Local Dermatology Group Offers Latest Medical Developments
Keeping pace with the very latest developments in laser technology has made Advanced Dermatology in Fresh Meadows the most comprehensive skin care center in all of Manhattan and Long Island.
Advanced Dermatology in Fresh Meadows offers its patients a choice of seven different laser devices. “A patient can be treated for a full range of skin problems, from tattoos to port wine stains to age spots to wrinkles,” said Dr. Joshua L. Fox, founder of Advanced Dermatology.
“We are a premier dermatology group practice…on the cutting edge of scientific and medical developments,” Dr. Fox added.
Using the most innovative procedures, the dermatologists atAdvanced Dermatology P.C. and The Center for Laser and Cosmetic Surgery under the direction of Dr. Fox, regularly performs a variety of cosmetic skin surgeries, chemical peels and hair transplants, as well as many lesser known but highly effective treatments.
For example, a new treatment introduced earlier this year eliminates lip wrinkles by tracing the lip line with a fine laser. The results are almost immediate, with many patients requiring just one treatment.
Another procedure still in the preliminary stages, but being pioneered on the east coast byAdvanced Dermatology P.C. and The Center for Laser and Cosmetic Surgery is the removal of stretch marks by the pulsed-dye vascular process.
The Center’s hydrabath unit aids in the treatment of psoriasis, and is the only unit of its type in this area capable of treating the scalp when affected by this condition.
The professionals at Advanced Dermatology recommend annual skin cancer screening and have been appointed as regional coordinators by the American Academy of Dermatology.
The Center is fully-equipped to diagnose and treat skin cancer. The convenient on-site lab enables the patient to receive immediate pathology results after the biopsy is performed.
“We offer a special type of surgery for skin cancer patients called MOHS Surgery. This type of surgery has the highest cure rate for skin cancer,” said Dr. Fox. This microscopic surgery is the most tissue-sparing technique available today.