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Dr. Goldberg’s Academic Publications

Predicting Migraine Responsiveness to Botulinum Toxin Type A Injections

A new study has been released that proves Botulinum Toxin Type A, better known as BOTOX®, may help patients who suffer from migraines. The study found that BOTOX® can help those who have imploding and ocular migraines, specifically. The study was co-authored by Dr. Wee, an associate of Dr. David Goldberg of Skin Laser & Surgery Specialists of New York and New Jersey. By injecting BOTOX® into the muscles of the brow, eyes, forehead, side of the head, and back of the head, the cosmetic injectable significantly reduced migraine frequency, severity, and associated vomiting.

Clinical, Laboratory, and MRI Analysis of Cellulite Treatment with a Unipolar Radiofrequency Device.

Cellulite is seen in more than 85% of postpubertal women. Recent studies show that bipolar radiofrequency and low-level laser devices can produce mild skin tightening of cellulite. The primary objective was to determine if a novel unipolar, more deeply penetrating, radiofrequency device can promote better skin tightening with fewer treatments than is seen with previously described devices. The secondary objective was to determine if such a deeply penetrating device produced undesired effects on lipid metabolism.

The Use of Photodynamic Therapy in Dermatology: Results of a Consensus Conference

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) has significant promise in improving outcomes of patients with a variety of cutaneous conditions. A group of experts, including Dr. Goldberg, met to review the principles, indications, and clinical benefits of PDT using ALA. The experts established consensus statements for pretreatment, post-treatment, ALA contact time, light sources, and numbers of sessions associated with ALA PDT for actinic keratosis and superficial basal cell carcinoma, photorejuvenation and cosmetic enhancement, acne, sebaceous skin, rosacea, and rhinophyma. They based consensus recommendations on their clinical experience and the medical literature.

Use of phosphatidylcholine for the correction of lower lid bulging due to prominent fat pads

Orbital fat tissue, while important in protecting the eye, can protrude during aging, making a patient look tired’. Surgical correction, although traditionally the treatment of choice, can lead to scarring. Phosphatidylcholine (PPT) has been shown to reduce the size of these fat pads after direct injection. The compound, licensed in Europe for intravenous treatment of fat embolism, has recently gained interest for reducing localized fat by subcutaneous injection. However, there is a dearth of clinical data relating to efficacy and side effects.

Acne scar correction using calcium hydroxylapatite in a carrier-based gel

This study sought to determine the efficacy and safety profile of calcium hydroxylapatite filler in the treatment of acne scars.

Effect of temperature-controlled cooling on light-based skin treatments

A consideration of skin cooling requires an evaluation of both body and skin temperatures.

Past, present and future: Vascular lasers / light devices

Vascular lasers were among the first available cutaneous light-based technologies. The past 20 years have seen a variety of safe and effective laser and light-based vascular treatment devices. This article provides a review of the medical and scientific literature, which concludes that newer lasers have led to increasing success and safety in the treatment of cutaneous vascular lesions.

Laser removal of pigmented and vascular lesions

The purpose of this review article is to present the current treatment options for the common aesthetic complaints of pigmented and vascular lesions.

Analysis of Ultraviolet B Laser and Light Source Treatmeant

Lasers and light sources emitting ultraviolet B (UVB) irradiation have been shown to repigment striae distensae.

Ultrastructural changes seen after ALA-IPL photorejuvenation: A pilot study

Intense pulsed light (IPL) treatment currently represents one of the most popular non-ablative photodamage skin treatments. Recent anecdotal evidence suggests that aminolevulinic acid (ALA) photodynamic therapy using IPL as a light source is superior to IPL alone for photorejuvenation.

Treatment of terminal and vellus non-pigmented hairs with an optical/ bipolar radiofrequency energy source-with and without pre-treatment using topical aminolevulinic acid

Effective laser hair removal of pigmented hairs can be accomplished with a variety of melanin absorbing wavelengths. Such effective systems include 694-1064-nm laser systems and a variety of light based technologies. An alternative approach, albeit experimental in nature has been to pre-treat unwanted hair with a light-absorbing photosensitizer and/or photo-absorbing agent. Topically applied aminolevulinic acid has been shown to promote photoepilation.

