Medical & Cosmetic Dermatologist in Spring Lake Heights, NJ
Let a Dermatologist Take Care of Your Skin
Everyone wants to be comfortable in his or her own skin. That’s really the essence of our practice at Dr. Philip LoBuono General & Cosmetic Dermatology. Maybe being comfortable in your own skin means addressing health issues such as skin cancer, acne, or skin inflammations with our medical dermatological expertise.
Or maybe it’s seeking to look your best and regain some of your youthful glow with our cosmetic dermatology procedures. From Botox and dermal filler injections to skin rejuvenation, laser treatments, and resurfacing procedures, we have extensive expertise in the procedures and products that can help you turn back the clock and fight the effects of aging on your skin.
Trust Dr. LoBuono, with his 30+ years as a dermatologist, and his experienced, caring staff to provide you with the finest skin care in all of Monmouth County, New Jersey!
Philip LoBuono, M.D
Philip LoBuono, M.D. is a board-certified dermatologist by the American Academy of Dermatology.
He specializes in medical and cosmetic dermatology and has been in practice for more than 30 years.Dr. LoBuono is dedicated to providing his patients with exceptional medical care when treating skin cancer, acne, and inflammatory skin conditions. He also provides comprehensive knowledge and care in cosmetic dermatology procedures including Botox, dermal fillers, skin rejuvenation, laser treatments, and resurfacing procedures.
Dr. LoBuono is an assistant professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Columbia Presbyterian Medical School in New York City. Dr. LoBuono is the author of five peer-reviewed journal articles. He and his wife, Charlotte, live in Allenhurst, New Jersey.
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