Dermatology is the field of medicine dedicated to all diseases and problems of the skin, hair, nails and mucous membranes of the mouth and genitalia. Dermatologists train for at least four years after medical school, usually a year of general medicine followed by three years of dermatology. Dermatologic Physician Assistants have two years of formal training and in our practice at least one year of preceptership with a board-certified Dermatologist.
Dermatology at Princeton Medical Group
At Princeton Medical Group, our team of board certified dermatologists, and board certified physician assistants are skilled in the full compliment of dermatological services.
Our specialist offer consultation, diagnosis and treatment of common issues including acne, eczema, and dermatitis, as well as biopsy of questionable lesions on the skin. We also offer disease management to patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly, with acute and chronic skin diseases that cause terrible rashes, itching, blistering problems that can require sophisticated treatments such as light therapy and anticancer drugs.
Our dermatologists are also expert at various cosmetic procedures, including removal of benign lesions on the face and elsewhere, anti-aging treatments, leg vein injections, chemical peels, hair transplants, and acne scar revision.
What we treat
Conditions we commonly treat include:
- Toenail fungus
- Squamous cell cancer
- Basal cell skin cancer
Services we offer
Our services include, but are not limited to:
- Office Visits
- Acne Care (Adolescent and adult)
- Botox Injections
- Fillers (Juvederm, Restylane, Sculptra)
- Chemical Peels
- Dermatology Consultations
- Hair Transplant
- Ultraviolet Light Treatments (Narrow-band, UVB, PUVA)
- Minor Excisions
- Spider Vein Therapy
- Total Body Mole Mapping (Total Body Photography-FotoFinder)