by Skincare-news.com team
Dr. Nelson Lee Novick has been listed in Consumer Research Council of America's Guide to America's Top Physicians - 2003 and 2005 and Guide to America's Top Dermatologists - 2007. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the prestigious American Academy of Dermatology's Leadership Circle medal and Mount Sinai Medical Center's awards for "Outstanding Service," "Exceptional Patient Care" and "Teaching Excellence."

Dr. Novick is the author of nine mainstream trade books, including You Can Look Younger At Any Age - A Leading Dermatologist's Guide (Henry Holt, 1996); You Can Do Something About Your Allergies - A Leading Doctor's Guide to the Prevention and Treatment of Common Allergies (Bantam, 1995); You Can Do Something About Your Allergies (MacMillan, 1994); Super Skin - A Leading Dermatologist's Guide to the Latest Breakthroughs in Skin Care (paperback ed., Clarkson N. Potter, 1991); Baby Skin - A Leading Dermatologist's Guide to Infant and Childhood Skin Care (Clarkson N. Potter,1991); Super Skin - A Leading Dermatologist's Guide to the Latest Breakthroughs in Skin Care (Clarkson N. Potter, 1988); Skin Care for Teens (Franklin Watts, 1988); Saving Face - A Dermatologist's Guide to Maintaining Healthier and Younger-Looking Skin (The Body Press 1986); Saving Face - A Dermatologist's Guide to Maintaining a Healthier and Younger-Looking Face (Franklin Watts, 1986) and an audiotape series. In addition, he has been the senior editor and author of several medical textbooks and the lead author of numerous articles for the medical literature.

He has also written by-lined articles for many popular magazines and newspapers, such as Good Housekeeping, The New York Times, The New York Post, Reader's Digest, Lear's,Woman's Day, Bottom Line Health and Bottom Line Personal. He has also been a frequent by-line contributor to such Internet venues as nycms.org, msnyuhealth.org, myskinmd.com, AskPhysicians.com and WebMd.com, where he has also served as an Ask The Expert consultant for consumer Q & As.

For nearly twenty-five years, Dr. Novick has been featured throughout the country on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN and ESPN network television and radio and has also been widely quoted in the national and international press. He has appeared with Oprah Winfrey, Paula Zahn, Denise Austin, Matt Lauer and Joan Hamburg. He has also served as a medical resource for CNN's popular Anderson Cooper 360, ABC's 20/20, Good Morning America and NBC's Dateline.

Dr. Novick has been interviewed by all the major print venues, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, The Los Angeles Times, Miami Herald, Vogue, Glamour, Redbook, Allure, McCalls, Elle, Ladies Home Journal, Reader's Digest, Self, Prevention, Health, Real Simple, Esquire, Women's Sports & Fitness and Men's Health, in addition to scores of other national and local consumer publications and newspapers.

Dr. Novick is a highly accomplished cosmetic dermatologist and researcher, always at the forefront of innovation in dermatology. In 1991, he was one of the first cosmetic physicians to use Botox for cosmetic purposes. He coined the term "lunchtime beauty fix" years ago and has successfully treated sagging necklines, droopy nasal tips and bagginess under the eyes all in the time period of a lunch hour, without any cutting or surgery.

Dr. Novick has developed a protocol for reconstituting the Botox, Dysport and Xeomin solutions that reduces the discomfort of these treatments. He is the developer of the nonsurgical 3D vectoring necklift, the nonsurgical 3D vectoring browlift and the nonsurgical 3D vectoring crow's feet lift, as well as a technique for stimulating repigmentation in hypopigmented spots.

In addition, Dr. Novick is currently investigating an in-office, minimally invasive surgical technique to stimulate hair regrowth in both men and women, and is also in the process of creating a variety of topical treatments that are enormously successful in maintaining hair density and promoting new hair growth.

For more information on Dr. Nelson Lee Novick and his practice, please visit YoungerLookingWithoutSurgery.com

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The Non-Surgical Rejuvenation Series:

Non-Surgical Rejuvenation: Dr. Novick on Non-Surgical Facelifts (Part 1)

Non-Surgical Rejuvenation: Dr. Novick on Non-Surgical Nose Jobs (Part 2)

Non-Surgical Rejuvenation: Dr. Novick on Non-Surgical Eye and Brow Lifts (Part 3)

Non-Surgical Rejuvenation: Dr. Novick on Non-Surgical Lip Enhancement (Part 4)

Talking Non-Surgical Neck Lifts (Part 5)

On Non-Surgical Chest Enhancement & Breast Lifting (Part 6)

Chatting About Non-Surgical Hand Rejuvenation (Part 7)

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See also:

Dr. Nelson Lee Novick on Skin Care and His Work

Dr. Nelson Lee Novick Responds to Botox Controversy

Q&A with Dr. Novick on Acne and Skin Health

Q&A with Dr. Novick on Non-Surgical Procedures

Minimally Invasive Lunchtime Beauty Fixes: Spider Veins & Broken Blood Vessels

Minimally Invasive Lunchtime Beauty Fixes: Scars

Minimally Invasive Lunchtime Beauty Fixes: Tattoo Removal

Minimally Invasive Lunchtime Beauty Fixes: Age Spots

Minimally Invasive Lunchtime Beauty Fixes: Cellulite and Stretch Marks

Minimally Invasive Lunchtime Beauty Fixes: Eliminating Discolorations, Shrinking Pores & Fading Flushing




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