Clinical, histologic and electron microscopic findings after injection of a calcium hydroxylapatite filler

Evaluation of the clinical, histologic and electron microscopic ultra-structural changes seen with CaHa (Radiesse) at 1 and 6 months after skin injection.

Multicenter Study of Noninvasive Radiofrequency for Periorbital Tissue Tightening

This 6-month study evaluated the efficacy and safety of treatment with a nonablative radiofrequency (RF) device.

Nonablative Facial Remodeling

A variety of nonablative lasers have been used to improve skin color and toning. Evidence of new collagen has been seen. Using blinded observer analysis of electron microscopic changes, we have documented the effect of a nonablative Nd:YAG laser on collagen production and its relationship to patient age.

Noninvasive Cosmetic Treatments for the Aging Face

This article reviews several noninvasive cosmetic treatments for the aging face that may be effective alternatives for patients who wish to avoid surgery.

Non-Ablative Laser Treatment of Facial Rhytides

Non-ablative dermal remodeling has been shown to create new dermal collagen. This is thought to occur secondary to a laser-induced effect in the skin. Such procedures are cosmetically elegant.

1. Felig, P, Sherwin, RS, Goldberg, DJ et al: Hormonal Interactions in the regulation of blood glucose. Recent Prog Horm, Res., 35:322, 327, 1979.
2. Goldberg, DJ, Walskey, M, Sherwin, RS: Effect of somatostatin on the plasma amino acid response to ingested protein in man. Metabolism 28:866-890, 1979.
3. Goldberg, DJ: Amelanotic Melanoma Presenting as Bowen’s Disease, J Derm Surg Oncol 9:902-904, 1983.
4. Goldberg, DJ, Bystryn, J-C: Regional variation in the expression of Bullous Pemphigoid Antigen in Human Skin. J. Inv Derm 80:354-356, 1983.
5. Goldberg, DJ, Bystryn, J-C: Regional variation in the expression of Bullous Pemphigoid Antigen and Location of Lesions in Bullous Pemphigoid. J. Inves Derm 82:326-331, 1984.
6. Goldberg, DJ: Multiple Vulvar Basal Cell Carcinomas. J Derm Surg Oncol 10:615-617, 1984.
7. Goldberg, DJ, Sabolinski, M, Bystryn, J-C: Human skin as a substrate for indirect immunofluorescent testing in Bullous Pemphigoid. Arch Derm 121:1137-1140, 1985.
8. Sarnoff, DS, Goldberg, DJ, Greenspan, AH, Albom, MJ: Multiple Pyogenic Granuloma-like lesions following hair transplantation. J Derm Surg Oncol 11:32-34, 1985.
9. Goldberg, DJ, Kechijian, P, Schinella, RS: Early onset hypopigmentation in Mycosis Fungoides. Am J Dermatopath 8:326-331, 1986.
10. Goldberg, DJ: Melanonychia Striata. J Derm Surg Oncol 12: 188-189, 1986.
11. Goldberg, DJ, Robins, P: Subungual Squamous Cell Carcinoma Treated by Mohs Surgery in a patient with Sarcoidosis. J Derm Surg Oncol 12:972-974, 1986.
12. Kopf, AW, Geronemus, R, Sanchez, M, Natow, A, Grossman, D, and Goldberg, D: Derm Rx: A Computer Aid to the Management of Diseases of the skin. Derm Clinics 4:589-598, 1986.
13. Goldberg, DJ, Schinella, RS, Kechijian, P: Hypopigmented Mycosis Fungoides: Speculation about the Mechanism of Hypopigmentation. Amer J. Dermatopath 8:326-328, 1986.
14. Schwartz, RA, Goldberg, DJ, Mahmoud, F, DeJager, RL Lambert, WC, Najem, AZ and Cohen, PJ: The Muir-Torre Syndrome: a disease of sebaceous and colonic neoplasms. Dermatological 178:23-28, 1989.
15. Bickley, LK, Goldberg, DJ, Imesda, S, Lambert, WC, and Schwartz, RA: Multiple apocrine hydrocystomas treated by CO2 laser surgery. J Derm Sur Oncol 15:599-602, 1989.
16. Goldberg, DJ: Laser Surgery of the Skin. Am Family Phys 40:109-116, 1989.
17. Goldberg, DJ and Maso, M: Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans in a Child – Treatment by Mohs Micrographic Surgery. Ped Derm 7:57-59, 1990.
18. Janniger, C and Goldberg, DJ: Angiofibromas in Tuberous Sclerosis: Comparison of Treatment by Carbon Dioxide and Argon Laser. J Derm Sur Oncol 16:317-320, 1990.
