Dr. Eric Bernstein
Cosmetic Dermatologist and Laser Expert
Dr. Bernstein is one of the world’s leading experts in dermatologic laser medicine and surgery. Dr. Bernstein has over 20 issued and pending patents for laser technology, both within the U.S. and worldwide. He is Director of Laser Surgery and Cosmetic Dermatology Centers and sits as the Chairman of the Candela Laser Corporation Medical Advisory Board, is on the Medical Advisory Board for Coolsculpting and Solta, Inc. the makers of the Fraxel family of products and was integral in developing many of the protocols for lasers in use throughout the world. As a result of Dr. Bernstein’s research and development work, he often is among the very first in the world to utilize new laser applications for patient treatment.
Our facility operates as many state-of-the-art lasers, treats as many patients and participates in as much research as almost any clinic of its kind in North America. Our physicians have published hundreds of peer-reviewed studies, led symposiums and medical conferences and taught the latest techniques to thousands of fellow physicians.
Main Line Center for Laser Surgery
32 Parking Plaza, Ardmore, PA, United States
Choosing A Doctor
Treatment with a physician with understanding of the skin is imperative. Ideally you will consult with a physician whose training involved the skin. It is also important to go to a physician who has access to a variety of treatment options, so the likelihood they can treat you effectively is increased. Not all patients can be treated the same way, with the same device. You want to make sure that they’re not just using one device for every patient who walks in, regardless of their case.
Further Reading on Choosing a Doctor
Doing your research and understanding your condition are also important. Is there something out there that is better for what I have than what this particular doctor is offering me? And certainly don’t go to see somebody who is not medically trained or who does not have medical supervision from a physician.
Here are some questions to consider prior to treatment:
- Are you a board-certified physician?
- Is there a board-certified physician of any kind in the office?
- Will you perform a test patch to see how the treatment results may look?
- How much experience do you have at performing this treatment?
- Are there alternative treatments which may be more effective for my skin?
- What’s your medical specialty? (Dermatology, Family Medicine, etc.)
- Do you have any references? Before and After photos?