Central Florida Dermatology Institute provides comprehensive medical & surgical dermatology services.

Founded by Dr. George Brant, Central Florida Dermatology Institute opened its doors in January of 2020 with a commitment to give each patient the best possible experience. Dr. Brant is a board-certified dermatologist, born and raised right here in Central Florida and is excited to be back. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Florida, he went on to receive his medical degree from Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Brant then completed an internship in general surgery at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and finished his residency training in dermatology at Rocky Vista University/Colorado Dermatology Institute in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Core Values

  • Provide a welcoming environment
  • Respect your time
  • Provide patient focused care
  • Be thorough
  • Educate our patients
  • Put patients over profits

Exceeded Every Expectation

You don’t expect a visit to the dermatologist to be pleasant but this is exactly what happens when you meet Dr. Brant. He is one of the those rare individuals that can make you feel like your longtime friends after only one visit. His genuine concern for his patients and willingness to educate rather than just jump to treatment has been a breath of fresh air.

-Andrew E.

Our Commitment To You


From the moment you walk in the door you will be greeted by friendly faces and be treated with dignity and respect. We believe taking care of patients is a privilege, not a task to be completed. We also understand that a trip to the dermatologist might not be the highlight of your day, so we try to make the experience a comfortable as possible.


We believe your time is just as valuable as ours. We work hard to try to see every patient on time. Of course, schedules are not always predictable, and situations may arise that result in us getting a little behind, but we promise to do our best. With that in mind, we have tried to make our office as efficient as possible without compromising patient care.

One of the most frustrating and time-consuming aspects of visits to the doctor is the paperwork. We are required to collect certain information and we really can’t change that. In order to make the process a little easier, however, our clinic uses an electronic check-in system, which saves both time and paper. Most people find the software easy to use, but our staff is happy to assist those who need a little help or are unable to enter the information on their own.


We want you to leave our clinic with a better understanding of your condition and your treatment options than when you arrived. This means providing you with accurate information in terms you can understand, not filling your head with medical jargon or just handing you a prescription and sending you on your way. We believe informed patients make better patients.

Be thorough

Patients being seen for skin cancer screenings deserve the opportunity to have a comprehensive exam. This means looking you over from head to toe, not just glancing at your face and forearms. Of course, you may choose to have a more limited exam if you wish, but you will always be offered a comprehensive exam.

Provide patient focused care

Providing patient focused care starts with focusing on the patient. Having medical assistants in the exam room documenting your visit allows you to have the doctor’s complete attention. Our goal is for you to feel confident that your concerns were listened to carefully and that your care plan was individualized to suit your needs.

Put patients over profits

The medical landscape has shifted dramatically in the past few decades. Large hospital groups and private equity firms (businesspeople) have bought up and consolidated smaller, physician-owned practices across the country. While big business has certainly benefitted from these changes, both patient AND physician satisfaction has declined. We believe decisions regarding your medical care should start in the exam room, not in a board room. Our greatest measure of success is patient satisfaction, not the “bottom line.”