19. Maso, MJ and Goldberg, DJ: Contact dermatoses from disposable glove use: A review. J Amer Acad Dermatol 23:733-737, 1990.
20. Goldberg, DJ: Squamous Cell Carcinoma Arising in a Site of Chronic Osteomyelitis. Treatment with Mohs Micrographic Surgery. J Derm Sur Oncol. 12:788-790, 1991.
21. Goldberg, DJ, Sciales, C: Pyogenic Granuloma in Children: Treatment with the Pulsed tunable Dye Laser. J Derm Surg Oncol 12:960-962, 1991.
22. Goldberg, DJ, Schwartz, RA: Basal Cell Carcinoma: Cosmetic Mutilation Following Incomplete Excision. Can J Derm. 3:162-169, 1991.
23. Goldberg, DJ, Nychay S: Nevus of OTA, Treatment with Q-Switched Ruby Laser. J Derm Surg Oncol. 18:817-821,1992.
24. Goldberg, DJ: Dermatologic Cosmetic Laser Surgery, J. Cosm Surg 9:281-288, 1992.
25. Goldberg, DJ, Kim YA: Angiosarcoma of the Skin: Treatment with Mohs Micrographic Surgery. J Derm Surg Oncol. 19:156-160, 1993.
26. Goldberg, DJ: Q-Switched Ruby Laser Treatment of Benign Pigmented Lesions of the Skin. J. Derm Surg Oncol 19: 251-253 1993.
27. Kilmer, SL, Wheeland, RG, Goldberg, DJ, Anderson, R: Treatment of epidermal pigmented lesions with the frequency doubled Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser. Arch Derm. 130:1515-1519, 1994.
28. Goldberg, DJ, Nychay S. Q-Switched Ruby Laser Treatment of Congenital Nevi. Arch Dermatol 131:621-623, 1995.
29. Spicer, MS, Goldberg, DJ. Lasers in Dermatology. J. Amer Acad Dermatol 1:1-25, 1996.
30. Goldberg, DJ, Marcus, J. The Use of the Frequency-Doubled Q-switched Nd:YAG Laser in the Treatment of Small Cutaneous Vascular Lesions. Derm Surg. 22:841-844, 1996.
31. Goldberg, DJ, Nychey, SG, Schwartz, RA. Bilateral Axillary Extramammary Paget’s Disease Treated with Mohs Micrographic Surgery. Chrom. Derm. 6:659 – 667, 1996.
32. Goldberg, DJ, Schwartz, RS. Mycosis Fungoides Palmaris Et Plantaris: Successful Treatment with the Carbon Dioxide. Laser. Br J. Dermatol. 136:617-619, 1997.
33. Teikameyer, G, Goldberg, DJ. Skin Resurfacing with the Er:YAG Laser Derm. Surg. 23:685-87, 1997.
34. Goldberg, DJ, Whitworth, J. Laser Skin Resurfacing with the Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser. Derm. Surg. 23:903-07, 1997.
35. Goldberg, DJ. Littler, K, Wheeland, RG. Topical Suspension Assisted Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser Hair Removal. Derm. Surg. 23:741-45, 1997.
36. Goldberg, DJ. Physician-Patient Confidentiality: Legal and Ethical Implications in the Setting of Basal Cell Nevus Syndrome. Derm. Surg. 23:1095-97, 1997.
37. Goldberg, DJ. Various mechanisms of laser hair removal. Cosmet Dermatol 10:36-38, 1997
38. Goldberg, DJ and Meine J. Photoaged Neck Skin: Treatment with the Erbium YAG Laser. Derm. Surg. 24: 619-621, 1998
39. Goldberg, DJ and Meine J. Treatment of facial telangiectases with a diode laser. Derm Surg. 24: 916-918, 1998
40. Goldberg. DJ. Er:YAG Laser Resurfacing: What is its role? Aes Surg J.18:255-260, 1998.
41. Polnikorn N, Goldberg DJ, Suwanchinda A, Ng, SW. Er:YAG Laser Resurfacing in Asians. Derm Surg. 24: 1303-1307, 1998
42. Shriner DL, McCoy DK, Goldberg DJ. Mohs Micrographic Surgery. J. Am Acad Dermatol. 39: 98-106, 1998
43. Goldberg DJ and Metzler C. Skin Resurfacing Utilizing a Low-Fluence Nd: YAG Laser. J Cut Las Ther. 1:23-27, 1999
44. Goldberg, DJ. Unwanted Hair: Evaluation and Treatment with Lasers and Light Source Technology. Adv. Derm. 14: 223-248, 1999.
45. Goldberg DJ and Meine J. A Comparison of Four Frequency-Doubled Nd:YAG (532nm) Laser Systems for the Treatment of Facial Telangiectases. Dermatol Surg 25: 463-67, 1999
46.Goldberg DJ and Cutler KB. The Use of the Erbium:YAG Laser for the Treatment of Class III Rhytids. Derm Surg 25: 713-715, 1999
47.Goldberg DJ. Non-ablative subsurface remodeling: Clinical and histologic evaluation of a 1320-nm Nd:YAG laser. J Cut Las Ther 1:153-57, 1999
48.Goldberg DJ and Akhami R. Evaluation Comparing Multiple Treatments With a 2-msec and 10-msec Alexandrite Laser for Hair Removal. Las Surg Med 25: 223-28, 1999
