Jeff Alexander, M.D., is owner and Medical Director of the Skin Care Institute, L.L.C., Medical and Wellness Spa in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is certified by the American Board of Dermatology and has over 30 years experience in skin care.
Dr. Alexander is a graduate of the University of Nebraska Medical School and the University of Oklahoma Dermatology Program. He has served as president of the Oklahoma Dermatological Society and the Tulsa Dermatological Society.
Dr. Alexander is currently the chairman of the Department of Dermatology at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa. He has served on the speaker’s bureau for GlaxoSmithKline, SkinCeuticals, Novartis Pharmaceuticals and SkinMedica. He is a Luminary for Inmode Laser Technologies and a physician trainer for Kythera Biopharmaceuticals. He has also served as Assistant Clinical Professor and Dermatology Instructor for medical students and residents at the University of Oklahoma.
In 1999, Dr. Alexander opened the first medical spa in Oklahoma, and one of the first in the Midwest, the Skin Care Institute. In January 2012, Dr. Alexander expanded to include wellness services. By combining cutting edge laser technology with aesthetic, medical and wellness procedures, he paved the way for others in the industry. As medical director of the Skin Care Institute in Tulsa, Dr. Alexander introduced laser hair removal, intense pulsed light PhotoFacial™ Rejuvenation, Coolsculpting®, Fraxel, Ultherapy, Kybella® and Inmode Aesthetic Solutions to Oklahoma. He was awarded the prestigious honor of being one of the top two in North America for “Best Skin Tightening and Overall Results” by Reliant Technologies, manufacturer of the Fraxel Repair™ laser. Oklahoma Magazine readers consistently vote him “Top Doctor” in Dermatology. His medical spa is repeatedly included in Oklahoma Magazine’s “Best of the Best” and Tulsa People Magazine’s “A-List”.
*Dislclaimer: Results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Downtime is subjective to individual pain tolerance. Before and after photos are not to be taken as guarantees for expected results.