Dr. Steven Marcet is a partner and vice president of Avail Dermatology. A board certified fellow of the American College of Mohs Surgery and the American Board of Dermatology, he is also the director of dermatologic surgery/Mohs surgery for the practice. His primary interest is in the treatment and reconstruction of complex skin cancers of the head and neck region.
Dr. Marcet completed his undergraduate and medical school training at the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL, where he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society as one of the top ten percent of students in his medical school class. He then attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL, for his internal medicine internship, where he worked at Shands Hospital and the Veterans Hospital. Dr. Marcet attended the University of Texas-Houston/MD Anderson Cancer Center for a residency in dermatology. At MD Anderson Cancer Center, he developed a keen interest in cancers of the skin. In pursuit of advancing his skin cancer knowledge, Dr. Marcet was accepted into a Mohs micrographic surgery fellowship in Kansas City with Dr. Glenn Goldstein. During his fellowship year, he performed more than 1,300 Mohs surgery cases.
Dr. Marcet joined Avail Dermatology in 2006. As one of only 30 fellowship trained Mohs surgeons in Georgia, he treats skin cancer surgery patients from numerous counties including Coweta, Fayette, Troup, and Carroll County.
Dr. Marcet lives in Fayette County with his wife and son. His wife Katie is a registered nurse specialized in labor and delivery at Piedmont Hospital.