Dr. Susan Bard, MD
(212) 427 - 8750
983 Park Ave, Ste 1D1 New York , NY 10028
Truly enjoyed my experience!
Miranda Butler on May 28, 2020
Dr. Bard is professional, patient, easy to talk to. She is understanding and compassionate during the procedure. Great staff. Recommend this amazing doctor and clinic!
Susan Bard, MD is a board certified general and procedural dermatologist with the American Board of Dermatology and a fellow of the American College of Mohs Surgery. Dr. Bard is a native of New York City. She received her medical degree from the State University of New York – Downstate, where she graduated top of her class and was elected to the prestigious national medical honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha. Following medical school she completed an internship in internal medicine at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City and a dermatology and cutaneous surgery residency at the University of Miami where she received extensive training in medical, pediatric, cosmetic and surgical dermatology. Dr. Bard also completed a clinical research fellowship in Pediatric Dermatology under the mentorship of Dr. Lawrence Schachner, department chairman at the University of Miami as well as a Procedural Dermatology Fellowship at Skin Laser and Surgery Specialists in New York where she further trained in Mohs micrographic surgery and reconstruction, as well as laser and cosmetic surgery. Dermatologist in NYC Dr. Bard has presented at several national conferences and has written numerous book chapters and articles published in many prominent peer-reviewed journals including: The Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology Archives of Dermatology Pediatric Dermatology Journal of Investigative Dermatology Her professional interests include Mohs micrographic surgery, as well as cosmetic and laser procedures and she has recently authored a textbook entitled “The Laser Treatment of Vascular Lesions”. Dr. Bard has a unique ability to set her patients at ease. Her warmth, compassion and delicate touch make her an ideal physician and surgeon for even the youngest or most apprehensive patient. Dr. Bard is licensed to practice medicine in the state of New York and Florida. Specializing in the field of Dermatology, Dr. Bard is prepared to care for patients with various skin, nail and hair disorders including acne, eczema, psoriasis, warts and skin cancer, among many others. Professional Memberships American Board of Dermatology American Academy of Dermatology American College of Mohs Surgery American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Manhattan Dermatology Specialists 55 W 17th St Ste 103, New York, NY 10011 (212) 378-9984 https://www.manhattandermatologistsnyc.com Manhattan Dermatology Specialists 983 Park Ave, Ste 1D1, New York, NY 10028 (212) 427-8750 https://www.manhattandermatologistsnyc.com Manhattan Dermatology Specialists 51 East 25th Street, Ste 411, New York, NY 10010 (212) 889-2402 https://www.manhattandermatologistsnyc.com
Botox in Manhattan
Botox is an injectable product derived from the botulinum toxin. While it stems from the same microbe that can give you botulism, it’s completely safe in its modified form when administered by a medical professional, such as your New York dermatologist. Approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) since 2002, Botox has helped thousands of men and women look better and feel better about themselves since then.Read More
Laser Skin Tightening
Have you ever wondered how to tighten loose skin? Laser skin tightening in Manhattan is a non-invasive technique used by trained dermatologists in NYC to dramatically improve the texture of your skin. Manhattan cosmetic dermatologists recommend having multiple sessions for a full treatment plan. The cost of the treatment is based on skin type, treatment area size, skin condition and number of treatments you need. Come see the Dermatology clinic in NYC and meet a top rated cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Bard. Skin Tightening Your skin requires attention to keep it looking and feeling healthy. Healthy skin is supple, clear and radiant. But as you age, your skin becomes drier, wrinkled and looser. How to tighten loose skin has been an age-old question. Today, you have some answers. In New York City, you can find many remedies to treat aging skin — from topical creams and chemical peels to plastic surgery. As an alternative to a facelift, laser skin tightening is an innovative and highly effective technique that reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. This treatment uses laser, radiofrequency or ultrasound to tighten and smooth your skin. The Benefits of Laser Skin Tightening With age, skin tends to sag or wrinkle in undesirable places. Visit a top Manhattan dermatology practice for a laser treatment. It can be performed on your face, arms and body. The benefits of a laser treatment include: Skin laxity improvement that also reduces wrinkles and fine lines Short downtime during recovery It’s a nonsurgical procedure More convenient than surgery Performed right in your dermatologist’s office Minimal risk or pain Continued improvement as time goes on FDA approved The laser treatment encourages the production of collagen within your skin. That’s how to tighten skin. Collagen is what keeps your skin supple and wrinkle-free, but its production slows as you age. Stimulating its growth means you get smoother, softer and healthier skin in the treated areas. Ideal CaRead More
Dermatologist in NYC Dr. Bard is an author of a book “The Laser Treatment of Vascular Lesions” knows what to look for and is best equipped to catch signs of cancer early. There are a number of treatment options available such as MOHS surgery, photodynamic surgery, cryotherapy, etc., specially if your dermatologist catches a spot in its pre-cancerous stages. Make your appointment at Manhattan Dermatology today and get the care you need in the safe, reassuring hands of award winning, the best dermatologist in NYC Dr. Bard. Skin Cancer Skin Cancer RemovalSkin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States, affecting close to one in five Americans in their lifetimes. The American Academy of Dermatology reports that nearly 8,500 people get diagnosed with the disease every day. Since 1982, the incidences of skin cancer in the U.S. have more than doubled. Skin cancer isn’t a disease that affects only people with light skin who stay out in the sun too long, although that population is at a higher risk. In fact, Caucasian men over the age of 50 have the highest risk of developing the devastating condition, while men 80 years old and older are three times more likely to get skin cancer than women of the same age. Younger Caucasian women are more likely than their male counterparts to get skin cancer. Usually, when people of color are diagnosed with the disease, it’s at a much later stage. On an average day in America, one person dies from melanoma every hour. In 2016, it’s predicted that 10,130 deaths will result from melanoma alone. All symptoms and skin findings should always evaluated with a thorough consultation and physical examination for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan in order to exclude any underlying serious condition. Varying Types of Skin Cancer The two most common types of skin cancer are squamous cell and basal cell cancers. These types of skin cancer typically appear on your face, head, arms, hands and neck, the areas that receive tRead More