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CBS NEW YORK
February 10, 2017

Dr. Ostad says "the [fraxel] laser is able to penetrate beneath the skin without causing any damage to the top layer of the skin and is able to actually stimulate collagen production."

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FOX NEWS
January 28, 2017

On the topic about erasing stretch marks, Dr. Ariel Ostad says "Results usually become evident typically about 3-4 weeks following the first treatment and you just continue doing the treatment until the desired outcome."

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Dr. Ostad discusses the latest advancements in laser treatments as well as cosmetic fillers Botox and Juvederm.

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CW11 NEW YORK
January 16, 2017

"...Dr. Ostad says, 'It is the leading cause of death between 18 and 29. By seeing a dermatologist on an annual basis you can actually detect melanomas earlier and catch them at an earlier stage and save lives. The flaw with the study is that if you wait that long to see the dermatologist you could potentially die of a melanoma much earlier, before you reach 50 years old.'"

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CW11 NEW YORK
December 26, 2016

"...How well someone does with melanoma has to do with how early it is caught," Dr. Ostad said. "And the earlier the melanoma is caught, the better chance of a cure. If melanoma is not caught at an early stage, it can quickly spread to either organs and it can be fatal," Dr. Ostad said.'"

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NY1, NEW YORK
January 2, 2016

"...One other important thing to do, even during the winter is to wear sun-screen. Dr. Ariel Ostad who sees the number of patients coming into his office with skin cancers growing, says he can't stress the importance of this enough. "People assume that during the winter months that they don't have to apply sunscreen, and it's definitely important that on a clear day even in the winter that you apply sunscreen in the morning before you leave the house," says Ostad.

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WABC, NEW YORK
October 16, 2015
"...Still, physicians recommend if you're getting any treatment without a medical professional's supervision be cautious. Dr Ariel Ostad: 'Always ask questions: Long term study results, maintaining long term safety, long term effectiveness and who is doing procedure.' Asking the right questions can you make you feel better about the science behind looking good...."

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CBS, NEW YORK
June 2016
Dr Ariel Ostad: "...the most inportant step that one needs to take is to be aware that unfortunately no one is particularly immune from skin cancer..."

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Social Life
December 2016

"Fraxel is an amazing technology where you're actually delivering energy to the depth that you desire based on the indication you're treating," Ostad says. "If you're treating blemishes you go shallow, if you're treating wrinkles you go deeper."

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Forbes.com
August 2016

┬“While the study is interesting, further research is needed to confirm it, said Dr. Ariel Ostad, a spokesman for the Skin Cancer Foundation and a New York City dermatologist not involved in the study "

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HealthDay
August 2016

"Dr. Ostad said the study did have one serious limitation. "It does not take into account sunscreen use," he said. If the participants tended not to use sunscreen, that could have affected the results. Meanwhile, Ostad added, taking care in the sun is important, and "sunscreens are by far the most powerful" weapon to prevent skin cancers."

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WebMD
May 2017

“Another fat-melting technology generating buzz and headlines is called SmartLipo, but don┬’t believe the hype just yet, cautions Ariel Ostad, MD, a dermatologist in private practice in New York City and a clinical assistant professor of dermatology at the New York University Medical Center┬”

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Fitness
March 2017

┬“Before apply your makeup use a cream with topical fillers, such as DMAE or Argireline, all over or just on specific lines around your mouth and eyes.
┬“The fillers decrease the appearance of fine lines by drastically increasing moisture and blood flow,┬” explains Ariel Ostad, M.D., a dermatologist in New York┬”


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SCFJ
February 2017

┬“Women aren't the only ones who are concerned about their skin these days. Men need to recognize that sun protection and caring for their skin can take years off their appearance. "Men don't do enough to protet their skin. They don't use sunscreen and they don't use moisturizers, "says Dr. Ostad"

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The Sun
November 27, 2016

┬“Some experts ┬– including my obstetrician and two dermatologists I spoke with, an assistant clinical professor at Mount Sanai School of Medicine, Dr. Debra Jaliman, and a clinical assistant professor in the department of dermatology at New York University Medical Center, Dr. Ariel Ostad ┬– are skeptical┬’┬”

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GL
October 2016

┬“Even the healthiest girls and women get them (big sigh). Make sure you exercise, eat lots of fiber avoid crossing your legs and stay at a healthy weight, says Dr. Ariel Ostad, dermatologist and assistant professor, New York University Medical School.┬’┬”

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REDBOOK
October 2016

"It's said that a woman's hands can give away her true age. Signs of aging show up sooner here because skin is thin to begin with, says New York City dermatologist Ariel Ostad, M.D. "And it gets thinner as collagen and elastin break down and fat gets absorbed (natural aging), until you see bones, tendons, and veins."

