Maitland, FL – ADCS Clinics (“ADCS”) announced it has completed the acquisition of Fair Oaks Skincare in Fair Oaks, Virginia; a dermatology practice owned by Brenda Dintiman M.D. and Reem Tadros M.D, both board certified dermatologists.
Dr. Brenda Dintiman has been caring for dermatology patients since 1991 and has been practicing medicine since 1985. Her interest in medicine developed early, inspired by family members, many of whom work in the medical field. As a schoolgirl she had the opportunity to test her mettle, both in her aunt’s dental practice and spending hours with her uncle, a radiologist, talking about medicine. She grew to love the field of medicine, and whether reading x-rays or honing her bedside manner, her passion shone through.
During the early years, she trained in Hawaii and New Mexico further developing her skills. Later, as a new physician in the Northern Virginia area, she founded the Fair Oaks Skin Care Center. Dr. Dintiman recognizes that dermatology requires understanding and commitment to both clinical medicine and cosmetic treatment to fully care for the patient. She has remained committed to her patients and to her medical art and has served as a strong advocate for medical and cosmetic advancements, which she integrates in to her own daily practice of medicine.
She has volunteered as a physician and as a member on the board of Project Access of Northern Virginia (PANV), which provides pro-bono specialty care for underprivileged patients in the area. Elected president of the Medical Society of Northern Virginia (MSNVA) in 2012, she remains a dedicated member in the hopes of bettering the medical community for both physicians and patients and improving access for patients in underserved areas.
Throughout her medical career as a dermatologist, Dr. Dintiman has understood that limited access to care is a significant issue that must be overcome in order to improve the medical community. With this in mind, she explored options that could minimize this problem in a specific area, Virginia. The results of her persistent research lead directly to the innovative and successful programs of tele-health and specifically tele-dermatology. She participated in telemedicine for the American Association Dermatology (AAD) and, in 2010 she was given the Presidential Award for Volunteerism in Telemedicine. As a member of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) and other telehealth groups, Dr. Dintiman became a driving force in the establishment of the tele-dermatology program DermUtopia.
In 2014, Dr. Dintiman testified at a House Hearing on Telemedicine in support of further advancing telemedicine and access of care:
“I have seen first-hand a number of patients that could have had the consultation done virtually and prevented an onerous trip to the office, to an urgent care or to the emergency room. For example, included are specific patients who could have a tele-dermatology consultation and receive treatment at their home or facility. An 89-year-old woman who lives alone at home, with no family in the area, and who would need to be brought to the doctor via wheelchair and transport vehicle, may be more easily evaluated via telemedicine. A nursing home patient with dementia, who requires a nursing aid and transportation and coordination costs from the nursing home to evaluate a leg ulcer or an early infection, could be effectively evaluated via tele-dermatology. Finally, a 2 year old with severe eczema and infections who cannot get in to see a dermatologist due to lack of access to a Medicaid dermatologist and inability for parents to transport her during their work hours across the city, two bus rides away, could be easily evaluated and/or monitored via tele-dermatology.” – Dr. Brenda Dintiman
Dr. Dintiman has consistently won Top Doc awards. Washingtonian Magazine has awarded Dr. Dintiman this prestigious award each year since 1999 through 2015. In 2016 she also received the Top Doc Award from Northern Virginia Magazine.
The MSNVA Foundation awards volunteer physicians for their dedicated services and support of Project Access of Northern Virginia (PANV). Doctor Dintiman has received top awards for donating her time over the years.
Skin cancer prevention and surgery, laser treatment for rosacea, cosmetic treatment of wrinkles with fillers and BOTOX®, Fraxel laser for wrinkles, teenage acne, anti-aging treatments.
Degrees, Training and Certificates:
Medical College of Virginia; Internship at the University of Hawaii; Dermatology residency at the University of New Mexico; Selected in 1999, 2002 and 2005 as one of “Washingtonians Top 100 Doctors.”
- Chairman, Medical Society of Virginia Women Physicians
- Associate Director, Medical Society of Virginia
- Board Member, MATRC, Virginia Telemedicine
- Board Member, Project Access
- Diplomate, American Board of Dermatology
- Diplomate, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
- American Academy of Dermatology and Dermatology Surgery
- ASDS Member
Dr. Tadros studied her undergraduate education at the University of Virginia, where she was admitted to the Echols Scholarship program. Later, she studied medicine at the Medical college of Virginia and was awarded membership to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. She then completed her dermatology residency at the Medical College of Virginia as well, where she became Chief Resident.
She joined Dr. Dintiman in 1999 where she shared her vision in treating patients with compassion and with the state of the art of medical advances.
Dr. Tadros’ compassion has made her develop a special outlook toward her patients. She is interested in listening to her patients and their needs. She will treat them with respect and will strive to make them feel better. She is committed to help patients have a pleasant experience from the beginning to the end of the visit. Although she has experience in all aspects of dermatology, she has a special interest in skin cancer prevention, acne, eczema and psoriasis. She also has a special interest, and has received training in cosmetic dermatology as she enjoys using BOTOX® and fillers to help patients look more youthful and natural. She likes to incorporate the use of lasers to even out skin tone, redness and aging skin signs like brown spots and wrinkles.
Dr. Tadros lived in many countries and is fluent in English, Arabic, French, and speaks some Spanish. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family, her husband Dr. Amear Tadros, a dentist and her two children Grace and Antony. She enjoys reading, painting, traveling and cooking. She is an active member of her church and is part of the women’s ministry.
Northern Virginia Magazine’s Top Doctors for 2013 and 2012.
Skin cancer prevention, acne, rosacea and cosmetic anti-aging treatments as well as laser surgery.
Degrees, Training and Certificates:
Bachelor of Arts-University of Virginia, Echols Scholar; Doctor of Medicine-Medical College of Virginia Alpha Omega Alpha; Dermatology Residency-Medical College of Virginia.
Diplomate, American Board of Dermatology; American Academy of Dermatology; American Society of surgical dermatology; The American Women’s Association; Washington DC Dermatology Society; Medical Society of Northern Virginia
Dr. Matt Leavitt, Founder and CEO of ADCS, said, “It’s an honor to have Dr. Dintiman and Dr. Tadros and their team on board with us at ADCS. They are extremely talented providers who are dedicated and committed to the care of their patients.”
“This acquisition expands our presence as we continue to grow the Mid-Atlantic market to better serve patients.” said Dave Morell, President of ADCS.
ADCS, founded in 1989 by Dr. Matt Leavitt, is a dermatology-focused practice with over 143 clinics in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and Wyoming providing clinical, cosmetic, surgical and pathology services. ADCS also provides billing and coding management services for almost 90 third-party dermatology practices across the nation under the Ameriderm™ trade name.