Meet Dr. DayRead About Dr. Day Dr. Doris Day is a highly respected and sought-after cosmetic dermatologist and medical journalist. She specializes in aesthetic, laser, and surgical dermatology and has won awards for her work in laser research.
Cosmetic Dermatologist of New York CityDr. Doris Day's private dermatology practice is highly respected & sought-out by celebrities and everyday people alike. Located in New York's Upper East Side, her specialties include aesthetic, laser, and surgical dermatology. She's won awards for her work in laser research.
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Medical JournalistDr. Day's medical journalism has appeared in such magazines as Vogue, Glamour, In Style, Allure, and Redbook. Her findings have been published in the clinical monograph Understanding Hyperpigmentation
Award Winning DermatologistDr. Day was named one of the top 10 dermatologists of 2013 by Aesthetic Everything.
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Media AppearancesHer expertise is regularly featured in print, online, radio, & TV. Media appearances include: Good Morning America, The View, Dr Oz and many national news shows, WebMD, as well as Vogue, Glamour, In Style, Allure, W, and Redbook.
Published Book AuthorDr. Day's most recent book Forget the Facelift delves into cutting-edge non-surgical anti-aging regimens and techniques that are easy to understand & highly informative. Other titles she has authored are 100 Question and Answers about Acne and the clinical monograph Understanding Hyperpigmentation.
Medical AffiliationsDr. Doris Day is affiliated with Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City and is a clinical associate professor of dermatology at the New York University Langone Medical Center where she was presented with the award for Dedication and Excellence in the Teaching of Dermatology. She completed her residency in dermatology at NYH Cornell medical center and graduated with the title of chief resident.
Dr. Doris Day has authored the book Forget the Facelift. Turn Back the Clock with a Revolutionary Program for ageless skin. Forget the Facelift book