Why Choose Us 

At Dermatology Associates of Oxford, Dr. Lyndsay Shipp offers a wide range of procedures to help you feel rejuvenated and refreshed. During residency, Dr. Shipp trained under a leading cosmetic dermatologist, giving her invaluable skills that can not be obtained from weekend side courses. She is board-certified in cosmetic dermatology and would love to help you achieve your goals. 

Services Offered

  • Acne Treatment:

    Acne is a common skin condition that can affect individuals of all ages and skin types. Our dermatologists provide personalized acne treatment plans tailored to each patient's unique needs, combining topical medications, oral medications, and in-office procedures to effectively control breakouts, reduce inflammation, and prevent scarring.

  • Rash Evaluation and Management:

    Rashes can be caused by a variety of factors, including allergic reactions, infections, autoimmune diseases, and skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. Our dermatologists specialize in diagnosing and treating rashes, conducting thorough evaluations to identify the underlying cause and implementing appropriate treatment strategies to alleviate symptoms and restore skin health.

  • Wart Removal:

    Warts are benign skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and can occur on any part of the body. Our dermatologists offer various wart removal techniques, including cryotherapy, laser therapy, and topical medications, to safely and effectively remove warts and prevent recurrence.

  • Eczema Treatment:

    Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic inflammatory skin condition characterized by dry, itchy, and inflamed skin. Our dermatologists develop comprehensive eczema treatment plans that may include moisturizers, topical corticosteroids, immunomodulators, and lifestyle modifications to manage symptoms and improve skin barrier function.

  • Psoriasis Management:

    Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune disease that causes red, scaly patches to develop on the skin. Our dermatologists offer a range of psoriasis management options, including topical treatments, phototherapy, oral medications, and biologic therapies, to control inflammation, reduce symptoms, and improve quality of life for patients living with psoriasis.

  • Autoimmune Skin Diseases:

    Autoimmune skin diseases, such as lupus erythematosus, dermatomyositis, and scleroderma, can affect the skin, joints, and internal organs. Our dermatologists specialize in the diagnosis and management of autoimmune skin diseases, collaborating with rheumatologists and other specialists to provide comprehensive care and improve outcomes for patients with autoimmune conditions.

  • Skin Allergy Testing:

    Skin allergy testing is performed to identify allergens that may be triggering allergic reactions or exacerbating skin conditions such as eczema, contact dermatitis, and urticaria (hives). Our dermatologists offer patch testing, prick testing, and intradermal testing to pinpoint allergens and develop personalized avoidance strategies and treatment plans.

  • Mole Evaluation and Surveillance:

    Regular mole evaluation and surveillance are essential for detecting skin cancer at its earliest stages. Our dermatologists perform thorough skin examinations, monitor changes in moles, and utilize advanced imaging techniques, such as dermoscopy and mole mapping, to identify suspicious lesions and facilitate early intervention when necessary.

  • Hair and Scalp Disorders:

    Hair and scalp disorders, including alopecia (hair loss), dandruff, and scalp psoriasis, can significantly impact quality of life. Our dermatologists diagnose and treat a wide range of hair and scalp conditions, offering personalized treatment plans that may include topical medications, oral therapies, laser treatments, and hair restoration techniques.

  • Nail Disorders:

    Nail disorders, such as fungal infections, psoriasis, and nail trauma, can cause pain, discomfort, and cosmetic concerns. Our dermatologists specialize in diagnosing and treating nail disorders, providing comprehensive care to improve nail health and appearance through topical treatments, oral medications, and in-office procedures.

Patient Testimonials

Katie T.

I definitely recommend Dermatology Associates! There was no long wait like at most places. The waiting room and exam room were clean and comfortable, and the staff was super nice. I had to call multiple times after having trouble with the patient portal, and each time I called, they were nice and helpful. Katie made me feel so comfortable. She didn’t try to rush through my appointment to get to the next patient like in some places. She answered all my questions and made me feel so at ease, even with my terrible anxiety. Seriously can’t say enough good things about this place!

