Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
267 W. Hillcrest Dr.
Thousand Oaks, California 91360 US
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5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery

Dr Kaufman is the Best! - Thousand Oaks, CA

I had Mohs surgery done by Dr. Kaufman recently, and am amazed at his surgical skill and expertise. I know that the relative amount of pain from any type of surgery is usually a reflection of surgical skill, and even though I had to have a fairly large incision (in my opinion) I felt almost no pain! I am sure I would have had a lot of pain had I gone to any doctor with less skill. Not only...

5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery

Great Experience - Thousand Oaks, CA

Dr. Kaufman was recommended by my dermatologist. Dr. Kaufman, who specializes in Mohs surgery, treated me for skin cancer on the tip of my nose. I was terrified of being disfigured, but three months later, I look completely normal. Dr. Kaufman did an amazing job on me. He isn't warm and fuzzy, but he's intelligent, he listens and he cares. His staff is friendly and very professional. My experience at the Center for Dermatology Care was a very good one. I couldn't recommend Dr. Kaufman any more enthusiastically.

5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery

Excellent "Moh's Procedure Outcome - Thousand Oaks, CA

I researched my physician diligently, and was willing to travel throughout the Southern California area to see the best. Because I was dealing with a basal cell carcinoma on my face, it was a priority to not only remove the cancer growth, but hopefully have the best reconstruction, in order to avoid a unsightly scar. Dr. Kaufman fit the criteria I wanted. His education and experience...

5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery

Dr. Kaufman is Amazing! - Thousand Oaks, CA

I was reffered by Dr. Rehder in Camarillo. The office staff is very accommodating, The nurses made me feel as if I were part of the family, and Dr. Kaufman is off the charts, he explained in detail every facet of the procedure and did a great job with very little pain and discomfort. I would definately reccommend him anyone who needed a MOHS surgery.

5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery

Mohs Surgery - Thousand Oaks, CA

I had a nodular basal cell carcinoma right in the middle of my forehead. A good surgeon was a must. Dr. Kaufman came highly recommended and it's true. The man is brilliant at what he does. 1 month later the scar is barely noticeable. Dr. Kaufman and his staff could not be more professional, courteous, kind and informative. I will definitely be back I'm sure, since I'm a fair skinned...

5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery

Dr. Kaufman and MOHS - Thousand Oaks, CA

My dermatologist performed a biopsy on an area near my right eye. It turned out to be positive and I was referred to Dr. Kaufman. The drive to Dr. Kaufman is 45 minutes for me, but well worth it. The office is state of the art. The operating room appears to be equipped for any and everything. The entire facility is spotless. The staff is more than accommodating and the Dr. Kaufman is highly...

5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery

Small Squamous Cell Cancer - Thousand Oaks, CA

After being diagnosed with a small skin cancer (squamous cell type), I went to Dr. Kaufman for it's removal. He, and his entire staff, were personable, caring, and efficient. He did a great job, and three months later the scar on my forehead is hardly visible. I recommend Dr. Kaufman for this type of care.

5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery

Mohs and Reconstruction, melanoma in situ, Great Results!! - Thousand Oaks, CA

I was in denial about this changing freckle. It was a brown spot I'd had for 8 years since my last child was born. It was lasered, but came back with a vengeance. My vanity had caused me to ignore common sense, I didn't want it biopsied. I didn't want a scar on my face. Funny, when I finally came to my senses, it had doubled in size. I saw the dermatologist, he insisted to take a minimal...

4 out of 5 stars Juvederm

Juvederm Injections

Little uncomfortable with topical only. But bareable. Results were well worth it. I will do it again. This was the first time I ever injected anything into my face and was very skeptical. I didn't bruse just a little swollen for the first couple hours. Go to someone experienced. Even if its a little more expensive I'm a big believer in you get what you pay for.

5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery

No Worries - Thousand Oaks, CA

Referred by my dermatologist for Mohs surgery on my ear. Dr,Kaufman and staff are very professional and caring. I've had 3 other Mohs surgeries by other surgery centers, but this one was by far the most comfortable. Great advice from the staff on post surgery care. Don't procrastinate. get it taken care of by a true professional. Clean site with Aquaphor (it sticks to wound) Make a...

