Robert D. Murgia III, DO, FAAD, is a fellowship-trained cosmetic dermatologic surgeon and board-certified dermatologist, who practices adult and pediatric dermatology. Dr. Murgia was born and raised on Boston’s North Shore and is thrilled to return home.

Dr. Murgia completed an American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery Fellowship at Maryland Dermatology, Laser, Skin, and Vein under the mentorship of Robert Weiss, MD, a world-renowned leader in the field. During his fellowship, he received advanced training in the use of neuromodulators, such as Botox and Dysportfiller injectionslaser and energy-based devices for skin rejuvenation, non-invasive body contouring, and varicose vein treatments.

Dr. Murgia’s clinical interests include non-invasive cosmetic procedures and vein treatments, advances in lasers and energy-based devices for clinical applications, and medical and surgical dermatology, with an emphasis placed on skin cancer prevention and treatment, acnepsoriasis, and rosacea.

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Double Chin

Also known as submental fat, a double chin is often an embarrassing issue for men and women alike.

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Eyelashes – Insufficient

Are you are unhappy with the appearance of your eyelashes? Whether due to genetics, a medical condition, or other reasons, insufficient eyelashes may cause you to feel self-conscious.

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Facial Volume Loss

Age-related volume loss shows in a variety of ways on your face. Thinning lips, deep nasolabial folds,

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Frown Lines

Is there a stubborn frown line living between your eyebrows? Even when you are not frowning,

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Moles are growths on the skin that can be flesh-colored, brown, or black. A mole can appear anywhere on the skin, alone or in groups.

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Nevus of Ota

Nevus of Ota is the existence of excessive melanocytes in the tissues on or around the eye.

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Rosacea is a skin disease that causes redness and pimples on your nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead.

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The appearance of scars varies, depending on what caused them, how your body heals as a result, your natural skin tone, and the location on the body.

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Seborrheic Keratosis

Seborrheic keratosis is a quite common skin growth that can look like a wart, pre-cancerous skin growth (actinic keratosis) or skin cancer.

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Spider Veins

New laser technology now provides an effective and safe means to treat spider veins, particularly on the face.

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Stretch Marks

Stretch marks (striae distensa) are the streaky lines that develop on the skin, especially on the abdomen and legs.

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Sweating – Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is the medical term used to describe excessive sweating.

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Tattoos – Unwanted

Living with unwanted tattoos can be troublesome. They are especially concerning if they are located on an area of your body that is seen every day.

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Thin Lips

Thin lips describe a common concern among women and men, even at an early age. Around the 30s, you might notice that your lips becoming thinner and deflated.

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Unwanted Fat

Like with all unwanted fat that creeps up on our bodies, excess belly, back and chin fat are concerns that become more prevalent with age.

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Wrinkles are caused by a combination of repetitive facial movements, skin laxity, and a loss of collagen.

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