300 White Spruce Blvd
Rochester, NY 14623
Phone: (585) 424-6770
As part of Rochester Regional Health, Genesee Valley Dermatology & Laser Centre is upstate New York's premier provider of dermatological services. Offering the full range of general dermatology, laser, and cosmetic skin care services. From skin cancer screenings to reducing fine lines and wrinkles, the team has the expertise to treat both medical and esthetic conditions.
Genesee Valley Dermatology & Laser Centre Website
Are you supposed to use sunscreen in the winter? Is it bad for your skin to pop pimples? Dermatologist Dr. Nana Duffy was live on Facebook to help you answer commonly asked skin-care questions.
Linden Oaks Medical Campus
10 Hagen Drive, Suite 300
Rochester, NY 14625
Phone: (585) 922-9770
Everyone deserves to feel comfortable with their own skin. At the Center for Dermatology, we’re experts in restoring, enhancing and maintaining the skin you’re in – safely and successfully. In a warm, soothing atmosphere with the comforts of home, we offer the most advanced medical, surgical and cosmetic treatments available for a variety of blemishes and skin conditions.
7 Evans Street
Batavia, NY 14020
Phone: (585) 815-6735
Rochester Regional Health Dermatology in Batavia provides comprehensive dermatology and surgery services for adults and children.
1716 East Ridge Road
Rochester, NY 14622
Rochester Regional Health Dermatology in Irondequoit offers comprehensive dermatology and surgery services for all ages. Dr. Xenias and his staff offer the full range of general dermatology, laser, and cosmetic skin care solutions.
Three patients out of more than 30,000 tested in the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials experienced facial swelling at the site of their cosmetic filler injections.
The regular application of sunscreen is proven to decrease your risk of skin cancers and precancers and prevents premature skin aging. Here’s everything you need to know about sunscreen from dermatologist Dr. Nana Duffy.
Dry skin and cracked hands are more common during the COVID-19 outbreak because of more hand washing and hand sanitizing. Here are some tips to soothe your dry, cracked hands.