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American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)
Fellow, American Academy of Dermatology (FAAD)
Women's Dermatologic Society
$100. Consultation fee is applied towards first cosmetic procedure.
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate, Harvard University, A.B. Economics, Magna cum Laude 1999
Medical School, Yale University, MD cum Laude, 2004
Post-Medical School TrainingInternal Medicine Internship NYU, 2004-2005
Dermatology Residency Brown University, 2005-2008
Treatments offered by Reena Rupani, MD
Most popular answers from Reena Rupani, MD
No, you certainly don't "have" to have your forehead and glabella lines treated at one time. The reason most people will suggest it,... READ MORE
Hi there,Along with filler as mentioned above, I would suggest using a copper-containing eye cream, as this can be helpful with pigmentation.Warm... READ MORE
Yes! I always start with the cheeks, because a little can go a very long way (and sometimes you can skip the nasolabial folds entirely if you are... READ MORE
Glabellar furrows (the lines between the eyebrows) are best treated with toxins. Filler can be cautiously used in the area, but make sure you go to... READ MORE
Cetaphil lotion tends to be very mild, but it sounds like you might have either developed a sensitivity to it or, more likely, you may have developed... READ MORE
It's a neurotoxin, and you are putting it in your face. There are potential risks and side effects associated. Your best bet is a board-certified... READ MORE
...usually. Some people find that it lasts less or more time. There is controversy about whether a percentage of the population are "rapid Botox... READ MORE
Although Botox is generally very safe, unwanted side effects including droppy eyebrows or eyelids can occur. The good news is that there are not... READ MORE
As most others have stated here, Botox cost varies by location. In Tucson most doctors charge by the unit. It may be tempting to get the... READ MORE
Be very careful--I notice you are writing form India, and one major concern with Indian skin is the depigmentation that could occur from improperly... READ MORE
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