49.Goldberg DJ. Subdermal Resurfacing. Oper. Tech. in Oculoplst, Orbital, and Reconstruct Surg. 2:188-93, 1999
50.Goldberg DJ and Samady J. Evaluation of a Long-Pulse Q-switched Nd:YAG Laser for Hair Removal. Derm Surg, 26:109-113, 2000
51.Goldberg DJ and Cutler KB. Non-ablative Treatment of Rhytids with Intense Pulsed Light. Lasers Surg Med. 26:196-200, 2000
52. Goldberg DJ. Congenital and acquired pigmented lesions: to treat or not to treat with lasers? Derm Ther 13: 60-68, 2000
53.Goldberg, DJ. Laser Treatment of Vascular Lesions. Clin Plas Surg. 27: 173- 180, 2000
54.Goldberg, DJ. Nonablative Resurfacing. Clin Plas Surg. 27: 287-292, 2000
55.Polnikorn N, Tanrattanakorn S, Goldberg DJ. Treatment of Hori’s Nevus with the Q-switched Nd:YAG Laser. Derm Surg, 26:477-480, 2000
56. Pozner JM and Goldberg DJ. Histologic Effect of a Variable Pulsed Er:YAG Laser. Derm. Surg. 26:733-736, 2000
57. Goldberg DJ. Medicolegal Issues for the Dermatologist. Sem Cut Med Surg. 19: 181-88, 2000
58. Goldberg DJ. Full-Face, Nonablative Dermal Remodeling with a 1320nm Nd:YAG Laser. Derm Surg 26: 915-19, 2000
59. Goldberg DJ. New Collagen Formation After Dermal Remodeling with an Intense Pulsed Light Source. J Cut Las Ther. 2:58-61, 2000.
60. Goldberg DJ. Is Non-Ablative Laser Skin Resurfacing Really Effective? Cosm Dern 13:28-30, 2000
61. Goldberg DJ, Samady J. Comparison of Intense Pulsed Light and Nd:YAG Laser for Non-ablative Treatment of Facial Rhytids. Las Surg Med. 28: 141-44, 2001
62. Histologic Evaluation of a Millisecond Nd:YAG Laser for Hair Removal Las Surg Med. 28: 159-61,2001
63. Goldberg DJ, Samady J. Comparison of Intense Pulsed Light and Nd:YAG Laser for Non- ablative Treatment of Facial Rhytids. Las Surg Med. 28: 141-44, 2001
64. Goldberg DJ and Silapunt S Histologic Evaluation of a Millisecond Nd:YAG Laser for Hair Removal Las Surg Med. 28: 159-61,2001
65. Goldberg DJ and Silapunt S. Hair Removal Using a Long-pulsed Nd:YAG Laser: Comparison at Fluences of 50, 80 and 100 J/cm2. Dermatol Surg 27: 434-436, 2001
66. Goldberg DJ. Nd:YAG Laser Treatment of Spider Veins. Cosmet Dermatol 14: 35-38, 2001
67. Goldberg DJ and Silapunt S. Histologic Evaluation of a Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser in the Nonablative Treatment of Wrinkles. Dermatol Surg. 27:744-46, 2001
68. Goldberg DJ and Silapunt S. Hair Removal with a combined light/heat based photoepilation system. J Cut Las Ther. 3:3-7, 2001
69. Rogachefsky AS, Silapunt S and Goldberg DJ. Evaluation of a super long pulse 810-nm diode hair removal in suntanned individuals. J Cut Las Ther. 3:57-62, 2001
70. Goldberg DJ. Nd:YAG Laser Treatment of Spider Veins. Scope Phlebol Lymphol. 8: 284-88, 2001
71. Goldberg DJ, Rogachefsky AS and Silapunt S. Non-Ablative Treatment of Facial Rhytides: A Comparison of 1450nm Diode Laser Treatment with Dynamic Cooling as Opposed to Treatment with Dynamic Cooling Alone. Las Surg Med 30:79-81, 2002
72. Rogachefsky AS, Silapunt S, Goldberg DJ. Nd:YAG Laser (1064nm) Irradiation for Lower Extremity Telangiectases and Small Reticular Veins: Efficacy as Measured by Vessel Color and Size. Dermatol Surg 28: 220-223. 2002
73. Goldberg DG. Laser Treatment of Congenital Nevi. Cos Dermatol 15: 25-27, 2002
74. Rogachefsky AS, Silapunt S and Goldberg DJ. Evaluation of a New Super-Long-Pulsed 810nm Diode Laser for the Removal of Unwanted Hair: The Concept of Thermal Damage Time. Dermatol Surg 28:410-14, 2002
75. Spencer JM, Gordon M and Goldberg DJ. Botulinum B treatment of the glabellar and frontalis regions: a dose response analysis. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 4:19-23, 2002
76. Goldberg DJ. Non-ablative Dermal remodeling. Laserexpress[Internet]. August 2002. Available from: http://www.lasernews.net
77. Goldberg DJ. Current Therapy : Laser Hair Removal. Dermatol Clin 20:561-67, 2002
78. Goldberg DJ. Nonablative Dermal Remodeling. Does It Really Work? Arch Dermatol.
