Andrea Willey, M.D. is an Advanced Dermatologic Surgeon specializing in Mohs Micrographic and reconstructive surgery, minimally invasive aesthetic surgery, and the use of laser, light and energy based technologies for restoring youth and preventing skin cancer.
A native of Sacramento, Dr. Willey earned a BS in Biochemistry from UC Davis and studied Medical Ethics at University College of London before receiving a Doctorate of Medicine at UCSF as a Regents Scholar and Frank H. Buck Scholar. She completed internship at Yale, residency at University of Minnesota as Chief Resident, and the esteemed Fellowship in Advanced Dermatologic Surgery at OHSU in Portland.
Dr. Willey performs research advancing the use of laser, light, and energy-based devices, lectures nationally on reconstructive surgery and facial and body aesthetics, and is published in numerous scientific journals and text books.