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New Year New You – With Noninvasive & Minimally Invasive Fat Loss

January 10th, 2022

“New Year New You” Noninvasive & Minimally Invasive Fat Loss   The ball just dropped in NYC and people are already breaking their New Year’s resolutions. Many people plan to start a fat loss regimen and get in better shape early in the New Year. However, busy NYC residents often simply don’t have the time […]

How Can I Drop a Dress Size Before My Wedding?

June 19th, 2021

How to Drop a Dress Size (or More!) Before Your Wedding – With more than 50% of New Yorkers vaccinated, life is finally returning to normal in Manhattan. And this means that many couples who were forced to postpone their weddings are now excitedly planning their nuptials. Almost every woman dreams of looking like a […]

Winter Newsletter

January 19th, 2018

OUT WITH THE OLD, IN WITH THE NEW YOU! A new year is upon us, bringing the excitement of a fresh start and – for many of us – a list of resolutions. Whether your goal is to tone up or take better care of your skin, Goldenberg Dermatology in New York can help make […]

Types of Skin Cancer – Dr. Gary Goldenberg

May 4th, 2016

As the largest organ, the skin plays in important role in protecting your body, controlling your internal temperature, and balance of water, vitamins, or minerals. It is essential to take proper care of your skin because exposure to sun and UV can potentially lead to skin cancer. Skin cancer is a disease in which malignant […]

Common Misconceptions about Botox

March 31st, 2016

Since its appearance on the aesthetic medicine scene, Botox has skyrocketed in popularity to become the single-most requested rejuvenating procedure in the United States. With over 6.6 million treatments reported a year, Botox and other botulinum toxin type A-based injectables (Dysport and Xeomin) eclipse both surgical and non-surgical treatments. Despite its wide use, there are […]

What is Rosacea?

January 26th, 2016

People often wonder what exactly rosacea is. The simple answer is: rosacea is a chronic skin condition that appears most often on the face causing the skin to turn red and making it vulnerable to pimples and bumps. However, in certain cases, it can spread to the scalp, eyes and chest and may even make […]

3 ways to decrease dry skin

January 18th, 2016

3 ways to decrease dry skin: 1. Add moisture to your skin: Using a moisturizer regularly is one of the most important steps in restoring your skin’s moisture balance. It’s important to moisturize daily, and for those with dry skin or eczema, twice daily. Any moisturizer is better than doing nothing. But when given a […]

Top 5 ways to prevent wrinkles

January 17th, 2016

Top 5 ways to prevent wrinkles: 1. Sun protection: Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is one of the biggest causes of wrinkles and skin aging.  UV rays cause the superficial part of the skin (epidermis) to thin and become cigarette paper like. The dermis (middle later of the skin) may develop brown spots, decrease in collagen (which […]

3 ways to decrease risk of skin cancer

January 17th, 2016

3 ways to decrease risk of skin cancer: 1. Sun protection: Sun protection is most important to prevent and decrease the risk of skin cancer. This is accomplished in several ways. Sun avoidance, such as walking on the shaded side of the street, avoiding mid-day sun, and using an umbrella at the beach are important. […]

5 treatment options for adult female acne

January 17th, 2016

5 treatment options for adult female acne: Acne was always thought of as a disease that mainly effects teenagers. But in the past decade the fastest growing segment of population with acne is adult women. Some of these patients never had acne as teenagers, only to develop it in their 20’s and 30’s. It’s unclear […]