Doctor Category: Dermatology
Shauna Ryder Diggs, MD, of Cosmedic Dermatology, practices general, cosmetic, and laser dermatology. She specializes in using the latest advancements in dermatology for skin rejuvenation and has created CosmedicDerm Professional Skin Care, which offers products for sensitive, acne-prone, and photodamaged skin.
Dr. Diggs is a graduate of the University of Michigan Inteflex Program and completed an internal medicine internship at the U-M Medical Center in Ann Arbor. Her specialty training took place in the University of Michigan’s dermatology residency program. She developed expertise in autoimmune, infectious, benign, and malignant dermatoses. Dr. Diggs is a board-certified dermatologist of the American Board of Dermatology, a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society of Dermatologic Surgeons, and a member of the Michigan Dermatological Society. She has been a lecturer at the University of Michigan Medical School and Dental School.
Prior to opening Cosmedic Dermatology in Grosse Pointe, Dr. Diggs practiced in the Oakland Aesthetic Dermatology group in Farmington Hills. She then served as the medical director of the Laser Treatment Center at the Detroit Medical Center’s Sinai-Grace Hospital, specializing in cosmetic and laser dermatology. She uses lasers for hair removal, facial and leg vein therapy, tattoo removal, birthmark removal, and skin rejuvenation. For skin rejuvenation, she also utilizes neuromodulators, filler injections, and topical anti-photoaging treatments. In addition to procedural dermatology, Dr. Diggs lectures on the use of advanced topical therapies for dermatoses and teaches master classes on lasers to physicians nationally. She is on the staff of St. John Medical Center, Sinai-Grace Hospital, and Beaumont-Grosse Pointe Hospital.
Dr. Diggs is personally and professionally involved in her community. She is a Regent Emeritus for the University of Michigan and Chair Emeritus of the Association of Governing Boards, chair of the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation, and chair of the Association of Governing Boards of Colleges and Universities. Dr. Diggs has also served on the boards of the Michigan Opera Theatre, the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Detroit Zoological Society, and Forgotten Harvest. She was married to the late Douglass J. Diggs and has two daughters.