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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BA, Economics, Yale University, 1999
Medical: MD, New York University School of Medicine, 2009
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Internal Medicine, Lenox Hill Hospital, 2010
Residency: Dermatology, Vanderbilt University, 2013
Treatments offered at Schweiger Dermatology Group
Most popular answers from Jeremy S. Fenton, MD
Scars such as the ones you have with variation in skin texture can be treated with certain lasers that perform "resurfacing." These lasers stimulate... READ MORE
It is unlikely that any tattoo can be removed in one treatment. Most tattoos take from 8 to 20 "passes" to remove. You can do more than one pass in a... READ MORE
After 1 month, I have lumps superficially from Botox injections. Were they not injected deeply enough?
It is unlikely this is related to the botox being injected too superficially. Botox is injected as a liquid and the volume of that liquid is quickly... READ MORE
Usually, the first treatment for keloid scars is to inject them with cortisone. Surgical excision does carry a high rate of recurrence, so you often... READ MORE
There are rare people who are resistant to Botox, and some patients develop antibodies to it after repeated treatments. In those patients, I recommend... READ MORE
I had my lips done yesterday with Huvederm smile 0.55ml. I don't like the way they look at the moment. Will this go?
Lips can swell and bruise quite a bit after filler injections. Generally the swelling will go down by about 30%. It is hard to judge how they will... READ MORE
I had my first injection of 25 units Botox on April 22nd in my glabellas. 2 weeks later I still had no reduction in movement
When injecting Botox, it is important that every patient be assessed individually because the facial structure, peaks of muscles, and strength of... READ MORE
I had an insect bite five years ago and I kept scratching. Now it's a black ugly bump on my leg. How do I get rid of it? (Photo)
When you have an itchy spot that you scratch for a long period, you can develop what is called lichen simplex chronicus, or a prurigo nodule. These... READ MORE
It is difficult to say exactly how long it will take for you to recover, but it could be a week before your skin feels normal again. Topical steroids... READ MORE
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