Susan C. Taylor, M.D. is a renowned cosmetic dermatologist located in Philadelphia, PA and has been a leader in skin care for over 20 years. Dr. Taylor diagnoses and treats a broad range of skin disorders and skin cancers. Society Hill Dermatology offers enhancement procedures to improve, revitalize and rejuvenate skin, improve appearance and accentuate an aesthetically natural look.
Dr. Taylor has provided instruction for other dermatologists as an Assistant Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Associate Faculty of the School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Taylor has lectured internationally about dermatological issues to audiences of other dermatologists, North and South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East including Saudi Arabia.
“Dr. Taylor is the Michaelangelo of cosmetic dermatologists. She administered Juverderm and essentially gave me back my face. I walked out of her office with instant results: ten years younger.”
- S from Center City-
“Dr. Taylor referred me to another dermatologist for a laser treatment not offered in her office. This doctor is known as a "leading laser specialist" and I was impressed that Dr. Taylor was proactive in making the referral. When the laser doctor looked at my face, he commented that I did not need botox or fillers because my face looked great. That was when I revealed that Dr. Taylor had treated me with both Botox and Juviderm. The specialist remarked that Dr. Taylor did a spectacular job resulting in a completely natural appearance. Dr. Taylor always says that she wants me to be my best self and when she treats my skin, I am confident that I will look naturally good.”
Society Hill Dermatology is seeking men and women to participate in a clinical study of an investigational treatment for frown lines on the forehead. Participants would receive the study related treatments and examination at no cost.
If you are interested, please call RoseMarie at 215.351.0251 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Dermatologist Dr. Susan Taylor visits TODAY for Tamron’s Tuesday Trend and highlights products and ingredients that will help improve your skin including masks and sunscreen.
If you have moderate to severe nasolabial folds you may be eligible for participation in a voluntary research study for the treatment of your nasolabial folds with dermal fillers.
Participants must be at least 22 years of age and in good health.
To find out more about the study, please contact Rosemarie Pharo:
Society Hill Dermatology
932 Pine Street
Psychotherapist and behavioral sleep consultant Richard Shane, Ph.D., speaks with Dr. Taylor about the "Sleep Easily" method. "Sleep Easily" is a simple way to learn the body sensations of sleep, become calmer and fall asleep (or fall back asleep) quickly/more easily so that you can achieve deeper slumber.
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