Dermatology

For our physician profiles — along with medical practice descriptions, contact information, hours, staff, and directions — please select one of our practice web sites listed below.

For more information, visit our department web site: Weill Cornell Dermatology.

Weill Cornell dermatologists provide world-class medical and surgical outpatient dermatologic care, with practices dedicated to both cosmetic and general dermatology. Patients are seen for common conditions such as acne, eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, rosacea, hair loss, warts, actinic keratoses, and common skin infections, as well as for more complex disorders, including vitiligo, genetic diseases that affect the skin, dermatological manifestations of systemic illnesses, and skin cancer.

The Dermatologic and Mohs' Micrographic Surgery Unit provides services and education in all aspects of surgery of the skin including excision surgery, cryosurgery, electrosurgery, laser surgery, and surgery for skin cancer, including Mohs' micrographic surgery.

The Sexually Transmitted Diseases Unit — in close collaboration with other departments providing care for these diseases — provides diagnostic and therapeutic services for sexually transmitted diseases involving the skin.

The Cosmetic And Laser Dermatology Unit provides comprehensive medical and surgical dermatologic services geared towards cosmetic problems, including laser dermatology, hair transplantation, chemical peels, dermabrasion, retinoid therapy, and the use of alpha-hydroxy acids.

The Pigmented Lesion Unit provides specialized care for patients with dysplastic nevi and/or malignant melanoma. This multispecialty unit consists of oncologic surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation therapists, pathologists, and experts in molecular medicine.