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MEET DR. JEFFREY FROMOWITZ MD, FAAD: BOCA RATON DERMATOLOGIST

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Posted by 09.02.18

Dr. Jeffrey Fromowitz is a leading dermatologist in the Boca Raton, FL area who provides a wide variety of care to patients.  His services include body contouring, laser treatments, tattoo removal, laser hair removal, skin cancer treatment, full body exams as well as treatment for psoriasis, eczema, rosacea and acne.

Dr. Fromowitz earned his Bachelors of Science in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. He then went on to attend the University Of Florida College of Medicine where he graduated first in his class. Following graduation, Dr. Fromowitz completed his internship in Internal Medicine at Shands Hospital and residency in dermatology and cutaneous s

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ACNE SCAR TREATMENT BREAKTHROUGH: PICOSURE LASER

Posted by 08.09.14

First came a nod for tattoo removal, and now Cynosure’s PicoSure laser has been green lighted to treat acne scars.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the laser system for helping to erase acne scars in early August. This same laser revolutionized tattoo removal when it was shown to eradicate greens, blues, and other hard-to-erase inks in fewer sessions than older lasers.

In the studies that paved the way for the new acne scar indication, 77% of people treated for acne scars achieved greater than 50% improvement according to their physician. PicoSure scored a 97% physician satisfaction rate at the 1-month follow-up, and this increased to 100% at the 3-month mark. And tho

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BODY INK

Posted by 03.13.09

How can I get rid of a tattoo I have had since college?

Tattoos are one of those spur of the moment things you tend to regret at some point down the road- except maybe if you’re a rocker or a biker babe. They are also not so easy to get rid of – but lasers are the answer.  Having a tattoo removed is much more expensive than getting it. Tattoo artists use heavy metals in their inks that can be resistant to many new laser technologies; for example, black has iron, blue has cobalt. The age of the tattoo and the ink that was used will factor in to how easy it is to obliterate – or not. The most commonly used lasers fall under the Q-switch category because of the short, high energy pul

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