M. Sean Strother, M.D.

Dr. Sean Strother is a Board Certified dermatologist who has been practicing medical dermatology at the practice since 2004 and in the Seattle area since 2001. Dr. Strother became the owner of the practice in 2013 and enjoys leading the medical team at Strother Dermatology. His busy practice gives him the opportunity to see a variety of medical dermatology conditions, perform skin surgeries, oversee the practices of the physician assistants, and read the pathology for the medical team here at Strother Dermatology.

In addition to his medical training, Dr. Strother received a master's degree in Entomology (the study of insects) from Louisiana State University prior to entering medical school. He has co-authored several chapters concerning skin problems caused by "creepy crawlies" and is frequently consulted by other dermatologists regarding this specialized area of dermatology.

Dr. Strother is a graduate of Louisiana State University School of Medicine. He completed his Medicine internship and Dermatology residency at the University of Washington Medical Center, where he was the Co-Chief Resident in Dermatology during his final year of training. Dr. Strother is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, a Diplomat of the American Board of Dermatology, a member of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, a member of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, and a member of the national medical honor society Alpha Omega Alpha.

Dr. Strother loves teaching, which he demonstrates in both his commitment in training new physicians and in his approach to helping his patients understand their particular skin problems and the treatment options available to them.

Dr. Strother enjoys traveling with his wife, a family practice physician, and their two daughters. He is also an avid birder and general "nature geek" who spends time exploring nature in the beautiful Northwest and around the world.

Dr. Strother's vision is to continue the legacy of Dr. Cooperrider, a comprehensive, high-quality, caring, conservative, cost-effective and yet innovative approach to both medical and cosmetic dermatology.

Angela Fulton, PA-C

Angela Fulton, PA-C joined our staff in 2005. Originally from Carnation, Washington, and a graduate of the University of Washington, Angela has treated hundreds of our patients and is very familiar with the medical and cosmetic skin concerns of those in the Northwest. She is the Lead PA here at Strother Dermatology.

Following her graduation from the PA program, Angela did intensive training with Dr. Strother in Medical Dermatology and was also mentored by Dr. Cooperrider in the safe and effective operation of lasers for tattoo removal, brown and red spot removal, and facial rejuvenation as well as techniques for injection of Botox, Dysport and fillers such as Restylane, Juvederm and Voluma. She also treats rashes, acne, warts, moles and other lesions. She enjoys educating her patients and providing routine yearly skin exams for skin cancer detection.

Angela is fluent in sign language. It takes artistic skill to be an excellent provider of fillers and Angela does beautiful crafts and scrap booking. She also enjoys baking, exercising and spending time with her husband, daughter and son.

Megan Landis, PA-C

Megan Landis grew up in Florida and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is a graduate of the University of Washington Physician's Assistant Program. Megan has been in the field of dermatology since 2007.

As a general dermatology provider, Megan treats a variety of skin problems and takes a special interest in acne, rosacea, eczema, and skin cancer exams.

Prior to entering physician assistant school, she worked as a medical assistant in dermatology and as a cosmetic laser technician.

Megan has extensive experience with lasers for the treatment of vascular lesions, skin resurfacing, facial rejuvenation, leg veins and tattoo removal. She has also been trained in injection procedures for leg veins, Botox and fillers such as Restylane, Perlane, Radiesse and Juvederm.

Megan is a member of the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants, Washington Association of Physician Assistants, the American Association of Physician Assistants and the Alliance of Dermatology Clinicians.

In her free time she is an avid skier and cook. She looks forward to working with patients to ensure lifelong skin health and beauty.

Druska Salisbury-Milan, PA-C

Druska comes to Strother Dermatology with 12 years of previous dermatology experience. She has been practicing exclusively in general and cosmetic dermatology since her graduation in 2002 from the MEDEX Northwest PA program at the University of Washington. She has experience in evaluation and treatment of eczema, acne, rosacea, warts and melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer.

Druska was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska. She has many interests and a diverse education with a degrees in Music Education from the University of Arkansas (BSE), playing violin; and a BS in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Occupational Therapy-Orthopedic/Upper Extremity from the UW.

