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Stings, Bites, Scrapes and Burns: How to Treat Your Skin This Summer

Despite the many joys of summer, it can be an assault on our skin. Check out these common summer skin maladies and tips to keep your skin happy this summer! As always, seek medical attention […]

What’s Hyperhidrosis?

Hyperhidrosis is defined as “excessive sweating”. It typically happens in the palms, soles, and armpits, or where sweat glands are present. It affects 3% of the US population. Men and women are equally affected, as […]

Winter Skin Trends

Everybody needs good skin care — from age 1 to 101. That’s why to help you keep your skin looking its best, this winter, the Dermatology Institute of Boston has prepared these safe skincare trends […]

Dermatologists Answer Common Questions About Bedbugs

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While there is no official bedbug season, as the weather gets colder and holiday travel begins, it is important to look out for potential bedbugs and their bites. Bedbugs are small, brown, oval-shaped, insects that […]

Acne Awareness

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Acne is an exceedingly common condition. Many people think that acne only affects teenagers but this is false – acne can affect adults as well. At our practice, we regularly see patients for treatment of […]

Chemical Peels are Back at Our Boston Location!


We are now offering chemical peels once again! The Dermatology Institute of Boston is proud to announce that we are offering three kinds of chemical peels: glycolic, salicylic acid, and Jessner’s. This is done to […]

Rosacea Awareness

Rosacea is a widespread inflammatory skin condition affecting many US individuals. The Dermatology Institute of Boston strives to educate people about this condition and help them communicate effectively with their doctor if they suspect they […]

Vitamin C in Skin Care: The Benefits and How to Incorporate It Into Your Routine

Vitamin C Good for Skin!

Vitamin C is a potent ingredient that can help you keep your skin looking soft, smooth, and radiant. Not only can vitamin C protect your skin from the damaging effects of UV light and free […]

Countering The Change

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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 […]

Acne and Rosacea Meeting

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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 […]

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Important Announcement

Dear Patients,

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.

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