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Dr. Ross Kaplan Voted the Number One Dermatologist in Ventura County
Date:9/25/2013

Camarillo, CA (PRWEB) September 25, 2013

Camarillo area dermatologist Ross Kaplan, M.D., director of the Coastal Dermatology Medical & Cosmetic Center, was recently voted as the top Dermatologist in Ventura County by a reader’s poll in the Ventura County Reporter. Dr. Kaplan is proud that the patients he treats recognize his expertise and professionalism. Dr. Kaplan is committed to his patient’s satisfaction, as well as serving the community, which makes this recognition all the more important to him.

Dr. Kaplan focuses on keeping his patients’ skin healthy so that they look and feel their best. To that aim, his practice offers Medical Dermatological services including skin cancer screening and prevention, treatment for skin cancer, and Mohs micrographic surgery. The menu of cosmetic dermatology services includes Ultherapy to lift and tighten the face & neck, eMatrix for improving skin texture and acne scars, Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) for removing sun damage, chemical peels, laser hair reduction, CoolSculpting non-surgical fat reduction, Botox, Juvederm/Belotero fillers and more.

“I appreciate being voted #1 in the VC Reporter,” says Dr. Kaplan, “I feel grateful to live and practice in such a great community.”

Cosmetic consultations with Dr. Kaplan or the trained staff of Coastal Dermatology are always free of charge. Dr. Kaplan attributes his recognition to sustained patient satisfaction and a consistency of high-quality treatment.

Dr. Ross Kaplan is a board-certified dermatologist whose interest in cutting edge laser technology and therapy has made his practice, Coastal Dermatology, the most advanced in the area. He trained in lasers at Harvard’s prestigious Wellman Laser Laboratory. Dr. Kaplan is one of a select group of doctors invited to join Allergan’s National Exchange Forum. This group is comprised of nationally renowned thought leaders in facial aesthetics. He trains other doctors in his office for the use of Botox, facial fillers, lasers, and other skin rejuvenation treatments.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11153762.htm.


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