​Kendall Pilgreen

Physician Assistant 

Aesthetic dermatology is important because of the implications it has on someone’s physical and mental health. My goal is to improve the health of your skin, slow the aging process and enhance your natural features. When someone looks and feels their best, that translates into all aspects of their life.

I am a physician assistant certified by the national commission of certified physician assistants (NCCPA). I have a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from LSU and in 2013 I obtained a Masters of physician assistant studies from LSU Health Science Center School of Allied Health. I have completed courses in dermatology and otolaryngology/Ear, nose, and throat and I am certified to perform treatments in neurotoxin injections, fillers, lasers, and platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections.