinostat

    Anderson K, Singletary HL, Olsen EA. , Arch Dermatology. , 2009(11)1338-9

  • Biochemotherapy in Patients with Advanced Head and Neck Mucosal Melanoma

    Singletary HL, Bedikian A, Papadopoulos N et al , Head and Neck. , Dec 2008, Vol 30, pages 1592-8.

  • Chronic progressive enlargement of the lower ip in a healthy girl

    Singletary HL, Harting M, Hollier L, Metry D. , Dermatology Online Journal. , 2007,Vol 13, 20

  • Tinea versicolor clearance with oral isotretinoin therapy.

    Singletary HL, Ransdell B, Ali A , Drugs Dermatology. , 2006, Vol 5, Pages 74-75

  • Viral Diseases, Nutrition Related Diseases, Cutaneous Findings Related to Pregnancy, Disorders of Cornification, Infiltration and Inflammation

    Singletary HL. , Ali A (ed) Dermatology: A pictoral Review . , Aug 2006

  • Dermatomal sclerodermoid graft-vs-host disease following varicella-zoster virus infection.

    Raymond AK, Singletary HL, Nelson KC, Sidhu-Malik NK , Archives of Dermatology. , 2011 Sep; Vol 147; 1121-2

Deep Peels

A deep peel is an aggressive chemical peel performed using either trichloroacetic acid (TCA) in concentrations of greater than 50% or preparations containing phenol which is also called carbolic acid. A solution is applied on the skin which then penetrates into the deeper layer of the dermis. The1


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