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Dermatologists in New York, NY

  • 441 Dermatologists found in New York, New York
  • 12 of these Dermatologists have disciplinary actions
  • 37 Dermatologists that practice in New York also practice in 21 other cities
  • Dermatologists in New York, NY have practiced medicine for an average of 28 years.

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Dermatologists

Trending Dermatologists in New York, NY
Neighborhoods in New York, NY
  • Alphabet City
  • Baldwin Harbor
  • Bath Beach
  • Bay Ridge
  • Bay Terrace
  • Bloomfield
  • Borough Park
  • Bowery
  • Brighton Beach
  • Brooklyn Heights
  • Bulls Head
  • Bushwick
  • Canarsie
  • Carroll Gardens
  • Castleton Corners
  • Cedarhurst
  • Central Park
  • Chelsea
  • Chinatown
  • Clinton Hill
  • Cold Spring Harbor
  • Ditmars Steinway
  • Downtown Brooklyn
  • Dumbo
  • East Bronx
  • East Harlem
  • East New York
  • East Patchogue
  • East Village
  • East Williamsburg
  • Elm Park
  • Elmhurst
  • Flatiron District
  • Flatlands
  • Fleetwood - Concourse Village
  • Floral Park
  • Flushing
  • Fort George
  • Fort Greene
  • Fresh Meadows
  • Gramercy Park
  • Gravesend
  • Greenwich Village
  • Greenwood
  • Hamilton Heights
  • Harlem
  • Hell's Kitchen
  • Hillcrest
  • Hollis
  • Hudson Heights
  • Hudson Square
  • Inwood
  • Jamaica
  • Kingsbridge
  • Kips Bay
  • Korea Town
  • Lenox Hill
  • Lighthouse Hill
  • Lincoln Square
  • Little Italy
  • Little Neck
  • Lower East Side
  • Lower Manhattan
  • Ludlow
  • Manorhaven
  • Middle Village
  • Midtown
  • Midtown East
  • Midtown South Central
  • Morningside Heights
  • Mott Haven
  • Mount Sinai
  • New Springville
  • NoLita
  • North Amityville
  • North of Madison Square Park
  • North Riverdale
  • Norwood
  • Oakwood
  • Old Howard Beach
  • Park Slope
  • Randalls Island
  • Red Hook
  • Rego Park
  • Richmond
  • Richmond Hill
  • Riverdale
  • Roosevelt Island
  • Rye
  • Sheepshead Bay
  • Spuyten Duyvil
  • Stuyvesant Town
  • Sunnyside
  • Sunset Park
  • Sutton Place
  • Syosset
  • Theater District - Times Square
  • Todt Hill
  • Tottenville
  • Tudor City
  • Turtle Bay
  • Union Square
  • University Heights
  • Upper East Side
  • Upper Manhattan
  • Upper West Side
  • Van Nest
  • Washington Heights
  • West Bronx
  • Westchester Village
  • Westerleigh
  • Whitestone
  • Williamsburg
  • Windsor Terrace
  • Woodstock
  • Yorkville

Dermatology

A dermatologist is trained to diagnose and treat pediatric and adult patients with benign and malignant disorders of the skin, mouth, external genitalia, hair and nails, as well as a number of sexually transmitted diseases. The dermatologist has had additional training and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancers, melanomas, moles, and other tumors of the skin, the management of contact dermatitis, and other allergic and nonallergic skin disorders, and in the recognition of the skin manifestations of systemic (including internal malignancy) and infectious diseases. Dermatologists have special training in dermatopathology and in the surgical techniques used in dermatology. They also have expertise in the management of cosmetic disorders of the skin such as hair loss and scars, and the skin changes associated with aging.
Clinical & Laboratory Dermatological Immunology
A dermatologist who utilizes various specialized laboratory procedures to diagnose disorders characterized by defective responses of the body's immune system. Immunodermatologists also may provide consultation in the management of these disorders and administer specialized forms of therapy for these diseases.
Dermatopathology
A dermatopathologist has the expertise to diagnose and monitor diseases of the skin including infections, immunologic, degenerative, and neoplastic disease. This entails the examination and interpretation of specially prepared tissue sections, cellular scrapings, and smears of skin lesions by means of routine and special (electron and fluorescent) microscopes.
Pediatric Dermatology
A pediatric dermatologist has, through additional special training, developed expertise in the treatment of specific skin disease categories with emphasis on those diseases which predominate in infants, children and adolescents.