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology and American Board of Internal Medicine

Memberships

American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)
American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)

Consultation Fee

$100 applied to surgery if performed.

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Kaufman has hospital affiliations at Los Robles Regional Medical Center.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS, University of California at Davis
    Medical: MD, University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residencies:
    Dermatology, University of California at Los Angeles
    Internal Medicine, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
    Fellowship: Mohs and Dermatologic Surgery, University of California at San Francisco

Treatments offered at The Center For Dermatology Care

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Wound Not Healing After MOHS Surgery on Top of Head

It's not unusual for a wound to take 4-6 weeks to heal after surgery if allowed to heal by seconday intention (in other words, to let it heal by... READ MORE

Wound Closure 10 Days After Mohs Surgery?

I would agree with Dr. Hruza. Best option is to ask your doctor exactly why he is delaying repair of the defect. If the defect is particularly deep or... READ MORE

I Had a Melanoma in Situ on my Face Removed. Can Mohs Be Used?

Mohs surgery is an excellent choice for treatment of a melanoma near the eyelid. These types of melanomas in situ (frequently called lentigo malignas)... READ MORE

How Long Will the Redness Last After Necrosis From Juvederm Has Healed?

What you're describing is relatively unusual. What probably happened is the pressure from the filler obstructed a nearby small artery. Another option... READ MORE

Can nickel Size Mohs Round Scalp Scar From Stitches Opening Be Corrected or Reduced?

There is a very good likelihood that a scar revision can be performed to improve the final cosmetic result. This might be a good alternative to a hair... READ MORE

What should I do? Juvederm in my Lips Having Issues 15 Months Later

First, I would recommend seeing another physician to evaluate exactly what is causing your persistent swelling. It may be scarring from the hematoma... READ MORE

Best Skin Aftercare Following Laser Resurfacing?

As a general rule, after laser resurfacing the skin should be kept moist until healed. We use a special type of bandage for the first 24 hours called... READ MORE

Punch Excision on Old Chicken Pox Scars Only Created New Scars

It really takes 6-12 months to get the final cosmetic result followng any type of surgery. I would follow up with the surgeon that performed the scar... READ MORE

Mohs Surgery Recovery

Typical recovery depends on the location of the cancer, the size of the defect, what type of reconstruction was required, and whether there are any... READ MORE

I had a small Basal Cell Carcinoma removed from my back. What are the chances I'll develop more BCCs in the coming years?

You have about a 50% chance of another skin cancer within a few years of your first skin cancer diagnosis. Best option is to see a dermatologist at... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Kaufman

Andrew Kaufman, MD has shared 9 before and after pictures with 83 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.

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Solution for Wrinkles and Blotchy Skin

Dr. Andrew Kaufman discusses the damage caused by UV rays and what precautions to take to minimize that damage, live at ASDS 2016 from New Orleans. WATCH VIDEO

How to Treat Skin Cancer — The Doctor Explains Your Options

Live from Vegas at VCS 2016, Dr. Andrew Kaufman answers questions about preventing and treating skin cancer. WATCH VIDEO

The Doctor Explains Hair Loss Options for Men and Women

Live from Chicago at ASDS 2015, Dr. Andrew Kaufman answers questions about hair loss. WATCH VIDEO

NeoGraft: Learn About the Hair Transplant Without a Linear Scar

Dr. Andrew Kaufman explains NeoGraft for hair transplantation and what to expect, live from Chicago at ASDS 2015. WATCH VIDEO

Did You Know Men and Women Lose Hair Differently? Here's Why That Matters

If you're losing hair, you have options. Learn the basics from Dr. Andrew Kaufman. WATCH VIDEO

How Does Mohs Surgery Work? This Doctor Demonstrates

Dr. Andrew Kaufman uses a handy visual aid to demonstrate how Mohs surgery treats skin cancer. WATCH VIDEO

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