I enjoy working with my patients so they understand their condition, why I am using a particular treatment, and how it fits into the broader scope of their health.
2275 Deming Way, Ste 240
Middleton, WI 53562
Education and Board Certification
Meriter-UnityPoint Health Hospital
University of Southern California Medical Center
California Pacific Medical Center
Loyola University of Chicago, Stritch Sch of Med
Dr. Ricci focuses on medical dermatology and also has a particular interest in infectious disease of the skin, and tropical medicine. Specific medical conditions include: acne, psoriasis, eczema, skin cancer, warts, rashes, allergic reactions, laser treatments for age/sun spots and other broken blood vessel conditions (rosacea). While medical dermatology is his focus, he appreciates the full scope of dermatology in that cosmetic procedures such as botulinum toxin, soft tissue augmentation with fillers, and sclerotherapy to treat small unwanted leg veins can improve patients’ self-image and confidence.
Dr. Ricci is compassionate and empathetic to the issues his patients are facing. He wants them to feel at ease and makes sure that they understand all aspects of their treatment. For his Spanish-speaking patients, Dr. Ricci is able to discuss their care options in their native language. His individual attention is evident as Dr. Ricci makes himself available when his patients have any questions or concerns.
Away from the clinic, Dr. Ricci enjoys spending time with his wife and son, traveling, running marathons, and hopes to develop a love for cross-country skiing and snow shoeing.
Dermatologists are experts in the care of normal skin as well as the prevention and treatment of a wide-variety of skin conditions, including skin cancers. It is a unique specialty with medical, surgical, and sometimes cosmetic aspects. In addition, a dermatologist cares for scalp, hair, and nails. Obesity, stress and smoking can have major effects on skin, dermatologists work with primary care providers to enforce healthy lifestyle habits for patients.