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.
Skin Cancer is one of the most common cancers diagnosed in the United States. 1 in 5 Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer at one point in their lives. Let that sink in. Additionally, if you have had five or more sunburns in your life, you are DOUBLE the risk for melanoma. To read more click here.
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 longer period than ever before. To read more click here.
After a successful pilot meeting in October 2020, Dr. Graber will be directing two virtual Acne and Rosacea Meetings this year. To read more click here.
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. To read more click here.
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 injectable can be used to treat lipstick lines, parentheses lines, marionette lines, and the nasolabial folds. Juvederm can also be used to plump up lips, and it can even be helpful in reducing and erasing the appearance of certain scars. To read more click here.
Dysport is the commercial name for abotulinumtoxin A, which is a type of botulinum-based injection for wrinkles. To read more click here.
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. To read more click here.
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 of rejuvenating peel that contains the alpha hydroxyl acid known as glycolic acid. To read more click here.
Want to get rid of stubborn fat without leaving behind any embarrassing scars? CoolSculpting is the answer you’ve been looking for. CoolSculpting is a non-surgical and non-invasive body-sculpting procedure that can help you lose those inches and start wearing what you want without fear. To read more click here.
Dr. Graber at The Dermatology Institute of Boston is conducting a new clinical study for facial acne.
The study is for a new, FDA-cleared acne treatment called Sebacia Microparticles. The Sebacia Microparticles are used in conjunction with laser to help reduce facial acne.
Participants in the study must be 12 – 45 years old, with mild to moderate facial acne. If you participate, you will receive the Sebacia Microparticles and laser treatment sessions at no cost. To learn more, please contact: [email protected].
Dr. Graber at the Summer AAD in Chicago, lecturing in the “Advice from Experts” forum on “Achieving Optimal Results in Cosmetic Surgery”.
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This year, the American Academy of Dermatology is recognizing “Skin Cancer Heroes” — patients and survivors, the friends and loved ones who have helped and supported them, and the board-certified dermatologists who have detected and treated their skin cancer.
The Academy has numerous resources one can use to promote skin cancer awareness and the role board-certified dermatologists play in detecting and treating the most common cancer in the U.S.
In State College, PA, for grand rounds Dr. Graber spoke as the guest lecturer about how to “Fine Tune Your Acne Patient Encounter”.
Skin cancer is by far the most common of all cancers according to the American Cancer Society.
Melanoma accounts for only about 1 percent of skin cancers but causes a majority of its deaths. More than 91,000 new cases of melanoma are expected to be diagnosed in 2018, with 9,320 people predicted to die from it.
Melanoma is preventable!
We can do an exam to check for signs of skin cancer. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!
We are excited to announce that The Dermatology Institute of Boston Research Department will be participating in a Clinical Study on Rosacea
Dr. Graber attended the AAD Meeting, in February in in San Diego, California.
As an acne expert, she has been invited to give five lectures, where four were about acne treatment:
Since it is about a month prior to students spring break, we will be focusing on the importance of sunscreen. With the equipment to determine UV damages (courtesy of Impact Melanoma, MA) which can show the amount of damage the sun already done to one’s skin, we will invite the college students and staff to safely evaluate their condition. www.melanomaprevention.org
The Dermatology Institute of Boston wishes to thank you all for this great distinction.
Thanks to all of our wonderful patients and committed staff who have made The Dermatology Institute of Boston a TOP Boston Dermatology practice!
Lisa Statz and Ryan Shaw at a free skin cancer screening event today at Bain & Company
Dr. Graber served as Director of Cosmetic Bootcamp University on Saturday, November 11 in Boston. Thank you to the 50 plus physicians who attended this all day event!
Dr. Graber speaking at the Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference in Las Vegas on “Acne Update”.
We recently launched two new products expertly crafted by The Dermatology Institute of Boston specifically for acne prone skin!
Sick of harsh, drying cleansers and greasy, white sunscreens that cause breakouts? We developed two premier products to help keep your skin radiant and clear.
You can check more details at the Products pages.
The Dermatology Institute of Boston recommends that you have your skin checked once a year. To support melanoma detection, this month we have reserved appointments for skin cancer evaluations. Make sure you get your annual screening: it can be lifesaving! Do not hesitate to call our office today at 857.317.2057 to schedule your full skin exam!
For a limited time, The Dermatology Institute of Boston is offering Complimentary CoolSculpting® Consultations! Contact us now to schedule your consultation and get sculpted for Summer!
The Dermatology Institute of Boston Celebrates it’s one year anniversary!
Thank you to all of our wonderful patients and fabulous staff that have made this year a huge success!
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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.