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The Doctor and the office staff is wonderful. They provide very personalized service.
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I've been to one of the top rated dermatologist in Los Angeles, and several in Miami, but finally gave up the effort. I was basically just wasting money, or looking worse. The problem with getting a referral for a truly great dermatologist is that the people who go to them are never people you would ask because they don't look like they go to a dermatologist. They just look better than you do. A friend I never suspected went to anyone, told me about Dr. Golomb. I would never go to anyone else. She is a true artist. I moved from Florida and just went back for a business meeting and booked time with her. I saw her on a Friday, but she came in on a Sunday to see how things were looking! She will tell you what products will work for you, and also which won't. Her pricing is fair, she's on time, she's not rushed and she's is a terrific listener. Instead of researching products, just pick a great doctor who understands your goals and will honestly advise you how to meet them. If you live in Florida you're lucky.
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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Pharmacy, University of Pittsburgh, PA
Medical: MD, University of Miami School of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: University of Colorado in Denver, CO
Residency: Dermatology, University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital, FL
Fellowship: Dermatopathology, Roger Williams Medical Center, Providence, RI
Treatments offered at Dermatology Boutique
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Does a doctor have to be board certified to practice medicine? No.But as a patient, you want someone who stays up-to-date with the latest developments, medicines and treatments in her specialty. For any physician, board certification means your doctor has gone above and beyond the many years of education by passing the exams given by her specialty’s governing body.In the case of dermatology, board certification is granted the American Board of Dermatology after the requirements,...
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