From melanoma to Mohs surgery, we have innovated, invented, and pioneered new and improved techniques that have improved lives around the world. Proud to call northeast Florida home, Dr Kantor remains on faculty at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine--home of the nation's first medical school, first dermatology department, and the top-ranked dermatology training center in the world.
We know that skin conditions may be embarrassing--and skin cancer can be downright scary. Trust the friendliest staff around with your skin and we will show you the ridiculously friendly difference.
Ivy-league trained. Ivy-league faculty. As an innovator and pioneer in dermatology and dermatologic surgery, Dr Kantor's research has been cited everywhere from Fox News to Self, Prevention, and Reader's Digest. A frequent commentator on broadcast media, Dr Kantor speaks around the world, teaching doctors and surgeons reconstructive techniques.
Trained by dermatologists from Johns Hopkins and the University of Pennsylvania, Kristine has unmatched experience in medical dermatology, skin cancer detection, aesthetic medicine, and laser medicine.
She is also, of course, ridiculously friendly.
We didn't just learn the techniques. We invented many of them. In addition to being the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology International, Dr Kantor has authored more than 100 research publications, abstracts, and book chapters--not to mention three books published by McGraw-Hill--and his groundbreaking research on everything from the set-back suture technique to the ferritin compensation hypothesis and melanoma screening has been the subject of editorials in every major dermatology journal, from JAMA Dermatology to the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology and the Journal of Investigative Dermatology.