Beverly Hills Dermatologic Surgeon
440 N. Rodeo Drive, Third Floor
Beverly Hills, California 90210 US
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5 out of 5 stars Venus Viva

31 Uneven Tone and Scarring - Los Angeles, CA

This review is for Viva which I just had done at Dr. Lancer's office however, while I await the final result, based on results from other things he's done to me, I'm looking forward to it! However, he has been been godsend in helping me dissolve the fat that was stuffed into my face by another Docter. I had a gorgeous chiseled face naturally and after a ps recommended I get fat transfer to...

5 out of 5 stars Ultherapy

AMAZING! Highly Recommend! - Beverly Hills, CA

I could only afford to have my forehead done and intend to do my whole face and neck someday. My formerly drooping eye lids are now noticably lifted after three months. Wow...does it hurt!!! I had a Valium and a Xanax but still winced from the pain. With the results though, I'd do it again. So worth it! This is not a procedure to skimp or get a deal on. I went to the very best doctor because...

5 out of 5 stars Melasma Treatment

This Doctor Works Miracles - Beverly Hills, CA

Dr. Lancer did in one week what other doctors couldn't do in over a year. In 2010 I had two laser treatments on my face for melasma. These treatments cause severe hyperpigmentation, skin dehydration, enlarged pores, and texture shifts in my skin. I went to a couple of doctors to try to correct the problem, but they never could. I was beyond depressed and at my wits end. I began researching...

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology

Memberships

American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, University of California at San Diego
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: Harvard Medical School

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Can Anybody Answer What Exactly Are the Chemical Ingredients of Botox and Fillers?

Botox is an injectable neuro-toxin derived from a purified form of botulinum toxin type A. Only a very minute/nanogram is actually used in Botox.... READ MORE

Chemical Peel After Dermabrasion

It's more than okay to get a peel after dermabrasion, to determine what kind of chemical peel to get done would be best decided by getting... READ MORE

I Am 71 Years Old. Am I Too Old for the Chemical Peel?

I would proceed with caution, although it's perfectly okay to get a chemical peel at 71, just be weary that if you have thin skin, it may be too... READ MORE

Is It Ok for Someone Other Than a Doctor to Do Injectable Fillers?

While you may be able to get injectables by someone other than a doctor, I would highly recommend finding someone who is at least licensed and well... READ MORE

Fillers Under Eyes for Volume, Eyes Burn, Face Swollen, What Can I Do?

Sometimes ultrasound treatments can be used to soften these unfortunate side effects. READ MORE

Radiesse Vocal Injections in the Doctor's Office, How Often Would They Have to go Back?

At least 6-12 month intervals of treatments should be done until a steady state is achieved. READ MORE

Scars from a TCA Peel, Are They Permanent?

Unfortunately they can be permanent, but some people will respond to reversal method as a treatment. READ MORE

How To Correct White Spots After Laser Treatment? (photo)

You can try Fraxinated laser photothermolysis which can sometimes benefit this situation. READ MORE

What Face Creams Can I Use on Unevenly Dissolving Tear Trough Filler Area?

Retin A derivatives can sometimes help freshen skin in this area, but you should be evaluated first by a dermatologist. READ MORE

Risks Of Removing Filler? Will It Affect Underlying Fat? (photo)

Possibly as a result of the filler injection will have already destroyed some fat cells. READ MORE

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