Princeton Dermatology Associates is moving to a new, state-of-the-art office at 1950 Route 27 in North Brunswick, less than a half mile down the road from its current location in Somerset.

Sola Choi, M.D. has joined Princeton Dermatology Associates, and will be practicing out of the new North Brunswick office, which is expected to open on June 30. Dr. Choi will handle adult and pediatric dermatology, as well as dermatologic surgery, such as the removal of skin cancers, moles and other skin growths.

“We are extremely pleased to welcome Dr. Choi,” said practice founder Roderick T. Kaufmann Jr., M.D. “ She has a great background and the right experience for our practice and patients”

Dr. Choi earned her M.D. from Harvard Medical School. She did her dermatology residency at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. She practiced dermatology in Massachusetts and northern New Jersey before coming to Princeton Dermatology Associates.

Dr. Choi joins David A. Wrone, M.D., who specializes in Mohs Surgery, at the North Brunswick site. Mohs is a same-day surgery predominantly done for facial cancers. According to Dr. Kaufmann, it is a conservative way to approach and treat cancers with minimal pain and quick healing. Mohs clears the cancer from the site with adequate margins, and restorative or reconstructive surgery can be done simultaneously.

All Princeton Dermatology Associates offices also provide cosmetic services “Approximately 80 percent of cosmetic procedures now are non surgical,” Dr. Kaufmann explained. “And although Botox is still number one, fillers like Juviderm, Sculptra, Restylane , Evolence, and Radiesse, are in high demand.”

The benefits of non-surgical techniques are persuasive. Not only is there less downtime, but it is also much less expensive. Most procedures can be done at lunchtime with great results. Doctors Kaufmann and Wrone are skilled at using all these techniques and often combine them to achieve the desired look.

Dr. Wrone will continue to provide cosmetic services in North Brunswick, while Dr. Kaufmann and Dr. Wrone handle the cosmetic procedures in the Princeton office. Dr. Kaufmann is available to provide these services at the other three offices.

To determine the best course of action, a Princeton Dermatology Associates physician evaluates each patient, discussing the patient’s goals and objectives. The doctor then makes a recommendation based on the assessment on how best to accomplish what the patient would like to achieve.

Princeton Dermatology Associates was established more than two decades ago by Dr. Kaufmann to provide specialized care for the skin, ranging from medically necessary treatments for various skin conditions such as acne, rashes, sun damage and skin cancer, as well as cosmetic services. The practice also houses the Aesthetics Center of Princeton, which provides a wide range of medically supervised clinical and cosmetic services for the public. The practice takes most insurances.

Princeton Dermatology Associates. Somerset office relocating on June 30 to 1950 Highway 27, North Brunswick. 732-297-8866. Fax: 732-821-0626.

Princeton Shopping Center, 301 North Harrison Street, Suite 1E, Princeton. 609-683-4999. Fax: 609-683-0298.

Pennington Point West, 2 Tree Farm Road, Suite A-110, Pennington, 609-737-4491. Fax: 609-737-4496.

Monroe Centre at Foresgate, 5 Centre Drive, Suite 1A, Monroe Township. 609-655-4544. Fax: 609-655-2390.

Pheasants Landing, 311 Amwell Road, Hillsborough. 908-281-6633. Fax: 908-281-6691.

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