Dermatologists in New York

New York (679)Brooklyn (113)Bronx (89)Rochester (53)Staten Island (36)
New Hyde Park (27)Great Neck (23)Flushing (22)Garden City (21)Buffalo (20)Stony Brook (18)Forest Hills (18)Smithtown (16)Woodmere (14)Yonkers (14)Poughkeepsie (13)Elmhurst (13)Mount Kisco (12)Huntington (12)Oceanside (11)Middletown (11)Fishkill (10)Rye (10)Commack (10)Bethpage (10)Jamaica (10)Orangeburg (9)Williamsville (9)Watertown (9)Albany (9)East Syracuse (9)Woodbury (8)Bay Shore (8)Vestal (8)Monroe (8)Scarsdale (8)Long Island City (8)Port Jefferson Station (8)Ithaca (8)Manhasset (8)Astoria (7)White Plains (7)Kingston (7)Long Beach (7)New Rochelle (7)West Islip (7)Harrison (7)Purchase (7)Saratoga Springs (6)Southampton (6)Fresh Meadows (6)Hicksville (6)Fairport (5)Huntington Station (5)Jericho (5)East Setauket (5)Hauppauge (5)Somers (5)Newburgh (5)Suffern (5)Syracuse (5)Troy (5)Bayside (5)Oneonta (5)Pittsford (5)Fayetteville (4)Howard Beach (4)Orchard Park (4)Lynbrook (4)Altamont (4)Pomona (4)Far Rockaway (4)Massapequa (4)Melville (4)Greenvale (4)East Patchogue (4)Mineola (4)Clifton Park (4)Greenlawn (4)Glens Falls (4)New Hartford (4)Glen Cove (4)Tarrytown (4)Plainview (4)Valley Stream (4)New Windsor (4)Auburn (4)West Harrison (4)Latham (4)Jackson Heights (4)Hamburg (4)Williston Park (4)Deer Park (3)Schenectady (3)Sleepy Hollow (3)Larchmont (3)Hudson (3)Lewiston (3)Briarcliff Manor (3)Bellmore (3)Lindenhurst (3)Holbrook (3)Potsdam (3)Hewlett (3)Norwich (3)Rego Park (3)Warwick (3)Riverhead (3)Franklin Square (3)Rockville Centre (3)Rye Brook (3)Whitestone (3)Hartsdale (3)Nanuet (3)Ardsley (3)Amityville (3)Amherst (3)Yorktown Heights (3)

Learn more about Dermatologists

A dermatologist specializes in the medical and surgical care of the skin, hair and nails for people of all ages. A dermatologist diagnoses and treats many diseases, including acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, nail infections, hair loss, and skin cancer. Dermatologists may also perform cosmetic procedures to improve the appearance of the skin.

A dermatologist typically: 

  • Evaluates a patient's medical history and educates the patient about skin care, disease prevention, and overall wellness
  • Performs skin tests and skin cancer screenings including mole checks and skin biopsies
  • Orders and interprets laboratory tests and prescribes medications
  • Diagnoses and treats acute and chronic diseases and conditions that affect a person's skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes lining the nose and mouth
  • Performs surgical procedures

Dermatologists may also be known as a skin doctor, skin specialist, or skin cancer doctor.

There are 1525 specialists practicing Dermatology in New York with an overall average rating of 4.0 stars. There are 169 hospitals in New York with affiliated Dermatology specialists, including Mount Sinai Hospital, NYU Langone Health Tisch Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.