Bethesda Dermatologic Surgeon
4800 Montgomery Lane, Suite M-50
Bethesda, Maryland 20814 US
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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology

Memberships

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

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Green has hospital affiliations at Sibley Memorial Hospital; Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS, Chemistry
    Medical: MD, University of Rochester School of Medicine
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Internal Medicine, Washington Hospital Center
    Residencies:
    Dermatology, Medical University of South Carolina Program
    Dermatology, Washington Hospital Center

Treatments offered at David Green, MD (LaserDerm & Vein Centers)

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Is it possible to remove a large blue vein on my face (side)? (photo)

Prominent veins on the face can be treated by Sclerotherapy - usually one treatment is sufficient to permanently remove such veins. This is how I... READ MORE

What is the best way to permanently, safely treat telangiectasia (red blood vessels) around the creases of the nose area?(Photo)

These thin red blood vessels appearing on the alae of the nose in the photos are dilated capillaries.Normal capillaries are too small to be seen but... READ MORE

Prominent veins on hands & foot. What are the treatments to be followed?

Prominent veins of the hands and feet are common - and normal - especially in those who have little subcutaneous adipose tissue (fat); it is likely... READ MORE

I had a laser treatment done by Laser by Lisa in April to eliminate spider veins on my legs. I'm completely scarred now. (Photo)

Pigmentation in the skin along the course of veins treated by Sclerotherapy is common - and, sometimes, inevitable. It is - almost always - temporary... READ MORE

I have had this red vein appear on the bridge of my nose. It causes discomfort. Is it easily removed? (photos)

From the photo, it appears that there is a cluster of numerous dilated capillaries on the bridge of your nose. Often, in this circumstance, there is a... READ MORE

What's the best treatment for spider veins?

The type of 'Spider Veins' that are present would determine how to best remove them. 'Spider Veins' that are dark blue or purple represent dilated... READ MORE

EVLT treatment on bulging hand and wrist veins.

Prominent veins of the hands and feet can be safely and effectively treated by Sclerotherapy, and I treat these veins on a regular basis. EVLT... READ MORE

How to get rid of under eye veins?

Prominent blue-green veins of the periocular region - above, below or lateral (temples) to the eyelids - are common. Sometimes these veins (which are... READ MORE

What are the risks to phlebectomy on foot? (photos)

Foot veins as illustrated in the photograph can be treated by Sclerotherapy. One treatment should be sufficient to remove it. After treatment, a... READ MORE

Should I avoid iron rich food after sclerotherapy?

Pigmentation after Sclerotherapy is not related to diet, including iron-rich foods. However, an iron-containing molecule is the source of this brown... READ MORE

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