Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. - Sep 11, 2018 - The world of cosmetic dermatology is glamorous, highly specialized, and very competitive. The demand for aesthetic therapies and skin treatments are at an all-time high as clients continue to strive for a personal standard of beauty. This book brings together some of the top cosmetic physicians in the nation, who each share unique approaches to aesthetic medicine with readers. Of all the accomplished physicians featured in the book, top cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Robyn Siperstein is highlighted for artistry and amazing work in this arena.
In the newly released book, author Beth Benton Buckley touches on the professional and personal aspects of each doctor’s life. The physicians offer readers personal advice on choosing between surgical and non-surgical procedures and provide a rare glimpse into the passions and personal lives of each doctor. In the case of Dr. Robyn Siperstein, art is one such passion. Apart from the artistic approach Robyn utilizes in a busy practice as a celebrated cosmetic dermatologist, Robyn also finds great joy in creating abstract paintings and sculptures as an accomplished artist.
Beauty is anything that gives you pleasure or joy to look at.
The philosophy behind Dr. Siperstein’s approach to beauty and cosmetic dermatology is one of continual research and growth. The topic of beauty is an ever-evolving construct and to ensure success in this field, Dr. Siperstein is committed to incessant learning and expanding an already impressive skill set and knowledge in a quest to achieve the most optimal results for patients with less downtime. Thus far, Robyn’s approach to honing skills and knowledge has paid off, with a boutique practice that continues to grow in popularity. “Beauty is anything that gives you pleasure or joy to look at,” Dr. Robyn Siperstein said.
Dr. Robyn Siperstein is one of only 15 of the elite cosmetic medicine specialists highlighted in the book, and her contribution is proving to be as colorful and interesting as the woman herself. Source :
Siperstein Dermatology Group