Fredric Haberman, DO, FAAD, FAACS, is a dermatologist who works at Affiliated Dermatology and Plastic Surgery Center in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He also practices at Montefiore Medical Center, Einstein College of Medicine, and Holy Name Medical Center. Dr. Haberman has 37 years of practice in all facets of dermatology, with a special focus on Cosmetic Dermatology, Medical Dermatology, Laser Surgery, and Mohs Surgery. He received his doctorate of osteopathic medicine in 1967 from Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine and then trained at Duke University Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Haberman is certified in dermatology by the American Board of Dermatology and certified in family medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine. He is also the acclaimed author of two books, Your Skin and the Doctor's Beauty Hotline. He is also a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology (FAAD) and Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (FAACS).
Education and Training
Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences D.O. 1967
Boston University B.S. 1963
American Board of Dermatology- Dermatology; American Board of Family Medicine- Family Practice
Dr. Fredric Haberman D.O.,'s Expert Contributions
Rule out contact dermatitis to shoes secondary impetiginized with staph infection. Rule out tunea pedis. READ MORE
Sounds like groin intertrigo. I recommend loose clothes; pat dry after bathing with a cleanser such as dove bar for sensitive skin; pat dry, if severe ,blow dry on cool; and use powder such as zeasorb. READ MORE
Face washes may help with the treatment of acne, but it depends upon ingredients and the severity of your acne. READ MORE
Take her to the pediatrician for specific diagnosis and treatment READ MORE
It depends upon the specific description of your acne scars. Various procedures may help you after a consultation. Chemical peeling, microneedling, subscision, various resurfacing lasers, PRP, punch grafting or punch graft elevation. Try to consult with a dermatologist who is very experienced with treating acne and acne scarring READ MORE
Hi. This is a difficult question to answe without looking at your skin closely. It may need to be looked at with a magnifier, a dermascope and or photographed. I recommend an examination by an experienced dermatologist who will take a medical history and examine your skin. Good luck. READ MORE
Hi, Your description of your problem including The medications that you have used lead me to believe that it’s a fungal or yeast infection causing your problem. It may be due to sweating and/or heat including the types of clothing that you’re wearing. I recommend that you go to a dermatologist and ask for a fungal culture and possibly a biopsy if needed. In the meantime, I would wear loose-fitting cotton clothing. Wash the area two or three times a day. Pat dry after washing the news lower on a medium setting. You might also try to use ZEASORB powder. Hopefully, these suggestions will help you. Good luck. READ MORE
Hi, It is very difficult to give you a complete opinion without seeing a photograph of your face from all angles. Any Dermatology News three crews feet with Botox approximately every four months or so. You might also try to use an eye cream which is labeled for use near the eyes. Many contain retinol and/or vitamin C. READ MORE
This means that you are having a photosensitive skin reaction and need to see a dermatologist to review your meds and take a complete medical history. In the meantime, take all sun precautions and use sunscreen. READ MORE
This is an excellent question. The use of sunscreen in patient with all skin types is most important to prevent skin cancer and aging plus photosensitireaction to meds etc. I don't know your vitamin D level to begin with so I would ask your doctor if you need to supplement vitamin D and keep using sunscreen. READ MORE
You need to consult with a dermatologist and get meds for itching and give him more of medical history and get a skin biopsy perhaps READ MORE
It could lead to serious reaction and require treatment. Need to ask more specific questions READ MORE
I am a firm believer that tights with sufficient compression is superior to knee high stockings READ MORE
Sweating, tight clothing so groin can't breathe, body heat and secondary yeast infecion READ MORE
For the most part there will be significant improvement if done with ultrasonic guidance endoscopically. READ MORE
There are many new treatment options for psoriasis. I recommend going to a dermatologist and getting a specific treatment plan for your specific case of psoriasis. READ MORE
Neosporin could potentially cause a sensitivity reaction to your skin. I would stop using it and seek medical attention from a dermatologist or primary care physician if it doesn't improve. READ MORE
Without looking at a photograph, it is difficult to give you an expert opinion. If you are the right candidate, PRP with microneedling could be one of your options. READ MORE
I would like to help you, but without seeing your rash and getting further history from you, it is difficult to give you a specific answer. Please ask your obstetrician for advice and ask whether you need to be referred to a dermatologist. I wish you good luck. READ MORE
It is most likely a small vascular lesion. Please take a photo and email it to me And I will be happy to answer your question more accurately. Thank you. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Contributor on Oprah, Sally and Live with Regis -
- Lecturer and Clinical Consultant for Promotion of Botox and other Products -
- Acne Laser / Light Treatment
- Botox® Injections
- Chemical Peel
- Fat Transfer
- Filler Substances
- Foto Facial Rejuvenation
- Laser Hair Removal
- Laser Resurfacing
- Laser Toning
- Leg Vein Treatment
- Medical Microdermabrasion
- Photodynamic Therapy
- Pigmented Lesion Removal
- Pigmented Restoration
- Vascular Lesion Removal
- Laser Treatments
- Tattoo Removal
- Spider Vein Therapy
- Port Wine Stains
- Botox Cosmetic
- Hair Removal
- Vein Removal
- Wrinkle Removal
- Wrinkle Fillers
- Eyelid Surgery
- Acne Scarring
- Acne And Acne Scar Treatments
- Acne Dermabrasion
- Acne And Complexion Problems
- Acne And Scar Revision
- Acne & Other Scars
- Psoriasis Xtrac Excimer Laser
- Vitiligo Xtrac Eximer Laser
- Fellow American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
- Fellow International Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
- Fellow American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
- Fellow International Society for Dermatologic Surgery
- Fellow American Academy of Dermatology
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in New York Dermatology
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Duke University Medical Center, Harvard Medical School
- Berkley Press Your Skin: A Dermatologist's Guide To A Life Time Of Beauty And Health. 0
- Lippincott Williams $ Wilkins A Photoguide of Common Skin Disorders: Surgical Chapters. Chapter: Dermatologic Procedures-Diagnost0
- Henri Holt and Harper CollinsThe Doctor's Beauty Hotline.0
- Main ContributorREAL BEAUTY REAL WOMEN0
- Contribute for the New York TimesNew York Times0
- Columnist for Womens World Magazines Women's World Magazines0
- University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Kennedy Memorial Hospital
Articles and Publications
- Author of Your Skin and the Doctor's Beauty Hotline- Books
What do you attribute your success to?
- Hard Work, Dedication, Listening to Patients and Educating Them to Offer Optimal Results from Treatment
- Montefiore Medical Center
- Einstein College of Medicine
- Holy Name Medical Center
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Patient Experience with Dr. Haberman
Dr Haberman is the most thorough dermatologist that I have ever seen. He is an excellent diagnostician and wonderful aesthetic surgeon. He also performed scarless surgery on my face and nobody can see the scar. I would give him 10 stars if allowable.
Dr Haberman did two laser procedures on my face and PRP ON MY FACE WITH GREAT RESULTS. He then did Botox and fillers on my face about one month later. I am very happy with the results. It looks so natural.
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