A Board certified dermatologist since 2003, Dr. Weinfeld is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. She is also an Associate of the Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. In 2009, Dr. Weinfeld was elected to the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology.
|�||Medical: acne, rosacea, warts, molluscum, eczema, skin allergies, psoriasis, and skin cancer|
|�||Surgical: removal of skin growths, treatment of skin cancer such as basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma|
|�||Cosmetic: non-surgical facial rejuvenation via BOTOX� and Dysport�; fillers including Juvaderm�, Restylane�, Perlane�, and Radiesse�; laser treatments; and skin care|
|�||Dr. Weinfeld's original research on nostalgia paresthetica (itchy skin condition) was featured on the cover of the premier journal Archives of Dermatology in August 2007. Her research led to recognition of a new treatment modality for notalgia paresthetica, and it is quoted in the reference textbook Treatment of Skin Disease by Mark Lebwohl et al. The Archives of Dermatology asked Dr. Weinfeld to serve as a reviewer in 2008.|
|�||Dr. Weinfeld is dedicated to educating fellow physicians and the community about the latest advanced in dermatology. For five years, Dr. Weinfeld wrote the Quick Pearls for the Primary Care Physician newsletter to educate primary care physicians about the latest updates in dermatology. She has been featured on Cable News Network, the Frugal Yankee Radio Hour, Wellesley Cable Vision, and Comcast Cable Vision. She has spoken to patient, physician, and community groups locally and throughout New England on topics including skin care, skin cancer and advances in medical and cosmetic dermatology. She has participated in skin cancer screenings at the Massachusetts State House and at Newton-Wellesley Hospital.|
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|�||Admitting Physician, Newton-Wellesley Hospital|
|�||Admitting Physician, Beth Israel Deaconess Needham Hospital|
Dr. Weinfeld lives in Newton, Massachusetts with her husband Dr. Mark Weinfeld, a cardiologist, and their three children.