MEET DR. NINA DESAI – MANHATTAN BEACH BOARD-CERTIFIED DERMATOLOGIST
Dr. Nina Desai isÂ a board-certified dermatologist specializing in all facets of dermatologyâ€”general, cosmetic, and pediatricâ€”closely and compassionately working with patients of all age ranges to develop individualized treatment plans. SheÂ follows a simple philosphy when it comes to her career: help all patients achieve healthy, beautiful skin so they can look and feel their very best every day.
Dr. Desai earned her MDÂ from Brown University and trained at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Medical Center in New York City where she was elected Chief Resident for the Department of Dermatology. Throughout her career, she has conducted dermatological research at Harvard University an
MEET DR. EDGAR FINCHER â€” BEVERLY HILLS COSMETIC SURGEON
Beverly Hills Dermatologist Dr. Edgar Fincher completed his dermatology residency at Stanford University, where he studied the mechanisms of skin wound healing. He then relocated to Los Angeles for a Fellowship in Mohs micrographic surgery, laser surgery, and cosmetic surgery. Along with Dr. Ronald Moy and Dr. Lisa Chipps, he is a co-founder of Moy-Fincher-Chipps in Los Angeles.Â By offering a wide range of treatments and the latest cutting-edge technology, Dr. Fincher is able to customize the ideal surgical treatment for the individual patient and provide a variety of laser techniques to ensure the ideal outcome following either cosmetic surgery or facial reconstruction after tumor remo
I WANNA BE SUBLATED – The World Tour
Sublative Rejuvenationâ„¢Â using eMatrixâ„¢ from Syneron is the newest technology to hit Dermatology and Plastic Surgery as the world’s first treatment powered solely by fractionated, bi-polar radio-frequency. Sublative technology is taking the facial rejuvenation world by storm with a novel treatment that works for all skin types and age groups for both women and men. What is unique about Sublative Rejuvenation is the energy used and how the energy is delivered through the skin. Sublative Rejuvenation uses fractionated bi