Board-certified in Dermatology and board qualified in Family Medicine, Dr. Brian Feinstein is the founder of Feinstein Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery. Dr. Feinstein specializes in general, cosmetic and surgical dermatology with a focus on Mohs Micrographic Surgery, skin cancer detection and treatment, laser surgery and laser-based therapies, Botox, and aesthetic enhancements with dermal fillers.
Benjamin Ryan Bohaty, M.D., board certified dermatologist and graduate of Brown University is committed to the advancement of dermatology knowledge and skin treatment. His professional interests include medical, cosmetic and surgical dermatology as well as laser therapies.
Dr. Enisman is a board-certified plastic surgeon who has been practicing in the Mid-Hudson Valley in New York for over thirty years. He recently relocated to the South Florida area and brings his personal patient approach to our practice. Dr. Enisman believes patients should be well informed and have the opportunity to make choices to create the natural appearance they desire.
Nathalie is a board-certified Physician Assistant with over ten years of experience specializing in dermatology. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and History from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She then received a Master of Medical Science degree in Physician Assistant studies at Nova Southeastern University, where she graduated with highest honors.
Olivia L. Smith, M.B.S, PA-C is a board certified Physician Assistant specializing in Dermatology. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College of Florida Atlantic University, followed by a Master's degree in Biomedical Science from the Schmidt College of Medicine of FAU, graduating both programs with honors. She subsequently went on to complete her Masters in Physician Assistant studies at Nova Southeastern University in 2018, also graduating with honors.
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