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Dermatologic Care for Everyone’s Skin

Your skin is your body’s largest organ, but its care is often overlooked. The average person is covered in 20 square feet of skin, and it’s time to give that skin the care it deserves. From general dermatology services for people of all colors to cosmetic and laser treatments, the team at Rochester Regional Health’s Dermatology Program has you covered.
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Our Conditions and Treatments

  • Laser Skin Treatments

    The Dermatology team at Rochester Regional Health has the largest number of laser devices in the region and has spent many years training and learning how to wield them for maximum results. From tattoo and hair removal to wrinkle and wart treatments, look no further!

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  • Skin Cancers

    We may be lucky to live in a cloudier city than many, but skin cancer doesn’t care. One of the leading and deadliest cancers, the sun’s ultraviolet rays can reach you even on cloudy days. Learn more about skin cancer risks, prevention, and how our team can support you through treatment options.

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  • Eczema

    There are more than 31 million people in America with eczema and the irritated or inflamed skin that comes with it. If the symptoms of eczema are slowing you down, Rochester Regional Health's expert dermatologists will work to reduce your itching, prevent infection, and keep your skin moist.

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  • Botox & Fillers

    Addressing signs of aging is safe and efficient with Botox and dermal fillers. Whatever your cosmetic goal, fillers can help with wrinkles and lines between your eyebrows, on your forehead, nose, jaw, and chin. Schedule a consultation and let our expert providers find the right filler for you.

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  • Wrinkles

    We can’t always control whether we wrinkle or not (hello, smile lines!), but we can combat those pesky lines. If you are battling against fine lines, a troublesome skin texture, or sagging skin, our team will help you find the right treatment option for your life.

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  • Acne

    Acne is an incredibly common skin condition that affects people of all races and ages. Thankfully, it is treatable, especially with the help of a knowledgeable dermatologist. If you or a loved one are struggling with pesky pimples, oily skin, or acne scars, our knowledgeable team will find a personalized treatment for you and your clear skin goals.

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Skin Care Close to Home

From the beautifully redesigned Genesee Valley Dermatology to our locations sprinkled throughout Rochester and Western New York, we’re happy to meet you where you need our help. No skin concern is too big or too small, and we cannot wait to meet you and your skin.

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Meet Our Team

Our board-certified, fellowship-trained dermatologists, are focused on patient-centered skincare. Our extensive experience allows us to offer diverse care for people of every skin type, color, and need throughout our community. We embrace the needs of Rochester and the Finger Lakes region, proudly serving anyone who walks through our doors.

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Plastic Surgery

If you are thinking of going the cosmetic or reconstructive surgical route, our Plastic Surgeons will work closely with you to develop a treatment approach that redefines the way you look and feel, helping you feel more confident than ever before.

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Taking Care of Your Skin Health

We are here to take care of your skin health–all of it. The best care starts with preventive measures–a full skin exam where we take a comprehensive look at your skin and address any issues we find.
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