138:1366-38, 2002
79. Rogachefsky AS, Becker K, Weiss G and Goldberg DJ. Evaluation of a Long-Pulsed Nd:YAG Laser at Different Parameters: An Analysis of Both Fluence and Pulse Duration. Dermatol Surg. 28: 932-36, 2002.
80. Pozner JN and Goldberg DJ. Nonablative Laser Resurfacing: State of the Art 2002. Aes Surg J. 22: 427-434. 2002
81. Goldberg DJ. Dermatologic Surgery and the Federal Anti-Kickback Statute. Dermatol Surg 28:1159-61, 2002.
82. Goldberg DJ. Informed Consent as it Relates to Botulinum Injections. Cosm Dermatol 16:41-42, 2003
83. Sarradet MS, Hussain M, and Goldberg DJ. Millisecond 1064-nm Neodymium:YAG Laser Treatment of Facial Telangiectases. Dermatol Surg 29:56-58, 2003
84. Goldberg DJ, Tan M., Sarradet MD, et. al. Nonablative Dermal Remodeling with a 585nm, 350usec Flashlamp Pulsed Dye Laser: Clinical and Ultrastructural Analysis. Dermatol Surg. 29:161-164, 2003
85. Sarradet MD, Hussain M and Goldberg DJ. Electrosurgical Resurfacing: A Clinical,
Histologic, and Electron Microscopic Evaluation. Lasers Surg Med 32: 111-114, 2003.
86. Hussain M, Polnikorn N and Goldberg DJ. Laser-Assisted Hair Removal in Asian Skin:
Efficacy, Complications and the Effect of Single Versus Multiple Treatments. Dermatol Surg. 29:249-254, 2003
87. Goldberg DJ and Schmults C. Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Dermatologic Surgery. J Drugs
Dermatol. 2:127-30. 2003
88. Goldberg DJ. Lasers for Facial Rejuvenation. Am J Clin Dermatol 4:225-234, 2003
89. Hussain M, Suwanchinda A, Charuwichtratana S and Goldberg DJ. A New Long Pulsed Diode Laser Used For Hair Removal In Asian Skin Types. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 5:97-100, 2003
90. Goldberg DJ, Sarradet D and Hussain M. 308-nm Excimer Laser Treatment of Mature Hypopigmented Striae. Dermatol Surg 29: 596-599, 2003
91. Rogachefsky AS, Hussain M and Goldberg DJ. Atrophic and a Mixed Pattern of Acne Scars Improved With a 1320nm Nd:YAG Laser. Dermatol Surg 29: 904-908, 2003
92. Goldberg DJ. Update: Laser and Light Source Treatment of Pigmented Lesions. Cos Dermatol 16:21-24, 2003
93. Fitzpatrick R, Geronemus R, Goldberg D, et al. Multicenter Study of Noninvasive Radiofrequency for Periorbital Tissue Tightening. Las Surg Med. 33:232-242, 2003
94. Goldberg DJ. Digital Photography, Confidentiality and Teledermatology. Arch Dermatol 140; 477-78, 2004.
95. Marmur ES, Schmults CD and Goldberg DJ. A Review of Laser and Photodynamic Therapy for the Treatment of Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer. Dermatol Surg. 30:264-271, 2004
96. Goldberg DJ, Sarradet D, Hussain M, Krishtul A and Phelps R. Clinical, Histologic, and Ultrastructural Changes after Nonablative Treatment with a 595nm Flashlamp-Pumped Pulsed Dye Laser: Comparison of Varying Settings. Dermatol Surg 30: 979-982, 2004.
97. Schmults CD, Phelps R and Goldberg DG. Nonablative Facial Remodeling. Erythema Reduction and Histologic Evidence of New Collagen Formation Using a 300-Microsecond 1064-nm Nd:YAG Laser. Arch Dermatol. 140:1373-1376, 2004
98. Amin SP, Marmur ES and Goldberg DJ. Complications from Injectable Polyacrylamide Gel, a New Non-biodegradable Soft Tissue Filler. Dermatol Surg. 30: 1507-1509. 2004
99. Marmur ES, Phelps R and Goldberg DJ. Clinical, Histologic and Electron Microscopic findings after Injection of a Calcium Hydroxylapatite Filler. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 6: 223-226, 2004
100. Goldberg DJ, Marmur E, Schmults C, Hussain M and Phelps R. Histologic and Ultrastructural Analysis of Ultraviolet B Laser and Light Source Treatment of Leukoderma in Striae Distensae. Dermatol Surg. 31: 385-387, 2005
101. Marmur ES, Phelps R, and Goldberg DJ. Ultrastructural Changes Seen After ALA-IPL Photorejuvenation. J. Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 7:21-24: 2005
