Our DermatologistsNYU UPN Dermatologists
- Roy G. Geronemus, M.D.
- Robert T. Anolik, M.D.
- Yoon-Soo Cindy Bae, M.D.
- Jeremy A. Brauer, M.D.
- Roy Seidenberg, M.D.
- Leonard J. Bernstein, M.D.
- Wilfred Brown, M.D., F.A.C.S.
- Ronald Shelton, M.D.
- Jessica J. Krant, M.D.
- Paul M. Friedman, M.D.
- Dana Stern, M.D.
- Elliot T. Weiss, M.D.
- Michelle F. Henry, M.D.
Fraxel Re:store Dual®New York City"s most experienced and comprehensive Fraxel laser program is at the Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York®. With 9 Fraxel laser systems, our experience is unmatched in New York and in the world. Our Fraxel laser systems include the Fraxel Dual, Fraxel Restore, Fraxel Re:Pair, Clear & Brilliant, Clear & Brilliant Permea devices. All of these devices underwent clinical development at our center and our physicians have published many articles on their work. Our physicians consult regularly with the Fraxel manufacturers in an effort to improve the technology and techniques.
The Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York® physicians utilize non- ablative (no wounding of the skin) and ablative (temporary wounding if the skin) Fraxel lasers for a variety of skin concerns including wrinkles, sun damage, acne scars , surgical scars, burns scars,unwanted pigmentation and melasma. The Fraxel procedures are performed with either topical anesthesia or local anesthesia. For some patients, general anesthesia is provided as an option.
All procedures at our center are performed by board certified physicians.
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In The News
- Newer lasers, older modalities find their niche for resurfacing (2014)
- Secret Weapon - Fraxel Dual - Robert T. Anolik, M.D., named Genius by ELLE mag (2013)
- 1927-nm Fractional resurfacing of facial actinic keratoses: A promising new therapeutic option (2012)
- Two's Company - Dr. Geronemus discusses the new Fraxel Dual laser (2011)
- Novel nonablative fractional laser shows promise for clearing actinic keratoses (2010)
Anolik R, Geronemus RG. Complications of Fractional Lasers (Ablative and Nonablative). In: Beer K, Tosti A, eds. Management of Common and Uncommon Complications of Cosmetic Procedures. Springer. 2012 -