he began his practice in 1978, Dr. Bennett has treated
more than 20,000 skin cancers using Mohs micrographic
surgery. He has also trained nineteen fellows in this
technique, and his office is one of the few appointed
training centers for Mohs micrographic surgery in this
Bennett taught full-time on the faculty at Emory University
School of Medicine from 1978 to 1988, where he received
teaching awards from the dermatology residents at both
medical schools. He is listed in The Best Doctors in
America, Published by Woodward and White.
Bennett has published widely in medical journals and
has written a standard textbook in dermatologic surgery
(Fundamentals of Cutaneous Surgery, published by C.V.
Mosby and Co., 1988) used in dermatology training programs
all over the world.
addition to his practice, Dr. Bennett teaches dermatology
residents at UCLA, USC and Martin Luther King-Drew Schools
of Medicine and has served on the Board of Directors
of the American Academy of Dermatology, the American
Society for Dermatologic Surgery, the International
Society for Dermatologic Surgery, and the American College
of Mohs Micrographic Surgery.