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American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Internal Medicine, Boston University
Medical: MD, New York Medical College
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: Dermatology, Columbia - Presbyterian Hospital
Fellowship: Acne and Wound Healing, Boston University
Treatments offered at New York Dermatology Group
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Many MDs will treat post-fraxel hyperpigmentation with broad spectrum daily sunblock, hydroquinone 4% gel and one percent hydrocortisone & perhaps... READ MORE
You would have to contact your insurance carrier. Include pictures and medical letters from your Radiation oncologist and from your dermatologist.... READ MORE
The Fraxel 1550 laser works very well for acne scars. The settings can be modulated for your degree of scarring. Other options are TCA peels, Jessner... READ MORE
After you've had your Fraxel treatment, I'd recommend wearing a wide-brimmed hat and consistent reapplication of a PABA and fragrance-free... READ MORE
I would try the microdermabrasion & do 5 sessions, 3 weeks apart. I think that's going to be far more effective than than doing a "parlor... READ MORE
It's a good idea to visit a board certified dermatologist & have them do a few Microdermabrasion treatments in their office the proper way.... READ MORE
There are many fillers besides hyaluronic acids. An appropriate option may be Radiesse, as it is a thicker filler. I would do this in conjunction with... READ MORE
If you are looking for the bee-stung lips, it would be much easier to have Restylane, or Juvederm injections. It is possible to trim Alloderm... READ MORE
Botox for crows feet generally does not result in puffiness. The Botox really only lasts for a maximum of 6 months. When Botox is done around the... READ MORE
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