Washington Dermatologic Surgeon
5215 Loughboro Rd. NW, Ste. 140
Washington, District of Columbia 20016 US
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5 out of 5 stars Fractional Laser

Fraxel Dual Works - New York, NY

Dr. Gilman is so knowledgeable and patient. I really appreciate her attention to the specifics and I'm thrilled with my results.

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Fraxel Works! - New York, NY

I'm in my mid 40's, have fair skin, love the outdoors, and have a history of mild acne. I went to Dr. Gilman hoping to minimize fine lines, acne scarring, sun spots, and overall tone of skin. During my consultation, she spent time explaining how and why my skin and face had changed over the years and recommended Fraxel dual laser treatments. I did some research and decided to go...

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology

Memberships

American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)
American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS)
American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BA in Biology, Williams College, Massachusetts
    Medical: MD, The George Washington University Medical Center, Washington, DC
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Internal Medicine, Saint Vincent’s Medical Center, New York City
    Residency: Dermatology, the Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York City

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