In The Media

Dr. Kilmer quoted in New York Times article on CoolSculpting

The New York Times quoted Dr. Suzanne Kilmer in an article on CoolSculpting. Dr. Kilmer is an expert on CoolSculpting and has been a long term medical board member for Zeltiq, the company that developed CoolSculpting. Written by Ann Carrns, it was published online and in print on July 13, 2017. “Suzanne Kilmer, founder of the Laser… Read More »


Dr. Kilmer’s wins 2014 ASDS Iron Surgeon

The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) has honored our very own, Dr. Suzanne Kilmer as the 2014 Iron Surgeon at its annual meeting in San Diego. The Iron Surgeon competition is about providing the highest level of education combined with cutting-edge, unique entertainment. The winners are voted by the audience. Participating in one of… Read More »



Laser & Skin Supports National Radiation Mark Removal Program

Sacramento Based Practice Joins Hundreds of Laser Professionals in Offering Free Radiation Mark Removal The Laser & Skin Surgery Center of Northern California has volunteered in the New Beginnings: Radiation Mark Removal Program, a national philanthropic campaign, coordinated by the American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery, Inc. (ASLMS), offering free radiation mark removal for… Read More »


Dermatologists Urge Early Use Of Conservative Wrinkle-Fighting Interventions

Early conservative use of wrinkle-fighting interventions such as neuromodulators (Botox, Dysport and Xeomin), fillers, and light or laser treatments will preserve youthful-looking skin.  Two cosmetic dermatologists, Heather K. Hamilton, MD and Kenneth A. Arndt, MD argue in an opinion piece published online in JAMA Dermatology. Read the summarized article by Charles Bankhead for Medpage Today here.




Rethinking the ink: More people opt for laser tattoo removal

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —It’s the ultimate form of buyer’s remorse, with no returns or exchanges: Permanent tattoos. And more people these days are realizing the cost of changing their minds. Tribal art, Chinese characters, and significant others’ names – all once popular forms of self-expression — are now not so “cool,” according to Greg Puzon,… Read More »



FDA: Benefits of regular sunscreen use far outweigh potential risks

The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Response to the Release of the Final FDA Monograph The Skin Cancer Foundation applauds the FDA for issuing its Final Sunscreen Monograph. According to the FDA, sunscreen ingredients are safe, and the benefit of regular sunscreen use far outweigh any potential risks. Sun protection is an important public health issue, and… Read More »