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Dr. Harib Ezaldein is double board-certified in dermatology and Mohs micrographic surgery with a focus on high-risk skin cancers and reconstruction. He was fortunate to learn through a rigorous training and apprenticeship in Santa Monica, CA with internationally recognized and renowned Mohs surgeon, Richard G. Bennett, M.D.  From him, Dr. Ezaldein learned to adopt a practice style that is overly cautious, never rushed, and always committed to attaining the best possible outcome for the patient.

His training and background is focused on the surgical treatment of skin cancers such as aggressive squamous and basal cell carcinomas, melanomas, Merkel cell carcinomas, various cutaneous sarcomas, and other rare skin tumors.  Dr. Ezaldein specializes in skin reconstruction after Mohs surgery in areas where every stitch counts and must be placed perfectly. His background and training is in higher risk anatomical areas such as the nose, eyelids, lips, ears, fingers and other cosmetically-sensitive areas.

Education and Training

Credential Institution
Mohs Surgery and Reconstruction Fellowship
Richard G. Bennett, M.D.
Dermatology Residency
Case Western University
General and Plastic Surgery Internship
University of Washington
Medical School (M.D.)
Yale School of Medicine
Melanoma Immunology Research Fellowship
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Undergraduate (B.S.)
Yale School of Engineering