As of March 20, 2020 we are no longer seeing patients in our office due to COVID-19. We are happy to continue caring for you during these uncertain times. We are now offering remote appointments for new and established patients although we will no longer be able to see you in person. For some patients, an in person visit is best, but if you feel that your concern could be addressed online, this may be a convenient option for you.
Click here to see the original article. With life expectancy at an all-time high, more women are dealing with the skin concerns that accompany and follow menopause—including dry and thinning skin, wrinkling and laxity—for a […]
After a successful pilot meeting in October 2020, Dr. Graber will be directing two virtual Acne and Rosacea Meetings this year. These virtual meetings will be held May 11 and October 15, 2021 and will […]
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that affects the face. It is usually marked by flushing or redness of the face and can also exhibit pimples, red bumps, or telangiectasia, a.k.a visible blood vessels. […]
At The Dermatology of Institute of Boston, our staff loves to make a difference in the community…Even when that community is thousands of miles away! Nurse practitioner Cindy Sershen recently volunteered in Guatemala at a […]
Juvederm is an injectable hyaluronic-acid-gel dermal filler designed to add volume to the face and reduce the appearance of moderate to severe wrinkles. Juvederm can be injected into multiple areas of the face. This FDA-approved […]
Lines and wrinkles on the forehead can be signs of aging, as well as symptoms of the skin losing its elasticity. With the advancements in cosmetic treatments available today, these imperfections are actually quite simple […]
Rosacea is a common skin condition that appears in the form of facial redness, flushing and pimple type bumps. Rosacea can occur in men and women and it often starts in adulthood. While it isn’t […]
During a chemical peel, professionally applied acids are used to treat the facial skin by removing the outermost layer, triggering regeneration of new facial tissues for healthier skin. A glycolic peel is a popular type […]
Our goal here at The Dermatology of Institute of Boston is protect the health of our patients and staff. To continue caring for our patients during these uncertain times, while strictly adhering to the guidelines set by the CDC, we will be only offering virtual consultations. For some patients, an in person visit is best, but if you feel that your concern could be addressed online, this may be a convenient option for you.