102. Goldberg DJ, Marmur ES, and Hussain M. Treatment of Terminal and Vellus Non-pigmented Hairs with an Optical/Bipolar Radiofrequency Source – with and without pre-treatment using topical aminolevulinic acid. . J. Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 7:25-28: 2005
103. Engelman DE, Bloom B and Goldberg DJ. Dermal Fillers: Complications and Informed Consent. J. Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 7:29-32: 2005
104. Amin SP and Goldberg DJ. Topical Anesthetics for Cosmetic and Laser Dermatology. J Drugs Dermatol. 4: 455-461: 2005.
105. Goldberg DJ. Laser Physician Legal Responsibility for Physician Extender Treatments. Lasers Surg Med 37: 106-107, 2005
106. Goldberg DJ. Nonablative Laser Surgery for Pigmented Skin. Dermatol Surg 31:1263-1267, 2005
107. Goldberg DJ. Legal Issues in Laser Operation. Clinics Derm. 24:56-59, 2006
108. Goldberg DJ, Marmur ES, Amin S, Hussain M. Comparative Treatment of Small Diameter Vascular Lesions Using Extended Pulsed Dye Lasers. Las Surg Med. 38: 106-111, 2006
109. Goldberg D. Legal Ramifications of Off-label Filler Use. Derm Ther. 19: 189-193, 2006
110. Amin S and Goldberg DJ. Clinical Comparison of Four Hair Removal Lasers and Light Sources. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 8:65-68, 2006
111. Goldberg DJ and Russell BA. Combination Blue (415nm) and Red (633nm) LED Phototherapy in the Treatment of Mild to Severe Acne Vulgaris. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 8:71-75, 2006
112. Pozner J N and Goldberg DJ. Superficial Erbium:YAG Laser Resurfacing of Photodamaged Skin. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 8:89-91 2006
113. Treacy PJ and Goldberg DJ. Use of a Biopolymer Polyalkylamide Filler for Facial Lipodystrophy in HIV-Positive Patients Undergoing Treatment with Antiretroviral Drugs Dermatol Surg 32:804-808, 2006
114. Goldberg DJ, Amin S, Hussain M. Acne scar correction using calcium hydroxylapatite in a carrier based gel. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther 8:134-137, 2006
115. Bucci J and Goldberg DJ. Past, present and future: Vascular lasers/light devices. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther 8:149-154, 2006
116. Goldberg DJ. Effect of temperature-controlled cooling on light-based skin treatments. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther 8:155, 2006
117. Goldberg DJ. Legal Considerations in Cosmetic Laser Surgery. J Cosm Dermatol. 5: 133-136, 2006
118. Goldberg DJ, Amin S., Russell BA, Phelps R. Combined 633-nm and 830-nm LED Treatment of Photoaging Skin. J Drugs Dermatol. 5: 748-753, 2006
119. Amin SP, Phelps RG, Goldberg DJ. Mesotherapy for Facial Skin Rejuvenation: A Clinical, Histologic and Electron Microscopic Evaluation. Dermatol Surg. 32: 1467-1472, 2006
120. Goldberg DJ. Laser Complications: Hair Removal. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 8:197-202, 2006.
121. Goldberg DJ. Laser and Light Based Hair Removal: An Update. Expert Rev Med Devices. 4: 253-260, 2007
122. Goldberg DJ, Hussain M, Fazeli A and Berlin AL. Treatment of Skin Laxity of the Lower Face and Neck with a Broad-Spectrum Infrared Light Device. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 9:35-40, 2007
123. Bloom BS, Goldberg DJ. Suture Material in Cosmetic Cutaneous Surgery. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 9:35-40, 2007
124. Berlin AL, Hussain M, Phelps R, Goldberg DJ. Treatment of Photoaging with a Very Superficial Er:YAG laser in Combination with a Broadband Light Source. J Drugs Dermatol. 6: 1114-1118, 2007
125. Berlin, AL, Hussain, M, Goldberg DJ. Cutaneous photoaging treated with a combined 595/1064m laser. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 9: 214-217, 2008
126. Hussain M and Goldberg DJ. Topical manganese peptide in the treatment of photodamaged skin. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 9: 232-236, 2008
127. Goldberg, DJ, Fazeli A and Berlin AL. Clinical, Laboratory, and MRI Analysis of Cellulite Treatment with a Unipolar Radiofrequency Device. Dermatol Surg 34: 204-209, 2008
