November 29, 2019

     We are offering one complimentary skin tag removal session for the first two people who call.

     This promotion applies to the first patient who schedules an appointment. Patients must be considered a good candidate to receive this treatment. The promotion begins Monday, December 2nd, 2019 at 9:30 AM (opening time). Appointments must be scheduled with a live receptionist. Messages...

November 29, 2019

       We would like to welcome our new physician assistant who has joined our team, Shelby Parrish. Shelby earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Seton Hall University. She then continued at Seton Hall University to receive her Master of Physician Assistant. Upon graduation, Shelby practiced as a physician assistant in dermatology at Summit Medical Group treating patients of all ages....

November 15, 2019

Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall

Sunday December 22nd 2:00pm

Dorothy Young

Performing Arts Center

Drew University, Madison NJ

Friday, December 20th at 8:00pm

Trish DeMallie, a long time member of the Masterwork Chorus is one of our patients.

November 15, 2019

     We are offering one complimentary laser tattoo removal treatment for the first person who calls!

     At Randolph Dermatology we utilize a Q switched ND-YAG and Q switched KTP laser that treat most colors, but not green.

     A consultation is required before treatment for anyone who has yet to receive this treatment at Randolph Dermatology. Patients must be considered a good...

November 1, 2019

     We are offering one complimentary fractional laser resurfacing treatment for the first person who calls.

     Laser resurfacing helps the appearance of wrinkles that develop from years of sunlight exposure and scars that develop from acne. This treatment can tighten and smooth the skin, taking years off a persons appearance.

     A consultation is required before treatment fo...

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