Laser & Mohs Dermatology of NYC- Susan Bard, M.D.

Laser & Mohs Dermatology of NYC- Susan Bard, M.D.
51 East 25th Street, Ste 411
New York, NY 10010
Mon-Fri 8 a.m - 5 p.m
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As science progresses and medical intervention becomes more specific and targeted, you
benefit from less invasive techniques, decreased recovery time and a reduction in aftercare
issues. Your Manhattan dermatologist uses EVLA to target the underlying issues that cause your
varicose veins, giving you a greater chance for a permanent solution.
Medical dermatologist goes above and beyond his medical training to take additional years to
study pathology, which can take up to four extra years. Your regular dermatologist in NYC often
takes skin, hair and nail samples to send for testing to either develop or confirm a diagnosis.
Those samples are sent to a dermatologist.
One of the most common reasons for testing is to check for cancer. As a matter of fact, most
skin samples undergo cancer screening. The pathology specialist then provides your doctor with
the report, called a biopsy.
Mohs Surgeon: If your NYC dermatologist determines that you do indeed have skin cancer,
you’ll most likely be referred to a Mohs surgeon. These dermatology specialists have undergone
considerably more training to successfully remove cancers and provide you with reconstructive
surgery if necessary.
As with pathology, your medical dermatologist has received training in Mohs operations and
often may perform the procedures himself.
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