128. Berlin AL, Amin SP and Goldberg D. Extraocular Sebaceous Carcinoma Treated with Mohs Micrographic Surgery: Report of a Case and Review of Literature. Dermatol Surg. 34: 254-257, 2008.
129. Goldberg DJ, Berlin A, Phelps R. Histologic and Ultrastructural Analysis of Melasma After Fractional Resurfacing. Las Surg Med. 40:134-138, 2008.
130. Berlin AL, Dudelzak J, Hussain M, Phelps R and Goldberg DJ. Evaluation of Clinical, Microscopic, and Ultrastructural Changes After Treatment with a Novel Q-switched Nd:YAG Laser. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 10: 76-79, 2008
131. Hussain M, Phelps R and Goldberg DJ. Clinical, Histologic and Ultrastructural Changes After Use of Human Growth Factor and Cytokine Skin Cream for the Treatment of Skin Rejuvenation. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 10: 104-109, 2008
132. Berlin AL, Hussain, M, and Goldberg DJ. Calcium Hydroxylapatite Filler for Facial Rejuvenation. A Histologic and Immunohistochemical Analysis. Dermatol Surg. 34:S64-67, 2008
133. Dudelzak J, Hussain M, Phelps RG, Gottlieb GJ and Goldberg DJ. Evaluation of histologic and electron microscopic changes after novel treatment using combined microdermabrasion and ultrasound –induced phonophoresis of human skin. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 10: 187-192, 2008
134. Dudelzak J, Hussain M, J and Goldberg DJ. Vascular Specific Laser Wavelength for the Treatment of Facial Telangiectasias. J Drugs Dermatol. 8:227-229, 2009
135. Dudelzak J, Hussain M, J and Goldberg DJ. Laser Lipolysis of the arm, with and without suction aspiration: Clinical and histologic changes. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 11: 70-73, 2009
136. Goldberg DJ. Correction of Tear Trough Deformity with Novel Porcine Collagen Filler (Dermicol-P35). Aes Surg J. 29: S9-S11, 2009
137. Goldberg DJ. Correction of Tear Trough Deformity with Novel Porcine Collagen Filler (Dermicol-P35).AesSurg J. 29: S9-S11, 2009
138. Butani A. Dudelzak J and Goldberg DJ. Recent Advances in Laser Dermatology.
J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 11: 2-10, 2009
139. Goldberg DJ. Breakthroughs in US Dermal Fillers for Facial Soft-tissue Augmentation.
J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 11: 240-247, 2009
140. Franco, W, Kothare A and Goldberg DJ. Controlled Volumetric Heating of Subcutaneous
Adipose Tissue Using a Novel Radiofrequency Technology. Lasers Surg Med 41: 745-750. 2009
141. Ciocon DH, Boker A and Goldberg DJ. Intense Pulsed Light: What Works, What’s New, What’s Next?Facial Plast Surg. 25: 290-300, 2009
142. Jow T, Brown A and Goldberg DJ. Patient Compliance as a Major Determinant of Laser
Tattoo Removal Success Rates: A Retrospective Study. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 12:166-169. 2010
143. Monheit G, Baumann LS, Gold MH, Goldberg DJ, et al. Novel Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Filler: Dermal Gel Extra Physicial Properties and Clinical Outcomes. Dermatol Surg, 36:1833-1841, 2010
144. Goldberg DJ and Hussain M. A Study of multiple full-face treatments with low-energy settings of a 2940-nmEr:YAG fractionated laser. J Cosmetic & Laser Ther. 13: 42-42, 2011.
145. Goldberg DJ, Chwalek J and Hussain M. 308-nm Excimer laser treatment of palmoplantar psoriasis. J Cosmetic& Laser Ther. 13:47-49, 2011
146. Ciocon DH, Hussain M, Goldberg DJ. High Fluence and High Density Treatment of Perioral Rhytids Using a NewFractionated 2,790nm Ablative Erbium Doped Yttrium Scandium Gallium Garnet Laser. Dermatol Surg 37: 776-781, 2011
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155. Rose AE and Goldberg DJ. Successful Treatment of Facial Telangiectasias Using a 1064nm Nd:YAG Laser. Dermatol Surg 2013 ;39:1062-6.,
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Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19