Druska is a violinist who, in addition to music, enjoys cycling, Nordic skiing, theater, cooking, home remodeling and knitting.

She is excited to join Strother Dermatology and is committed to providing exemplary treatment of her patients.

Strother Dermatology & Laser Treatment Center Directions

We are located directly across from Evergreen Hospital in the Evergreen Professional Plaza.

Strother Dermatology & Laser Treatment Center in Totem Lake
Strother Dermatology
Evergreen Professional Plaza
12911 120th Ave NE
Suite G-100 and 104
Kirkland, WA 98034

Please do not hesitate to call for further directions or information. Our phone number is 425-899-4144.


Going South on I-405:

Take Exit 20 (NE 124th St.). At the exit stop light turn left onto NE 124th St. At Totem Lake Blvd. turn left. Follow to next light (120th Ave NE) and turn right. You are now on 120th Ave. Follow 120th up the hill (past Trader Joe's). Go through light at 128th and then turn into the 2nd driveway on the left. We are in the Evergreen Professional Plaza between 128th and 130th lane. We are in Bldg G towards the rear of the parking lot, Suites 100 and 104.

Going North on I-405:

Take exit 20B (NE 124th St/Totem Lake Blvd). Stay in the right lane towards Totem Lake Blvd. and go under the freeway, proceed through the stoplight onto 120th Ave NE. Follow 120th Ave up the hill (past Trader Joe's). Go through light at 128th and then turn into the 2nd driveway on the left. We are in the Evergreen Professional Plaza between 128th and 130th lane. We are in Bldg G towards the rear of the parking lot, Suites 100 and 104.

Be sure to allow sufficient travel time as this is a high traffic area and there is often construction going on nearby at Evergreen Hospital.

Pixel® CO2

The newest break-through in laser skin resurfacing

Pixel® resurfacing is safe and comfortable

Pixel treatments are safe and effective, without injections or surgery. You can expect your skin to be flushed and red after the treatment-something similar to a sunburn. Your doctor may also prescribe an over-the-counter pain medicine to make you more comfortable. These symptoms are a normal part of the healing process and should improve quickly.

What is Pixel CO2 laser?
LASER SKIN RESURFACING that lifts away years from your face and stimulates new collagen to grow. It improves your skin's texture and tone to fight fine lines, wrinkles, and even acne scars.

It is an improvement on the older CO2 lasers because the laser beam has been "fractionalized", or divided into tiny pinpoints of light that actually remove surface skin damage. At the same time, the light reaches the lower layers of skin to stimulate collagen to fill in wrinkles and tighten.

Is there any discomfort?
It is not painless, but it is quick and tolerable with the application of numbing cream prior to the procedure. Numbing cream can be purchased at our office before your visit, or, by appointment, we can apply it for you if you arrive an hour before your procedure.

If you are ready to see some reduction in fine lines and wrinkles, and discoloration created by aging and sun damage, you can request a free consultation, call (425)296-0270 or email for an appointment.

Is there any healing time?
It generally only takes a 4-day weekend to heal for most people. It heals quickly and is much safer than the older CO2 treatments because the repaired skin has only to cover over the surface area of the tiny dots, rather than the whole treated area.

When will I see a difference?
There will be enough improvement after just one treatment for many patients to be satisfied. Skin will look gradually better over the few weeks following treatment. In most cases, though, three treatments should produce the results that you would like to see.

What areas can I have treated with the Pixel CO2?
We are currently treating face, neck, chest and backs of the hands.

Who will be performing my treatments?
These treatments will be performed by Dr. Cooperrider or one of our very experienced physician assistants.

Our Doctors

The doctors at Strother Dermatology are Board Certified Dermatologists treating all skin conditions in adults and children.

Dr. Sean Strother Dr. Megan Neill
Dr. Sean Strother Dr. Megan Neill
Dr. Peter Cooperrider
Dr. Peter Cooperrider (Retired)

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Our Dermatology Physician Assistants (PAs)

Our Physician Assistants (PAs) possess extensive general dermatology and surgical skills as well as proficiency in using lasers.

Angela Fulton Megan Landis Druska
Angela Fulton Megan Landis Druska Salisbury-Milan

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