Dr. Annette LaCasse is a board certified dermatologist and has been providing exceptional dermatologic care since 1983. She graduated and was awarded her degree of Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.) from Michigan State University. Currently, she is a clinical professor at MSU. She specializes in a wide variety of dermatologic care which encompasses all aspect of the skin, hair and nails. Her warm and compassionate personality and her experience will bring an added level of excellence to your skin care.
As well as being a teaching physician, Dr LaCasse is a member in good-standing of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology, American Osteopathic Association, Michigan Osteopathic Association, American Academy of Dermatology, Oakland County Osteopathic Association, Seventh Generation - a community based volunteer program for the special needs of children who are wards of the juvenile court and DOCARE international
- the premiere osteopathic medical outreach organization. She is also on staff at Botsford Hospital, Detroit Medical Center and Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital.
In addition to residents of the Detroit Metro Area, Dr. LaCasse travels abroad on volunteer medical missions to Guatemala. She joins a team of medical specialists in a desire to offer care to underprivileged villagers who often trek for days through the jungle seeking medical attention. She feels greatly rewarded and humbled by the experience.
The staff of Dr. LaCasse is dedicated to providing you the personal and professional attention you deserve. The medical assistants are highly skilled, well trained and very knowledgeable in dermatology. They are also certified in laser aesthetics offering services such as laser hair reduction, intense pulse light procedures and fractional laser.
Dr. LaCasse participated in a medical mission to Peru in August 2012. She volunteered for a medical outreach organization dedicated to providing much needed healthcare to indigent and isolated people in remote areas. There were many challenges including long days starting out with two to three hour commutes to the remote areas, transporting supplies and equipment, but the rewards made up for them.Going on a mission like this and caring for these patients was quite inspiring.