Meet Dr. Smith
Dr. Smith has practiced Mohs and dermatologic surgeries exclusively for the past 28 years. He is a graduate of Tufts University School of Medicine. After a surgical internship at Baystate Medical Center, Dr. Smith completed a laser fellowship at Tufts-New England Medical Center, involving pioneering work in photodynamic therapy. This was followed by a residency in dermatology in the combined Boston University-Tufts University program. Dr. Smith was chosen as chief resident in his senior year.
After residency, Dr. Smith completed a fellowship in Mohs micrographic surgery at Tufts-New England Medical Center. He has held teaching positions at the following medical schools:
- Tufts University School of Medicine
- University of Massachusetts Medical School
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine
- SUNY-Downstate Medical School
A fellow of the American College of Mohs Surgery, Dr. Smith served as president of the Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology from 2000 – 2005.
"I worked with Dr Smith many years ago when he was just starting out and when I worked for another derm we sent many patients to him for surgery. He even did surgery on my 90 yr old grandmother. He is an awesome surgeon. I have seen so many of his patients after surgery and they loved him. Is he arrogant? Yes, he is but I would go to him in a heartbeat for removal of skin cancer "
"Courteous staff. On time appointment. Doctor and staff kept me informed throughout the procedure. What more can one ask for in a practice. "
"Dr Smith has done 2 MOHS procedures for me - one in Wellesley office and one in West Roxbury. He was great! He explained to me what he was doing and scars are minimal. I didn't talk a lot to Wellesley office staff so can't comment but my regular dermatologist is in West Roxbury and they are great!"
"He is confident, sincere, caring and easy to talk with - Have been a patient of his a number of times and am always at ease and confident with him"
"Had to have very visible Moho removed. There is almost zero trace thanks to his skills. Great bedside manner as well. . "