Beauty and brains.

Dr. Willey is a leader in dermatologic surgery and aesthetic technologies. Introduced to the operating room at 17 years old as a surgical veterinary nurse, Dr. Willey’s career as a surgeon was set. Today, she is a uniquely talented Mohs and reconstructive surgeon, who is passionate about her craft and has cured thousands of patients of skin cancer. She is also a pioneer in the advancement of thermal photodynamic therapy, the next revolution in skin cancer prevention.

Uncompromising standards.

As a Mohs and reconstructive dermatologic surgeon, Dr. Willey brings an uncompromising standard to aesthetic dermatology, delivering minimally invasive surgeries and an exclusive collection of contouring treatments for the face and body with the skill and expertise only a surgeon can deliver. An artist since the age of eight, and the daughter of a model-turned-nurse from Bryn Mawr, hers is an artistic eye with an appreciation for a natural aesthetic.

Credentials & Achievements

Advancing science and medicine.

A UC Regents Scholar and a Frank H. Buck Scholar, Dr. Willey earned BS in Biochemistry from UC Davis and studied Medical Ethics in London before receiving a Doctorate of Medicine at UCSF. She completed her internship at Yale and residency at the University of Minnesota, serving as Chief Resident before her entering her esteemed Fellowship in Advanced Dermatologic Surgery at Oregon Health and Sciences University.

Dr. Willey is passionate about advancing reconstructive surgery techniques and the use of laser, light and energy-based devices in aesthetic dermatology. She lectures nationally on reconstructive surgery, facial and body aesthetics, and is published in numerous scientific journals and textbooks.

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