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The Associated Press
September 2016

"For a lot of them, it has nothing to do with anxiety, and the drip doesn't have to be heat related," says Dr. Ariel Ostad, a New York City dermatologist. "I have patients where it can happen year round and has no correlation with stress or temperature."

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ELLE
September 2016

"Although the cleanser met FDA requirements for SPF 18 protection, New York City dermatologist Ariel Ostad, MD, recommends using an additional sunscreen. ┬‘this cleanser is certainly better than nothing,┬’ he says."

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LUXURY SPAFINDER
August 2016

"About 80 percent of sun damage occurs before the age of 20, says Ariel Ostad, M.D., an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at New York University Medical Center. That┬’s why products with free-radical fighters, from alpha lipoic acid to vitamin C, are necessities as we get older."

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WOMAN'S WORLD
May 2016

"...Or ask your dermatologist for the prescription-strength version, which will give you even better, faster results," says Ariel Ostad. M.D...."

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ELLE
June 2016

"...Once they form, it's difficult ro get rid of them," says New York City dermatologist Ariel Ostad, MD..." "...but Ostad is skeptical: "Only about 20 percent of women show improvement, and that's over the course of six treatments." As an alternative, Ostad suggests applying Retin-A over the area (unless you're pregnant or breast-feeding) daily..."


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GLAMOUR
June 2016

"...People have the misconception that sunscreen protects for the day," says Dr. Ostad. "But really, it only lasts for two or three hours..." "...It's not solely responsible for the increase in skin cancer, but "it is a factor," says Dr. Ostad...."

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ELLE
May 2016

..."Ugh," groans Manhattan dermatologist Ariel Ostad, MD, when cold of the Valley Forge fiasco. "Those are not the people you wane to go to. I don't trust a doctor who lias to advertise. I look down on that. ..." "...Ostad says. "A good doctor surrounds himself with better assistants, better nurses, and better technicians. He orders the best equipment and supplies."...

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PREVENTION
May 2016

"...After 2 hours, for instance, foundation tends to shift, leaving patches of unprotected skin. Ariel Ostad, MD, a clinical assistant professor at New York University Medical Center,suggests a safer strategy: Slather on an oil-free sunscreen first and then apply your makeup. ..."


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GL
April 2016

"...Save the scrubbing—it won't help. A few things can cause darkening, explains New York City dermatologist Dr. Ariel Ostad: 1) You could genetically have extra pigmentation there. 2) You might have a condition called acanthosis nigricans, which has to do with high insulin levels. ..."

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THE OPRAH MAGAZINE
April 2016

"...Wrinkles form when collagen begins to break down in the dermis, far below the skin's outer layer, where dry skin occurs, says Ariel Ostad, MD, clinical assistant professor of dermatology at New York University Medical Center..."


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MARIE CLAIRE
April 2016

"...Pastels or brand-new tattoos are typically hardest to remove, and browns may get darker if the pigment contains any iron, so always ask for a patch test first. The process typically takes between four and eight treatments (which can add up to 00 or more), with a week of downtime in between each, says Dr Ostad... A Sun damage is a two-hit process, says Dr Ostad:True, most damage does happen during childhood, but it is sun exposure as an adult that brings the damage to the surface in the form of sunspots, discoloration, wrinkles—and cancer Limiting your sun exposure (ana wearing a full-spectrum sunscreen of at least SPF 30) in adulthood will help to hide, and even reverse, the sun sins of your youth. "


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FROM ALLURE
February 2016

"A long bubble bath can make all your troubles seem to float away-until you dry off. "Soaking in a hot tub depletes skin of its natural oils," says Ariel Ostad, a dermatologist at New York University Medical Center..."

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FROM WEBMD.COM
November 2015

"...removing a tattoo is much more difficult -- and expensive -- than getting one in the first place. That's true, says Ariel Ostad, MD, assistant clinical professor at the NYU School of Medicine and a New York dermatologist who does tattoo removal. But new advances in lasers have made removing a tattoo easier than it once was ..."

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FROM MEN S VOGUE Fall 2015

"...If you are wondering whether your doctor needs a fancy face-scanning machine to make a successful early detection of skin cancer, let me tell you that he or she does not. That's why I decided to make an appointment with a scanner-free office, in this case the office of Ariel Ostad, M.D., an expert on skin cancer. Ostad is a clinical assistant professor at the New York University School of Medicine, a diplomats of the American Board of Dermatology..."

