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Peninsula Dermatology

Peninsula Dermatology

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1750 El Camino Real, Suite 206, Burlingame, CA, 94010US

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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday09:00 - 17:00
Thursday09:00 - 17:00
Friday09:00 - 17:00
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Acne
Moles
Skin Cancer
Psoriasis
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About Peninsula Dermatology

Aesthetic and medical skin treatments are performed by the team of qualified and experienced dermatologists at this clinic located at Burlingam in California. The goal of the team is to help improve the health and appearance of the skin of patients. The best available technology and techniques are used to deliver safe and effective treatments for patients. Services include the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases, surgical dermatology, the administration of anti aging facial injectables, laser based hair removal and facial rejuvenation, microdermabrasion, skin peels and IPL assisted skin rejuvenation.

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Accreditations

  • AAD - American Academy of Dermatology (US) 

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Beauty Salon TreatmentsDermatologyHair Loss TreatmentMedical AestheticsOncology

Dermatology

 

Acne

 

Dermatologist Consultation

 

Moles

 

Psoriasis

 

Skin Cancer

 

Fungal Infections

Medical Aesthetics

 

Medical Aesthetics Specialist Consultation

Treatment for Wrinkles
 

Forehead

Regardless of how committed you are when taking care of your face, premature wrinkles are an inevitable part of life. There are three types of wrinkles: dynamic, static, and wrinkle folds. Dynamic wrinkles are caused by the contraction of muscles that are attached to your overlying skin. Every time your muscle contracts, your skin bunches together forming lines between your muscles. The most common dynamic wrinkles form across your forehead, on your cheeks, near the outer corner of your eyes (crow’s feet), and between your eyebrows. Static wrinkles are a result of genetics, poor diet, environmental factors, smoking, sun damage, prolonged dynamic wrinkling, and lack of elasticity. Static wrinkles continue to be visible even after muscle contraction has stopped and that is why they are called “static.” The third type of wrinkle is called a wrinkle fold. The cause of this wrinkle is due to sagging of the underlying facial structures and the most common wrinkle folds are the deep grooves between the nose and mouth known as the naso-labial groove.
 

Between the Brows

Regardless of how committed you are when taking care of your face, premature wrinkles are an inevitable part of life. There are three types of wrinkles: dynamic, static, and wrinkle folds. Dynamic wrinkles are caused by the contraction of muscles that are attached to your overlying skin. Every time your muscle contracts, your skin bunches together forming lines between your muscles. The most common dynamic wrinkles form across your forehead, on your cheeks, near the outer corner of your eyes (crow’s feet), and between your eyebrows. Static wrinkles are a result of genetics, poor diet, environmental factors, smoking, sun damage, prolonged dynamic wrinkling, and lack of elasticity. Static wrinkles continue to be visible even after muscle contraction has stopped and that is why they are called “static.” The third type of wrinkle is called a wrinkle fold. The cause of this wrinkle is due to sagging of the underlying facial structures and the most common wrinkle folds are the deep grooves between the nose and mouth known as the naso-labial groove.
 

Crow's Feet

Regardless of how committed you are when taking care of your face, premature wrinkles are an inevitable part of life. There are three types of wrinkles: dynamic, static, and wrinkle folds. Dynamic wrinkles are caused by the contraction of muscles that are attached to your overlying skin. Every time your muscle contracts, your skin bunches together forming lines between your muscles. The most common dynamic wrinkles form across your forehead, on your cheeks, near the outer corner of your eyes (crow’s feet), and between your eyebrows. Static wrinkles are a result of genetics, poor diet, environmental factors, smoking, sun damage, prolonged dynamic wrinkling, and lack of elasticity. Static wrinkles continue to be visible even after muscle contraction has stopped and that is why they are called “static.” The third type of wrinkle is called a wrinkle fold. The cause of this wrinkle is due to sagging of the underlying facial structures and the most common wrinkle folds are the deep grooves between the nose and mouth known as the naso-labial groove.
 