Betty T. 

Great experiences on every visit. Short wait in both the waiting room and the exam room. Dr Shipp is generous with samples and advice on saving money on scripts. Everybody from the front office, nurse and check out was kind, friendly and efficient.

MaryCates W. 

Love DAO and everyone that works there! They are the very best!

Olivia M.

I LOVED this place! I loved how quickly I got in and how friendly the staff was. Katie and Dr. Shipp both made me feel at ease and talked me through everything. I also loved how warm and friendly the environment was. I highly recommend this place.

Jenna L.

Dr. Shipp goes above and beyond for her patients. Her physician assistant, Katie, is just as caring and professional. There is no better Dermatology practice in the surrounding area!!!! A++


Acne is primarily caused by a combination of factors, including excess oil production, clogged pores, bacteria, and inflammation. Treatment options for acne may include topical medications (such as benzoyl peroxide and retinoids), oral medications (such as antibiotics and hormonal therapies), and in-office procedures (such as chemical peels and laser therapy), tailored to each patient's specific acne severity and skin type.

Identifying the cause of a rash requires a comprehensive evaluation by a dermatologist, including a detailed medical history, physical examination, and possibly additional tests (such as skin biopsy or allergy testing). Common causes of rashes include allergic reactions, infections, skin conditions (such as eczema and psoriasis), and autoimmune diseases.

Over-the-counter wart removal products may be effective for some individuals, but they are not always successful in completely eliminating warts. Dermatologists offer more advanced wart removal techniques, such as cryotherapy, laser therapy, and prescription-strength medications, which are often more effective and have lower recurrence rates.

Eczema is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that cannot be cured, but it can be effectively managed with proper treatment and skincare strategies. Dermatologists work with patients to develop individualized eczema treatment plans aimed at controlling symptoms, reducing inflammation, and preventing flare-ups.

Psoriasis treatment options include topical medications (such as corticosteroids, calcineurin inhibitors, and vitamin D analogs), phototherapy (light therapy), oral medications (such as methotrexate and cyclosporine), and biologic therapies (such as TNF inhibitors and interleukin inhibitors). Treatment selection depends on the severity and location of psoriasis, as well as individual patient factors.

Autoimmune skin diseases, such as lupus erythematosus and dermatomyositis, are not contagious and cannot be transmitted from person to person. These conditions are caused by dysregulation of the immune system, leading to inflammation and damage to the skin, joints, and internal organs.

Skin allergy tests, such as patch testing and prick testing, are highly accurate in identifying allergens that may be triggering allergic reactions or exacerbating skin conditions. These tests involve exposing the skin to small amounts of suspected allergens and observing the body's reaction, helping dermatologists pinpoint specific triggers and develop personalized treatment plans.

Hair loss, or alopecia, can be treated depending on the underlying cause. Treatment options may include topical medications (such as minoxidil), oral medications (such as finasteride), steroid injections, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, and hair transplantation. Dermatologists evaluate each patient's hair loss pattern and medical history to determine the most appropriate treatment approach.

*While some nail disorders, such as fungal infections, may be preventable through good hygiene practices (such as keeping nails clean and dry), others may be influenced by genetic factors or underlying medical conditions. Dermatologists offer preventive measures and treatment options to improve nail health and prevent recurrent nail disorders.*

The frequency of skin cancer screening depends on individual risk factors, including personal and family history of skin cancer, history of sun exposure, and presence of moles or other risk factors. Dermatologists typically recommend annual skin exams for individuals at increased risk of skin cancer and regular self-examinations for early detection of suspicious lesions.


Please note that beginning October 23, 2023 in order to keep our office running smoothly, we will require all Dermatology & MedSpa patients to have a card on file. We will require a 24-hour notice when rescheduling, anything after 24 hours is considered a NO SHOW and your card will be charged.

Any NO SHOW appointments for a Dermatology visit will be charged a $50.00 fee. Any NO SHOW appointments for the MedSpa will be charged half of the scheduled service.

Thank you for your understanding.