Wednesday, May 22, 2024

The Expert in Skin Care and Mohs’ Surgery

Robert S. Bader, MD
R.S.B. Dermatology  

Dr. Robert Bader’s dermatology and cosmetic surgical practice 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: How can you treat unsightly brown spots?

A: We offer a prescription compound that is safe and works very well and only costs around $35, which is far less than most non-prescription products. We offer IPL treatments, which is a safe and effective treatment for those with a fair complexion.  

Q: What are the latest anti-aging treatments you provide?

A: Topical creams have come a long way for evening out skin tones, improving skin texture and reducing wrinkles.  We offer our line of clinically tested products that do what they state. The most popular anti-aging procedure is non-ablative fractional laser resurfacing, which improves scars and reduces wrinkles with no downtime and requires no anesthesia.  

Q: Can you get skin cancer without being a sun worshiper?

A: Absolutely! While squamous cell carcinoma is primarily caused by excessive sun exposure, both basal cell carcinoma and melanoma may be seen in areas that get little to no sun exposure, even though sun exposure is an independent risk factor for these types of cancer. There are many other types of skin cancer, which are uncommon, that are not sun related. Most skin cancers that we treat are found during routine skin cancer screenings, which is highly recommended. 

This sponsored content is from the February 2023 issue of Boca magazineFor more from this year’s Ask the Experts special section, click here.

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