Dr. Doris Day, MD

Bio

I am Dr. Doris Day, a Sharecare expert, and I believe in looking your best at any age, with the most conservative, personalized, and gentle approach. My office is geared to offer the the highest quality care and the most advanced technology in cosmetic & laser treatments. In my practice I strive to take care of the whole person and every patient matters to me.

Specialties:

Affiliation:

  • NYU Langone Medical Center

Location:

  • Day Dermatology and Aesthetics
  • 10 East 70th Street, 1C
  • New York, NY
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  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Intrinsic aging is a process that happens to everyone. The rate at which intrinsic aging happens is determined by the genes you inherited from your family tree. However, the good news is that this natural process has relatively little to do with what causes your skin to look old. All of us over time gradually...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    The main sources of vitamin A are foods are from animals, especially eggs, organ meats, and whole milk dairy products. Since vitamin A is stored in fat, most foods that are high in vitamin A tend to be high in saturated fat and cholesterol. Some plants, such as carrots or broccoli, supply a pre-vitamin...Read More
  • Sharecare News
    Sharecare News posted a story about Oncology:

    FRIDAY, Sept. 19, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- U.S. military troops deployed to sunny climates may have an increased risk of skin cancer, according to a new study.

    Many returning troops reported getting sunburned while serving abroad, researchers revealed. In some cases, military personnel d...Full Article

  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    If you are in the habit of having more than one or two drinks a day, or if you binge drink at parties or on weekends, you’re not only endangering your health in general but you’re making your skin old before its time. Alcohol dehydrates you skin, thus depriving it of the moisture that makes for a...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Limit your use of processed and packaged food when you cook. Of course, your body does need some salt, but not much more than the equivalent of about a teaspoonful or less. Take a trip through your supermarket and read the ingredients lists on the labels of canned soups and vegetables, crackers and cereals,...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    This is one of the most important vitamins for the skin. It is in the family of ingredients called retinoids. Retinoids bind to special sites in the skin and help cells differentiate more normally. This is why so many products, both over-the-counter and prescription products, include vitamin A or...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Nails consist of the nail plate, which is the part you see; the cuticle, which is the tissue that covers the base of the plate; the nail bed, which is the skin beneath the nail plate; the nail folds, the skin that supports the nails on all three sides; the lunula; which is the “moon” at the base of the...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Simply put, when skin-enhancing nutrients are ingested and absorbed into your bloodstream, they are delivered to your skin cells. Your skin needs all the nutritional help it can get because oxygen and blood carrying vital supplies of nutrients are re-routed away from your skin when you body perceives an emergency such as extreme...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    As a general rule, medium to short hair has an uplifting effect on the face. Longer styles tend to emphasize wrinkles and they’re usually too girlish for anyone with mature skin. The exception is long hair pulled away from the face and into a French twist or chignon. In fact, catching your hair in a clip or...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Scrubs are exfoliators and they should be used no more than once a week. Start with a clean face.

    1. Healing Oatmeal-Aloe Vera Scrub

    ½ cup raw oatmeal
    ¼ cup organic dark honey
    1 tsp. extra virgin olive oil
    1 tsp. aloe vera gel

    Mix ingredients in blender to desired consistency. Blend briefly...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Spend a few minutes once a month to give yourself a thorough once-over to check for skin cancer. Do this in daylight lighting in front of a full length mirror. It is a good idea to do your breast self-exam on the same day. If you see any changes in your existing moles or if you spot new moles or non-healing...Read More
  • Sharecare News
    Sharecare News posted a story about Dermatology:

    FRIDAY, Sept. 5, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- A growing knowledge of the skin disease called psoriasis is leading to greater treatment choices, including personalized therapies, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration reports.

    Psoriasis is an immune system disorder that causes overproduction of...Full Article

  • Sharecare News
    Sharecare News posted a story about Oncology:

    THURSDAY, Sept. 4, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Keytruda (pembrolizumab) has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat advanced melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer.

    Melanoma, accounting for about 5 percent of new cancers in the United States, is expected to be diagnos...Full Article

  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Many of the “natural” herbal remedies on the market today have never been tested, and may give you disappointing or sometimes even dangerous results. Certain herbal remedies can be good and of course they have been around for centuries. Still, there are two major concerns that need to be addressed...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    The most important sign that a mole or beauty mark should be removed is change. A mole that has been there for years that now looks different is a mole that should be biopsied. New moles can develop even after childhood and a general rule that we use as a guideline is that you can make new moles...Read More