Andrea Willey, MD is an uniquely talented Dermatologic Surgeon specializing in Mohs micrographic and reconstructive surgery, minimally invasive aesthetic surgery, and the use of light and energy based technologies for restoring youth and preventing skin cancer.
A native of California, Dr. Willey was first introduced to the operating room at the age of seventeen as a veterinary surgical nurse where she served for over a decade.
A Regents Scholar and Frank Buck scholar, she received her MD from UCSF, interned at Yale, and served as Chief Resident at the University of Minnesota before her esteemed Fellowship in Advanced Dermatologic Surgery at OHSU.
Dr. Willey is a Fellow of the AAD, ACMS, ASDS, and ASLMS. She publishes and lectures throughout the world on periocular reconstructive surgery and her pioneering work in thermal photodynamic therapy.