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Been looking for a dermatologist in Northwest Arkansas?  If so, you’ve most likely found out that dermatologists are specialists in diseases of the skin, but did you know that they also treat diseases of the nails and hair including the scalp.  They may use either medical treatments or surgical procedures to help improve health conditions that have their origins in these three areas.

If you live long enough, it is fairly certain that you will be referred to one of these highly trained specialists.  In addition to treating diseases of the skin, hair and nails, they can also help with cosmetic problems including premature aging of skin, sun damaged skin, skin tags, birthmarks, moles, stretch marks, Melasma, lines and wrinkles and much more. 

It is a good idea to have your skin check by a dermatology professional at least once a year.  Early detection is key.  If caught soon enough, skin cancer is fully treatable.

This blog post is sponsored by Hull Dermatology & Aesthetics


Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer; in fact, one in five of us will be affected. The good news is that skin cancer is highly treatable if caught early enough. The fact that early detection can save your life is the best reason to make annual skin cancer checks a part of your routine.

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We have always heard that we should keep an eye on the moles on our body. However, skin cancer goes beyond suspicious moles, freckles, or age spots. Skin cancer can also present as a lesion, a wound that does not heal, or even a bump on the skin. If you find any spots on your skin that are different from others or are changing, itching, or bleeding, make an appointment with your dermatologist.

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Yes, we offer Mohs at our Rogers and Bella Vista locations. While there are several different types of skin cancer, the three most common are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Mohs is the most effective treatment of the first two and is performed as a single-visit, outpatient surgery. The physician removes the cancerous tissue and the specimen is analyzed. This process is repeated until the damaged tissue is removed and the patient is then sutured, leaving the smallest scar possible. For this reason, many people prefer Mohs for skin cancers on the face, hands, or feet. While Mohs can be used to treat melanoma, those instances are not as common.

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We have patients every day who visit us for the first time to experience the benefits of Botox and fillers. These injectables can be used all over the face and neck to treat many common signs of aging, such as crows feet, lip lines, frown lines, thin lips, and flat cheeks. However, injectables can also be used to perform non-surgical rhinoplasty, rejuvenate the hands, and even combat the dreaded double chin. Since we are all different, each of us require a different amount of product. When you visit with one of our providers, a treatment plan is created and is personally customized to suit both your needs and your budget.

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We offer a variety of body contouring treatments. Our providers harness the power of CoolSculpting, Vanquish, and Cellutone to provide you with the best results. As with all of our treatments, we recommend a complimentary consultation with one of our providers before you begin the body contouring process. This ensures that you are a candidate for the treatment and helps you plan a strategy with your provider that is tailored to suit your individual goals.

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All of our physicians are board-certified

Dr. Hull:
Cheryl A. Hull, M.D. is a native of Northwest Arkansas. Her parents moved to Rogers, Arkansas when she was 9 weeks old. She lived in Rogers through junior high school attending both St. Vincent De Paul and Shiloh Christian School. Later, she attended Gentry High School where she was a key player on a state basketball championship team. Dr. Hull is also a pianist who trained under Mrs. Betty Sutton of Rogers.

Northwest Arkansas continued to be Dr. Hull’s home throughout her secondary education. She studied at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology (Magna Cum Laude) and a Master’s in Microbiology (with honors). She then continued her studies in Little Rock where she attended medical school, graduating with honors. She then completed her internship in Internal Medicine, and a residency in Dermatology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She received numerous awards, scholarships, and honors during this time and published several scientific papers in major medical journals.

With a strong desire to return to Northwest Arkansas, Dr. Hull moved home to practice Dermatology. Her husband is a physician at the Veteran’s Hospital in Fayetteville. In addition, her father, Dr. Robert R. Hull, is a family medicine physician who has been in private practice in Rogers for over 35 years. The rest of Dr. Hull’s family, including two older brothers and their families, a younger sister and her family live in Northwest Arkansas. Dr. Hull and her husband have four young children.

Dr. Garone:
Dr. Garone was raised in Vienna, Virginia, a suburb of Washington D.C. He attended Boston College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. After graduating, he returned to Washington D.C. and conducted clinical research in the area of HIV/AIDS at George Mason University. Dr. Garone went on to attend the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, where he served as the president of the Internal Medicine Club.