Dermatologists

Trending Dermatologists in New York, NY
Neighborhoods in New York, NY
  • Alphabet City
  • Baldwin Harbor
  • Bath Beach
  • Bay Ridge
  • Bay Terrace
  • Bloomfield
  • Borough Park
  • Bowery
  • Brighton Beach
  • Brooklyn Heights
  • Bulls Head
  • Bushwick
  • Canarsie
  • Carroll Gardens
  • Castleton Corners
  • Cedarhurst
  • Central Park
  • Chelsea
  • Chinatown
  • Clinton Hill
  • Cold Spring Harbor
  • Ditmars Steinway
  • Downtown Brooklyn
  • Dumbo
  • East Bronx
  • East Harlem
  • East New York
  • East Patchogue
  • East Village
  • East Williamsburg
  • Elm Park
  • Elmhurst
  • Flatiron District
  • Flatlands
  • Fleetwood - Concourse Village
  • Floral Park
  • Flushing
  • Fort George
  • Fort Greene
  • Fresh Meadows
  • Gramercy Park
  • Gravesend
  • Greenwich Village
  • Greenwood
  • Hamilton Heights
  • Harlem
  • Hell's Kitchen
  • Hillcrest
  • Hollis
  • Hudson Heights
  • Hudson Square
  • Inwood
  • Jamaica
  • Kingsbridge
  • Kips Bay
  • Korea Town
  • Lenox Hill
  • Lighthouse Hill
  • Lincoln Square
  • Little Italy
  • Little Neck
  • Lower East Side
  • Lower Manhattan
  • Ludlow
  • Manorhaven
  • Middle Village
  • Midtown
  • Midtown East
  • Midtown South Central
  • Morningside Heights
  • Mott Haven
  • Mount Sinai
  • New Springville
  • NoLita
  • North Amityville
  • North of Madison Square Park
  • North Riverdale
  • Norwood
  • Oakwood
  • Old Howard Beach
  • Park Slope
  • Randalls Island
  • Red Hook
  • Rego Park
  • Richmond
  • Richmond Hill
  • Riverdale
  • Roosevelt Island
  • Rye
  • Sheepshead Bay
  • Spuyten Duyvil
  • Stuyvesant Town
  • Sunnyside
  • Sunset Park
  • Sutton Place
  • Syosset
  • Theater District - Times Square
  • Todt Hill
  • Tottenville
  • Tudor City
  • Turtle Bay
  • Union Square
  • University Heights
  • Upper East Side
  • Upper Manhattan
  • Upper West Side
  • Van Nest
  • Washington Heights
  • West Bronx
  • Westchester Village
  • Westerleigh
  • Whitestone
  • Williamsburg
  • Windsor Terrace
  • Woodstock
  • Yorkville

Dermatology

A dermatologist is trained to diagnose and treat pediatric and adult patients with benign and malignant disorders of the skin, mouth, external genitalia, hair and nails, as well as a number of sexually transmitted diseases. The dermatologist has had additional training and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancers, melanomas, moles, and other tumors of the skin, the management of contact dermatitis, and other allergic and nonallergic skin disorders, and in the recognition of the skin manifestations of systemic (including internal malignancy) and infectious diseases. Dermatologists have special training in dermatopathology and in the surgical techniques used in dermatology. They also have expertise in the management of cosmetic disorders of the skin such as hair loss and scars, and the skin changes associated with aging.
Clinical & Laboratory Dermatological Immunology
A dermatologist who utilizes various specialized laboratory procedures to diagnose disorders characterized by defective responses of the body's immune system. Immunodermatologists also may provide consultation in the management of these disorders and administer specialized forms of therapy for these diseases.
Dermatopathology
A dermatopathologist has the expertise to diagnose and monitor diseases of the skin including infections, immunologic, degenerative, and neoplastic disease. This entails the examination and interpretation of specially prepared tissue sections, cellular scrapings, and smears of skin lesions by means of routine and special (electron and fluorescent) microscopes.
Pediatric Dermatology
A pediatric dermatologist has, through additional special training, developed expertise in the treatment of specific skin disease categories with emphasis on those diseases which predominate in infants, children and adolescents.