Lines around the mouth

Regardless of how committed you are when taking care of your face, premature wrinkles are an inevitable part of life. There are three types of wrinkles: dynamic, static, and wrinkle folds. Dynamic wrinkles are caused by the contraction of muscles that are attached to your overlying skin. Every time your muscle contracts, your skin bunches together forming lines between your muscles. The most common dynamic wrinkles form across your forehead, on your cheeks, near the outer corner of your eyes (crow’s feet), and between your eyebrows. Static wrinkles are a result of genetics, poor diet, environmental factors, smoking, sun damage, prolonged dynamic wrinkling, and lack of elasticity. Static wrinkles continue to be visible even after muscle contraction has stopped and that is why they are called “static.” The third type of wrinkle is called a wrinkle fold. The cause of this wrinkle is due to sagging of the underlying facial structures and the most common wrinkle folds are the deep grooves between the nose and mouth known as the naso-labial groove.

Hair Loss Treatment

 

Hair Loss Specialist Consultation

 

Hair Loss

Oncology

 

Mohs Surgery

 

Oncologist Consultation

Beauty Salon Treatments

 

Beauty Salon Enquiry

 

Fraxel

 

IPL Skin Rejuvenation

 

Laser Skin Resurfacing

 

Ultherapy

 

Chemical Peel

 

Microdermabrasion

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Dr Donald M. Kay -  at Peninsula Dermatology

Dr Donald M. Kay

Biography:
Has been a practicing Dermatologist and Dermatologic Surgeon in the Burlingame area for many years.

He is on the active staff at Mills-Peninsula Hospital, the courtesy staff at SF General Hospital and serves as Clinical Professor of Dermatology at UCSF. At SF General he is an Attending Physician in Dermatology.

In 2009 Dr. Kay received a Special Recognition Award from the Clinical Faculty Association at UCSF. He is certified by the American Board of Dermatology and holds a Special Competence Certificate in Dermatopathology.

Following undergraduate studies at UCLA, Dr. Kay received his BS and MD degrees from UCSF School of Medicine.

He then served a one-year internship in Internal Medicine at Wadsworth VA Hospital in Los Angeles, served three years as a Medical Officer in the US Air Force, followed by three years of Dermatology residency at UCSF.

He is a member of many local and national Dermatologic societies and has served on the Board of Directors of the San Mateo County Medical Society. Dr. Kay is also a community leader and has served seven years as an elected Trustee to the Burlingame School District.

Dr Nikolajs Lapins -  at Peninsula Dermatology

Dr Nikolajs Lapins

Biography:
Was born in Riga, Latvia, and was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Washington.

He is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Medicine. A residency in dermatology was completed at Brooke Army Medical Center, followed a year later by a fellowship in dermatopathology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. A final fellowship in Mohs micrographic surgery and dermatologic surgery was completed at the University of California San Francisco.

Dr. Lapins was the first Mohs surgeon in the United States Army Medical Corps. He was the chief of dermatologic surgery at Letterman Army Medical Center for many years, retiring as a full colonel in 1989.

Since that time, he has been in private practice in the Bay Area, and now practices exclusively in Burlingame. Dr. Lapins has a wide range of interests in dermatology, but is particularly known for Mohs micrographic surgery for problem skin cancers.

Dr. Lapins is a full clinical professor in the dermatology department at University of California San Francisco. He is a member of many local and national medical organizations.

Dr Karen Keller -  at Peninsula Dermatology

Dr Karen Keller

Biography:
Was born and raised in Miami, Florida. Dr. Keller completed her undergraduate studies at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

She received her M.D. from the University of Miami School of Medicine, and subsequently completed a year of Internal Medicine Internship and three years of Dermatology Residency at the University of South Florida.

After completing her Residency, Dr. Keller practiced Dermatology in South Florida for six months, and then followed her heart to the San Francisco Bay area.

In February 1999, she joined Peninsula Dermatology in Burlingame, California as a full-time Dermatologist, certified by the American Board of Dermatology. Dr. Keller has had several articles published concerning wound healing, skin cancers and vitamins.

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