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Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: General Surgery, University of California San Diego, 1999
Dermatology Boston University and Tufts University, 2002
Dermatologic Surgery / Mohs Surgery, Tufts University 2003
Plastic Surgery, Yale University, 1990
Dermatology, Stanford University, 1992
Treatments offered at Dermatologic Surgery at Dermatology Associates PC
Most popular answers from Niels C. Krejci, MD
How you treat pigmented lesions on the face depends on what type they are. Your description fits better with flat "seborrheic keratoses" than with... READ MORE
Oil glands are regulated by hormones and not affected by Botox. The sweat glands however are affected by Botox - but their activity is reduced - that... READ MORE
What you are describing is typical for varicose veins.When you stand up blood flows into them and they dilate. If you are resting on the couch with... READ MORE
What type of treatment is best to get rid of these wrinkles that extend diagonally from lower eye to upper cheek?
You have to distinguish between the lines that the eye muscles make when you squint, and the lines that form when your cheek moves up during a smile... READ MORE
If you are overfilled with Juvaderm injections, can you take only a bit out or do you have to take all of it out?
If you had several sites on your face injected then you can dissolve the Juvederm at each site individually and leave the other sites intact. ... READ MORE
Swelling in the morning is not always a reason for concern as body fluids tend to shift to the head and neck during the night. I would return to your... READ MORE
You may want to consult your dentist if bruxism (grinding teeth) is part of your problem. Bruxism can have a range of causes and depending on the... READ MORE
Rosacea is a disease of the midfacial skin. Injection of botox into the muscles of the upper face is very unlikely to have an effect on your rosacea. ... READ MORE
Botox can lift the eyebrows if you relax the muscles that pull the brows down. 25 units in the lower part of the forehead - between and near the... READ MORE
Should I have botox for neck pain? I had stroke 2 years ago and have constant headaches. Is this really a good option?
If you neck pain is caused by muscle spasms then Botox may be an option. This is usually done by neurologists not by cosmetic surgeons. Good luck ! READ MORE
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