Since we are a family-owned practice, we’d like to personally introduce you to our family. Jon and I met during our dermatology residency training at LSU in New Orleans and Shreveport. The first time I actually met Jon, I had to put on his white coat and pretend to be “Dr. Pruett” to see a patient in our resident clinic that I was visiting in Shreveport. I can remember assisting him during surgeries in residency, but at the time I was married and had two young boys, Luke and Noah. Jon finished his residency a year before me and moved to Dallas to join Trinity Dermatology in Carrollton. During my last year of residency, I went through a divorce and Jon and I re-met with a group of LSU residents at a dermatology conference in Washington DC. From that moment on, we started a long-distance relationship and got married two and a half years later. I joined him at Trinity Dermatology where we worked together until opening Revival Dermatology. We had Stella a year into our marriage and Jolie a few years after that. We have raised our children in the Highland Park school district since our oldest, Luke, was a kindergartener at Armstrong Elementary. He is now a senior at HPHS with plans to major in film, Noah is a sophomore on the wrestling team and sings in the choir, Stella is a 5th grader at MIS and loves playing soccer on the Cosmos and running with Speedkidz, and Jolie is a 1st grader at Armstrong who loves playdates and learning how to play the piano. Our practice manager, Michal (Polish, pronounced mee-how) Krawczyk has been part of our work family for the past 13 years when he joined Trinity Dermatology in 2008. Fun fact: On my first ever visit to Dallas, Michal was managing Chocolate Secrets in Dallas and helped arrange our Jon and I’s first Dallas date there. A year later, he became a practice manager at Trinity Dermatology where Jon practiced and where I later joined when we got married. Michal is married to David Dummer, an attorney in Dallas, and they have two young boys, Sebastian who is also a 1st grader at Armstrong Elementary and Alexander who is in Pre-K at Highland Park United Methodist Day School. We love our community and are so excited to be able to practice closer to home.