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Urban Dermatology Turns to Palomar Medical Technologies for its Vectus Hair Removal Laser Tool
Date:2/11/2013

Manhattan, NY (PRWEB) February 11, 2013

Doctor Elizabeth Goldberg, who founded Urban Dermatology several years ago, has a simple philosophy when it comes to running her practice, “patient satisfaction and providing quality treatment matters the most,” she said. Located in the heart of New York City’s trendy SOHO district, Urban Dermatology provides comprehensive medical, surgical and cosmetic care to its extremely discerning clientele.

“Technology plays an enormous role in the practice. It’s imperative that I embrace new technologies that have demonstrated clinical value to ensure I provide an exceptional patient-focused treatment,“ she said.

It’s no wonder that Urban Dermatology would turn to Palomar Medical Technologies, a global leader in laser- and light-based systems for aesthetic treatments, based in Burlington, MA, for its Vectus Laser™ to perform hair removal. The Vectus Laser is a great tool for high volume hair removal that uses optimized technology to provide fast, uniform, permanent hair reduction for on a wide variety of skin and hair types—without sacrificing comfort.

“Palomar’s laser tool is one of the best products on the market,” said Dr. Goldberg. “When working with the Vectus I know that the patient will be extremely satisfied with the outcome which in return keeps my patients coming back to me.”

When asked the best advice for an individual considering a laser treatment, Dr. Goldberg recommends that patients determine the level of experience of the dermatologist and his/her skill level. She also recommends visiting the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery websites for the most accurate information on the latest treatments.

Doctor Goldberg is not only committed to her patients, but she also supports many local charities in the area including the AAD’s Shade Structure grant program that awards grants to public schools and nonprofits for installing permanent shade structures outdoors that are not currently protected from the sun. She also supports SOHO Partnership, a nonprofit that enables homeless men and women to re-enter the workforce and achieve long-term economic self-sufficiency and Facing History, a program that focuses on education to combat bigotry and prejudice.

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