Dr. Gary Goldenberg is the Medical Director of the Dermatology Faculty Practice at The Mount Sinai Medical Center. Board Certified in both Dermatology and Dermatopathology, Dr. Goldenberg provides comprehensive dermatological care in medical and cosmetic dermatology, including skin cancer, nevi (moles), psoriasis, eczema, sexually transmitted diseases, acne, BOTOX® and filler injections, and laser surgery.
Dr. Goldenberg focuses on prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer. As an expert in skin cancer, Dr. Goldenberg focuses on the earliest signs of non-melanoma and melanoma skin cancers. Prevention of skin cancer is also a focus of Dr. Goldenberg's practice and research. Dr. Goldenberg has published numerous article on prevention and treatment of skin cancer, particularly actinic keratosis and non-melanoma skin cancer. As a Board Certified Dermatopathologist, Dr. Goldenberg also focuses on microscopic findings and research as it relates to skin cancer.
Dr. Goldenberg has particular expertise in laser resurfacing of wrinkles and acne scarring, melasma and hyperpigmentation treatment, facial augmentation and contouring with fillers and BOTOX, liquid facelift, lip augmentation, face and neck skin tightening, and treatment of facial redness and spider veins with laser surgery.
Dr. Goldenberg is often sought out by the media and has appeared on CNN, FoxNews, ABC, CBS, Good Morning America Health, Wall Street Journal, New Beauty, Redbook, Good Housekeeping, and Woman's Day, among many others.
Dr. Goldenberg is the author of over 100 original articles, and has been listed in Super Doctors in New York Times, Top Doctor in New York Magazine, and as top 10 dermatologists in NYC by Vitals.com. Dr. Goldenberg is the President of The Dermatologic Society of Greater New York, Nation's largest local dermatologic society.
Dr. Goldenberg has extensive experience in diagnosis, treatment and prevention of skin cancer. Dr. Goldenberg has over 100 publications of original articles, abstracts and book chapters. Many of these focus of skin cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Medical School - Temple University School of Medicine
Dermatology Residency - Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Dermatopathology Fellowship - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
Skin cancer is a preventable disease in most instances. Treating skin cancer at the earliest stage saves and improve lives.