The health and safety of our patients and staff is our top priority. Our in-office safety policies are aligned with the latest guidelines issued by the CDC and local government officials related to COVID-19.

New safety policies for patients:

  • Patients will undergo screening questions and receive comprehensive instructions about our new policies prior to their appointment.
  • To minimize contact, we will offer patients virtual check in and check out.
  • Patients will be instructed to come to the office wearing a mask.
  • Patient temperatures will be checked via forehead scanners upon arrival to the office.
  • We have reorganized our offices to maximize social distancing and cleanliness, and we have altered workflows to allow patients to wait outside or in their cars until their exam room is ready. Patients will be contacted via text message or phone call when the provider is ready for the visit to begin.
  • We are asking for patients to arrive at their appointment alone. For children and adult patients who require a caretaker, one adult may accompany the patient.
  • Patients who are sick or have had exposures to COVID-19 will be rescheduled.
  • Offices will be cleaned and disinfected frequently throughout the day.
  • Teledermatology appointments remain available for patients who prefer to be seen virtually.

New safety policies for office & staff:

  • All of our staff have completed training on all new workflows and infection prevention measures.
  • All of our clinical staff will be wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) during patient encounters to include masks and eye protection.
  • Our exam rooms are sanitized before and after every patient visit.
  • All SLSS team members will be screened for symptoms and/or fever daily prior to coming to work.
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