Dr. Jason Fung, MD


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Dermatology Center of The East Bay
3300 Webster Street Suite 509
Oakland, California 94609
For an appointment, call (510) 452-0330

About Dr. Jason Fung, MD

Born and raised in Hayward, Dr. Jason Fung is an alumnus of Head-Royce School in Oakland, Yale University, and the University of Rochester School of Medicine. He completed his medical internship at Yale-New Haven Hospital and his dermatology residency training at Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Fung returned to the East Bay in 2004 and has been in private practice ever since.

Dr. Fung is active in the teledermatology space. After serving for four years as a teledermatologist with Spruce Dermatology Clinic in San Francisco, Dr. Fung now works in a similar capacity for Keeps (New York-based male pattern hair loss company) and for TeleMed2U (California-based telemedicine company). He also sits on the physician advisory board for Seisson (Korea-based baby skin care company).

Conditions Treated

Aging Skin & Wrinkles
Allergic Contact Dermatitis
Atopic Dermatitis
Hair Loss (Balding)
Seborrheic Keratosis
Skin Cancer

Tips & Wisdom

Sunburn - Causes & Prevention
Let’s start with explaining how sunburn happens, and how even an overcast summer day doesn’t mean you can skimp on the skin protection. Sunburn can occur even when it’s cloudy, because it’s not the visible rays of the sun that cause it. Instead it is the invisible UV rays, or ultraviolet light, that causes our skin to burn. These rays can penetrate the clouds and cause serious burns if we neglect sunscreen on these days.  If you end up getting a sunburn in spite of t...
Common Treaments for Rosacea
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Patient Education Resources

Does Coolsculpting® really work?
CoolSculpting® is a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure that uses a device to cool targeted areas of fat, causing the fat cells to freeze and die. Over time, the body naturally eliminates these d...
How can Botox® improve my appearance?
Botox® (botulinum toxin type A) is a medication that is primarily used to temporarily paralyze specific muscles in the face and body.It is most often used to improve the appearance of wrinkles and...
How do I find out if I have skin cancer?
The best way to find out if you have skin cancer is to have a skin examination performed by a healthcare professional such as a dermatologist. They will visually inspect your skin for any suspicious m...
What are the best sunscreens?
The best sunscreens are those that provide broad-spectrum protection, which means they protect against both ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB) rays. They should also have an SPF (sun protecti...
What can reduce the appearance of my acne scars?
Acne scars can be treated with a variety of methods, including:Topical treatments: Topical creams and gels containing ingredients such as retinoids, hydroquinone, and vitamin C can help to reduce the ...