Dr. Marianne T. Carroll is a Board Certified Osteopathic Physician specializing in Dermatology and Dermatologic surgery as well asBoard Certified in Internal Medicine. Serving Florida since 2010, Dr. Carroll practices Adult and Pediatric Dermatology offering the most common treatments for skin diseases, from acne to mole removal. Her surgical services include treatment of skin cancer with Mohs micrographic surgery, excision, electrodesiccation curettage, photodynamic therapy and topical immune modulators.
Dr. Carroll’s exciting suite of cosmetic and laser treatments encompass the most advanced cosmetic dermatology offerings such as neuromodulators, including Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin. Her patients count on the most popular facial volumizers – Juvederm, Voluma, Restylane, Perlane, Radiesse, Restylane Silk and Sculptra – for youthful results without surgery. Dr. Carroll has selected the innovative Lumenis M22 laser for hair removal, pigment removal and vascular lesion removal. Through Nonablative Fractional resurfacing, she effectively treats photodamaged skin and delivers facial rejuvenation. Photodynamic therapy, often used for the treatment of precancers and superficial skin cancers, also improves photodamaged skin as well as problematic acne prone skin without having to take oral antibiotics. The popular and noninvasive tissue tightening procedure, Ultherapy, as seen on CNN and The Today show, offers the highly sought after “lift” to sagging skin without downtime and yields youthful results to the face, brows, neck and decolletage.
Dr. Carroll received her Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI in 2002. Prior to completing her Dermatology residency in 2009, she completed her Internal Medicine residency in Flint, MI at Genesys Regional Medical Center in 2005. While pursuing her dreams to become a Dermatologist, she completed one year of research practicing at the local PHO as a primary care physician/urgent care physician.
Dr. Carroll received a Master of Biological Sciences degree and Master of Science of Nursing at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. She is a published author with articles ranging from cardiovascular disease to the use of topical immunomodulators for the treatment of FDA-approved non-melanoma skin cancers. She began her career as a clinical nurse technician at Providence Hospital in Southfield, MI.
After completing her BSN, she pioneered in her field to become the first new graduate nurse accepted in the Neurotrauma/Surgical Intensive Care Unit Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI and earned her MSN. She furthered her career at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) with a focus on patient education and program development in Cardiology. She then continued on at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI as an ANP with a focus on nurse education and staff development.
Currently a proud member of the following organizations, AAD, AOCD, ASDS, FSDS, AOA and ASMS, Dr. Carroll is dedicated to health and wellness personally as well as for others and is committed to helping the underprivileged. She participates in multiple missions internationally through DOCARE and various non-profit organizations, traveling to Europe, South and Central America, providing care for the underserved/underprivileged who are without access to health care.