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Medical Treatments

Medical Skin CareDr Day is a board certified dermatologist, clinical assistant professor of dermatology at NYU Medical Center where she was presented with the award for excellence and dedication in dermatology.


She specializes in both medical and aesthetic dermatology and is happy to work with her associates Dr Hadley King, a Harvard trained highly qualified, thorough and gentle dermatologist, and Lauren Stein Certified Registered Physicians Assistant. This highly caring team is devoted to providing outstanding care for each patient in a timely manner.  They specialize in all aspects of medical dermatology from acne in teens and adults, to eczema, psoriasis, warts, skin cancer and all other medical concerns of the skin hair and nails:

Acne

Pimples, pustules blackheads and whiteheads appear and your skin may become inflamed or irritated. If left untreated there may be acne scaring.
Acne Treatment 
B12 Energy Boost

Vitamin B12 acts as an energizer, while releasing anti-stress elements throughout the body. 
B12 Energy Boost 
 Eczema

Things you can do to care for your Eczema skin
Eczema
 Hyperhydosis

Hyperhidrosis is a medical term for excessive sweating... 
Treatments for sweating
 Isolaz

Patients have found their skin feels tighter and has a healthy radiant glow following Isolaz therapy. 
Isolaz Treatments
 Melasma Peel

Designed to improve the texture and appearance of hyperpigmented skin. 
Melasma Peel
 Photo Dynamic Therapy

Patients with severe sun damaged skin manifested by actinic keratosis, texture, and tone changes including mottled pigmentation and skin laxity may see excellent results. 
Photo Dynamic Therapy
 Rosacea

If you are one of those people who blush easily or turn 'beet red' when you are embarassed, then you may be one of the millions of people prone to a disorder called rosacea.
Rosacea
 Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer. The good news is that it is also very treatable, especially if found early.
Skin Cancer


Call now for a consultation: (212) 772-0740