honest-skin-careOur Staff

Honest Skin Care Advice from the Skin Experts At Cumberland Skin Surgery and Dermatology, it is our mission to provide you and your family with comprehensive, quality skin care, in a compassionate and personal environment. 

Board certified dermatologists, Drs. Julie Countess and Joey Price, attended medical school at the University of Tennessee and completed their Dermatology residency at the University of Florida. Dr. Countess' and Dr. Price's primary clinical duties include Mohs Micrographic Surgery, detecting and treating skin cancers, and cosmetic procedures.

Dr. Amy Valet, board certified dermatologist, attended Vanderbilt University medical school, and works in our Hermitage office. Dr. Valet treats all types of skin conditions including skin cancer and also enjoys cosmetic dermatology.

Taking care of patients in our Lebanon office is Barbara Wolff, board certified Physician Assistant. Barbara treats a variety of skin conditions including but not limited to acne, rosacea and skin cancer. Tancy Bridges, board certified Nurse Practitioner works in both our Hermitage and Lebanon offices. Tancy came to Cumberland Skin from Nashville and enjoys treating all skin conditions. Catherine Mead, board certified physician assistant in our Lebanon office, is our anti-aging specialist. Catherine performs procedures such as Botox; injectable fillers and chemical peels.


Be Sun Smart

  • A tan is not a sign of good health. It is a sign that you have damaged your skin.
  • Wear sunscreen everyday. SPF15 for typical daily activities. SPF 30 if you have outdoor activities planned.
  • Wear protective clothing such as hats and sunglasses.
  • Seek shade when available
  • Use extra caution around water, snow and sand as they reflect the damaging rays of the sun.
  • Get vitamin D safely through a healthy diet that may include vitamin D supplements
  • Avoid tanning beds. UV light from the sun and tanning beds can cause skin cancer and wrinkling.
  • Check your birthday suit on your birthday. If you see anything changing, growing, or bleeding on your skin - see your dermatologist.

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