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5 out of 5 stars Tattoo Removal
Very nice and knowledgable! He explained the procedure in detail prior to getting started. I was a little bit nervous, well who loves to sit in a doctors office! However, every was very nice and sweet and I felt welcomed the minute I walked through the door! I would recommend this doctor to anyone! He also has his own skin care line, but you can just buy it being a patient, overall just top!
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BS in Biology, Hobart College, Geneva, NY 1976
Medical: MD, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY, 1980
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Medicine, Roosevelt Hospital, New York NY, 1981
Residency: Dermatology, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York NY, 1984
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I am not aware of any scientific study showing that permanent stretching can result from the over injection of Juvederm, or any other hyaluronic acid... READ MORE
Using Botox to treat the wrinkles you have described is possible and falls under the heading "advanced techniques for experts only". In other words... READ MORE
In all likelihood only the shaft of hair above the skin surface was vaporized by the Q switch laser treatment for your freckles. The living hair... READ MORE
This medication will clear your face of active acne lesions namely blackheads, whiteheads, and inflammatory pustules. Redness which remains after... READ MORE
Why would one laser treatment on a black ink tattoo cause significant fading and the next treatment little to no fading?
Thanks for your question - this is a common occurrence. The tattoo ink is deposited at different depths. The deeper ink takes more treatments to... READ MORE
I would first suggest you try topical prescription acne medications such as one of the topical retinoids and a topical antibiotic. If cystic acne... READ MORE
Tattoo excision on my right arm for four roses. How much do you think it will be to get them removed? (photo)
If you are truly committed to removing the roses in your tattoo, a laser would be the technique of choice to begin with. In general I would begin with... READ MORE
My compliments on your photoshop technique. It is important to keep in mind that almost no one is perfectly symmetrical and slight asymmetries and may... READ MORE
The lesions on your chest appear to be cysts. Some look inflammatory others are structural, or epithelial. Cysts are often treated with a combination... READ MORE
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