Summit Dermatologic Surgeon
636 Morris Turnpike, Suite 2H
Short Hills, New Jersey 07078 US
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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology


American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)
American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)
Fellow, American Academy of Dermatology (FAAD)

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Lin has hospital affiliations at NYU Langone Medical Center, Overlook Hospital.

Treatments offered at Dermatology Consultants of Short Hills, LLC

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Restylane for Hollow Eyes?

Based on the photograph, you do not have any protruding fat herniation and very few under eye wrinkles. A well placed hyaluronic acid filler such as... READ MORE

What Are Hard White Bumps on my Face? White Heads?

Perhaps you are describing milia? Milia are small (1 or 2 mm), round white bumps that usually happen on the head and neck. These are common in infants... READ MORE

How to Tell the Difference Between Rosacea and BCC?

Finding and evaluating skin lesions in a background of skin can disease can be very difficult. Rosacea on the skin comes in many forms... READ MORE

How to Laser treat Rosacea?

In people with rosacea, laser treatments are most helpful with the redness and broken blood vessels (telangiectasias). The pulse dye laser (PDL) is... READ MORE

How to Choose Botox Doctor?

To choose a physician for Botox treatments, or any procedure, I would start by asking your friends, family, of one of your own doctors. A referral... READ MORE

Non-ablative Fractional Laser After Accutane?

Non-ablative fractional laser is definitely an option to treat many types of acne scars, but if you have just completed a course of Accutane, I would... READ MORE

Can I Still Move my Forehead After Botox?

Every face is different, as are everyone's goals, but a Botox treatment on the forehead should be able to relax forehead lines without completely... READ MORE

3 Weeks After Receiving Botox, when Can I Massage my Face?

Botox is almost completely absorbed by the target nerve/muscle within one hour. I recommend that my patients not massage the area for 3 or 4 hours,... READ MORE

Does Botox for Hyperhidrosis Work?

Using Botox in the underarms, hands, feet, and face is a very effective treatment for excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis). I have patients who undergo... READ MORE

After Botox, when Can I Touch the Treated Area?

After Botox treatments, I advise my patients not to massage or press on the treated areas for at least 4 hours. Gentle contact such as washing or... READ MORE

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