While in medical school, he was awarded the Lange Student Award, given in recognition of the two students with the highest GPA at WVSOM. Upon graduation from medical school, Dr. Garone moved to Florida where he completed both his Internship and Dermatology Residency at Nova Southeastern University. In his final year of residency, he served as Co-Chief Resident, and was specially elected by his Program Director to attend multiple leadership programs to develop skills as a leader in the field of dermatology.

Dr. Garone enjoys practicing medical, cosmetic, and surgical (including Mohs) dermatology. He and his wife enjoy hiking, movies, traveling, and spending time with their miniature golden doodle, Molly.

Dr. Steinhoff:
Dr. Natalie Steinhoff grew up in Northwest Iowa where her father worked as a cardiologist. She spent much of her childhood enjoying the outdoors as well as staying active in athletics and her community. Her love for the outdoors led her to the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Physiology with a Certificate in Neuroscience.

After graduating, she began research work at UTMB in Galveston, TX, where her now husband was living at the time. Along with her husband and two cats, Natalie moved back to the Midwest the following year to attend medical school at Des Moines University (DMU). Upon graduating from DMU in 2014, Natalie moved to Florida to complete her traditional rotating internship and residency in dermatology at Largo Medical Center. Florida will always be special, as it is where her son was born.

Natalie is excited to live in Arkansas and to join Hull Dermatology and continue her love for the outdoors with all that Arkansas has to offer.

Dr. Mills:
Omie Louise Mills, M.D. is a board-certified Anatomic Pathologist and Dermatopathologist. These certifications, in the United States, require the completion of a medical degree (M.D. or D.O.), a residency training of three years in dermatology or three years in anatomic pathology, and an additional one or two years of post-residency education in dermatopathology. Dr. Mills completed her fellowship in dermatopathology at the University of Massachusetts, and received her medical degree at Loma Linda University School of Medicine in Loma Linda, California.

Dr. Mills is our staff dermatopathologist, and is technical supervisor of our histology laboratory. She is also an author and award-winning researcher. She is married to a rheumatologist and has three children. Meticulously detailed and hard-working, Dr. Mills is a great asset to our patient care team and we are happy to have her serve as our in-house dermatopathologist for our CLIA-certified histology laboratory.

Dr. Kaley:
Jennifer R. Kaley, M.D., is a board-certified Anatomic and Clinical Pathologist and Dermatopathologist. Originally from Fort Smith, Dr. Kaley is an Arkansas native. She graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Engineering from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. She continued her studies in Little Rock where she earned her medical degree, graduating with honors. She then completed a four-year residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), followed by a one-year Dermatopathology fellowship at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia, under the instruction of Drs. James Patterson and Mark Wick, both of whom are world-renowned experts in their field.

Dr. Kaley returned to UAMS and served as an Assistant Professor of Pathology from 2015-2018. During her time at UAMS, she was actively involved in dermatology and pathology resident and fellow education. She has published multiple scientific papers concerning both benign and malignant skin conditions in major medical journals, as well as authored book chapters in pathology textbooks. She has presented her work at national meetings, including the American Society of Dermatopathology, United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, the International Society of Dermatopathology, and the College of American Pathologists. Her special interests include melanocytic neoplasms, cutaneous lymphoproliferative disorders, and infectious diseases.

Dr. Kaley is delighted to join Hull Dermatology and to live and work in beautiful Northwest Arkansas. She is married and has two young children. She enjoys traveling with her family, cooking new recipes, and exploring the local bike trails.

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The staff at Hull Dermatology & Aesthetics is dedicated to making you feel like family. When you become a patient and establish a relationship with our providers, you are embarking on a journey together to improve your overall skin health. Many people may not realize that we are not just dermatology and aesthetics. We have an on-site pathology lab and Dr. Hull also operates Northwest Arkansas Clinical Trials on our campus as well. This allows us to treat patients with a thorough approach, combining the talents of all three of our divisions to ensure that you are getting the best treatment possible.

For instance, you may visit with one of our board-certified physicians in Dermatology, have tissue analyzed by our lab, then choose to also do a laser treatment with one of our aesthetic providers. Perhaps you find yourself without insurance or exhausting treatment options and choose to participate in a clinical trial. With so many resources at your disposal, Hull Dermatology & Aesthetics is the logical choice for your skin care needs.


Hull Dermatology
500 S 52nd St Rogers, AR 72758

Hull Aesthetics
599 Horsebarn Road Rogers, AR 72758


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