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FROM W
August 2015

"...Before this, the only option was stripping, which involved general anasthesia, bruising and possible nerve numbness," says New York dermatologist Ariel Ostad, So far the odds are good. In the three years EVLT has been used on there veins, only 2 percent have had to be resealed..."


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FROM FIRST
June/July 2015

"...A cucumber is predominantly water, which has a high specific heat index. That means it can absorb a lot of the heat from sunburned skin before its temperature rises," explains Ariel Ostad, M.D., a dermatologist in New York City. "Cilled slices also act as a cod comperss, reducing the inflamation that causes discomfort..."


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FROM GL
June/July 2015

"...Use sunscreen-15 SPF, at least - at all times, and avoid tanning beds. You only need to worry about freckles if one gets bumpy or turns into an asymmetrical, weird shape, If that happens, don't get freaked, but definitely have your doc check it out just to be on the safe side, says Dr. Ariel Ostad, dermatologist and assistant professor, New York University Medical School... "


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FROM CARGO
June 2015

"Waxing hurts. Ripping hair fom the follicle feels like having a strip of duct tape removed from your hairy leg, or at least it did before L.M.X. 4. The lotion was developed for doctors to use on patients before injections. It contains lidocaine, a numbing agent found in many bugbite- and sunburn-soothing creams. Now aestheticians are rubbing if on clients before hair-pulling sessions. "It's the best topical anesthetic available without a prescription," says New York City dermatologist Ariel Ostad. "


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FROM TIMEOUT NEW YORK
May 2015

"...According to Ariel Ostad, M.D., we're likely seeing more cases of the disease today than, say, back in the 1970s, when superdark tans were all the rage, because there are now more holes in the ozone layer. 'It doesn't take as much sun exposure to get birned these days as it used to,' says Ostad, a skin cancer surgeon who has witnessed firsthand the increase of cases of cases among young people... Also misunderstood about melanoma is where it's most likely to develop. 'Most people think it would occur on the face or hands - someplace that's been exposed a lot,' Ostad says... 'Melanoma, on the other hand, is most often found on the legs, toes and even the groin.'Ostad continues... "


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FROM WEBMD.COM
May 2015

Fake the Perfect Tan With Sunless Tanning Lotion - Get the look of tan, sun-kissed skin without the risk of baking in the sun. "A good way of achieving a tan without increasing risk of skin cancer is sunless tanning, " says Ariel Ostad, MD, a dermatologist in private practice in New York City. "It's a very safe and quick way of getting tan without any harm." ... "I do think it looks natural if done properly," Ostad says. "But self-tans do fade and you must replenish them every day or every other day to keep that tan look."

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FROM FIRST
May 2015

"Spider veins and minor varicose veins now can be erased in as little as 15 minutes. "Sclerotherapy is the quickest, easiest and most pain-free way to eradicate veins without invasive surgery," maintains Ariel Ostad, M.D., clinical assistant professor of dermatology at NYU Medical Center. "

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FROM ALLURE

March 2015 "Experts never tire of debating whether there's a connection between diet and skin - but those who believe in the link are borderline fanatical about it. Sims takes multivitamins every day, including silica supplements, "which are great for the skin, hair, and nails," she swears. And Ariel Ostad, clinical assistant professor of dermatology at New York University, puts his model patients on a "diet high in vegetables containing vitamins A,C, and E to ward off the environmental stress responsible for premature aging."

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March 2015 " It sounds like you have keratosis pilaris, an inherited dry-skin condition. And right now, those patches are probably extra-red and bumpy thanks to months of exposure to dry indoor heat. But you can dramatically improve their appearance, assures New York City dermatologist Ariel Ostad, M.D. "

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FROM BRIDE
Spring 2015

"'For beutiful, silky skin the day of your wedding, start working on it right after you get engaged,' says Ariel Ostad, a New York City-based dermatologist... For an incredible look, Dr. Ostad recommends microdermabrasion treatments every two weeks for the two months prior to your wedding. 'Microdermabrasion removes dead tissue from the skin,' he explains,'and will produce smooth skin and a radiant look.'"


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FROM GL
February 2015

" You want sweatshorts to be baggy, not your face. Stress, lack of sleep, dehydration and poor diet can cause dark bags, says Dr. Ariel Ostad, a New York City dermatologist. So drink water, eat fruits and veggies, and sleep plenty."


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FROM COSMOPOLITAN
January 2015

" Why you should ditch this golden-girl habit pronto: According to the National Cancer Institute, women who use tanning beds more than once a month are 55 percent more likely to develop malignant melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer. "You can still look golden, without sacrificing your skin, by using a self-tanner or spray tan instead," says New York City derm Ariel Ostad."


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