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Pariser Dermatologist Specialists Opens A New Office in New Town

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JAMES CITY-A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on June 17 for Pariser Dermatology Specialists, which recently opened a new office on Courthouse Street in New Town. The new location will offer general dermatology services, and also includes an expanded suite of cosmetic dermatology services.

The new location is the seventh office in Hampton Roads for Pariser, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. Pariser, which first opened in Norfolk in 1946, also has another location in the Williamsburg area on Bulifants Boulevard.

“Our plan is to offer a more concierge-like patient experience with a focus on the patient experience,” said Practice Administrator Carol Seymour in a statement. “Our vision is for a couple to come in together. While one gets a suspicious mole removed, the other enjoys a facial or a laser treatment.”  

While Pariser’s top priority is to promote healthy skin, it also recognizes the growing demand for cosmetic services and wants to be able to provide those services to patients in a beautiful, convenient setting.

“We have paid attention to detail in every aspect of this office, from the inviting color scheme to the back door exit for privacy and convenience,” said Seymour.

Dr. Lauren Barnes, a general dermatologist with additional training in cosmetics, will head up the new office in New Town. In addition to general dermatology services, Barnes will provide other services such as Botox, facial fillers, laser treatments, CoolSculpting and a new treatment for cellulite. Aesthetic services such as facials, dermaplaning, and laser treatments will also be available.

Patients can book appointments at the New Town office now.  Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8am until 5pm.

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