Thursday, December 7, 2023

South Florida’s Medical Experts 2022: Robert S. Bader. MD

R.S.B. Dermatology 
1500 E. Hillsboro Blvd., Suite 204, Deerfield Beach 


Dr. Robert Bader’s dermatology practice, R.S.B. Dermatology, in Deerfield Beach offers comprehensive skin, hair, and nail treatments that include Mohs’ micrographic surgery, reconstructive surgery and dermatologic plastic surgery. Dr. Bader takes great pride in his versatile Ivy League training, board-certified expertise, and the personal connection he forges with his patients. Dr. Bader graduated from George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences with Distinction, completed an Internship at Yale-New Haven Hospital, served as Chief Resident in Dermatology at Hahnemann University, and completed a fellowship in Mohs’ and Dermatologic Plastic Surgery at Affiliated Dermatology, a program affiliated with Columbia University. 

Q. Some say that Mohs’ Surgery leaves a big scar. Is that true? 

A. Mohs’ micrographic surgery is a method of tumor removal, which removes the least amount of non-cancerous skin. The reconstruction after is largely responsible for how the area will look after the surgery. In some cases, leaving a wound to heal by itself can have a great outcome. 

Q. What is the popular non-ablative laser resurfacing treatment you perform? 

A. Unlike ablative lasers that burn holes into the skin and take time to heal, this laser heats columns of skin to reduce wrinkles, improve stretch marks, and/or improve scars with virtually no downtime. It is fairly comfortable and many patients do not even need to pre-medicate or use topical anesthesia. 

Q. What is truSculpt iD? 

A. The truSculpt iD procedure utilizes electricity to generate heat that destroys fat cells and tightens the skin. Six palm-sized areas can be treated in a 15-minute session anywhere on the body: abdomen, hips, thighs, buttocks, back, and the arms are the most popular sites treated. 

This post is part of the South Florida Medical Experts special advertising section from the September/October 2022 issue of Boca magazine. For more like this, click here to subscribe.

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