Dr. Aaron Pace, MD
1901 South Union Ave. Suite B3003
Tacoma, Washington 98405 [MAP]
Dr. Aaron Pace is a board certified dermatologist and began the practice, it opened in July of 2011. He graduated from Steilacoom high school and went Occidental College in Los Angeles, California, then went to medical school at Loyola University Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine. After medical school he completed his internship at MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn, Illinois prior to beginning his dermatology residency. Dr. Pace returned to Loyola for his dermatology residency in Chicago, Illinois. Now he has returned to practice dermatology and serve the community that he grew up in.
Tips & Wisdom
For children, stick with the zinc and titanium sunscreens as they are more gentle.Sunscreens with an SPF above 50 are probably not helpful since the correct application of a sunscreen with SPF 30 would protect most people all day.Visit Dr. Pace's webste at Pace Dermatology Associates
Dysport® is a great alternative to Botox. It works by a slightly different mechanism so it is great for people who have not had success with Botox®.The manufacturer offers some rebates and it can be slightly cheaper. Results tend to appear slightly faster than Botox® and last about the same amount of time.Visit Dr. Pace's webste at Pace Dermatology Associates
Stelara® is useful for patients that have tried other biologics and failed.It also requires less injections and may be better for people who cannot treat themselves since they are given in the physician's office.Visit Dr. Pace's webste at Pace Dermatology Associates
Everyone loves the delicious homemade food and deserts that surround us during the holidays. We are aware the way our favorite treats can affect our bodies, but what about its effects on our skin? Holiday Cocktails: Alcohol can make our skin appear pale due to dehydration and it can make our face look puffy. Rosacea, particularly the redness of rosacea, is worsened with alcohol because it dilates blood vessels. Cookies: All that sugar and chocolate affects our appearances too! Sugar deteri...
Education & Training
- Residency: Loyola University
- Internship: MacNeal Memorial Hospital
- Medical School: Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine