DermOne Opens New Vein Care Center in Northfield, NJ

Source: DermOne.com
DermOne Dermatology, Cosmetic, & Scarless Vein Care Centers have opened a new location in Northfield NJ.
They specialize in the minimally invasive treatment of varicose vein diseasem and also has the capability to provide services to patients seeking Dermatology care. The added service lines aid their commitment to provide patients with ample services in a single location. The new center will be led by Dr. David Feng and is located at 200 Tilton Road.
“The treatment of venous disease employing enhanced methods is a brilliant and electrifying recipe,” said Dr. Feng, an interventional radiologist. “DermOne has provided me with the resources to exceed patient expectations, never losing sight of the fact that quality care leads to positive patient experiences.”
Dr. Feng is well-known as one of New Jersey’s most successful and experienced minimally invasive, endovascular specialists. He is a fellowship-trained Vascular & Interventional Radiologist, and has been a pioneer in the field of image-guided, percutaneous surgical alternatives.
For over a decade, Dr. Feng has served as the Medical Director of the Vascular & Interventional Radiology service at Ocean Medical Center in Brick, NJ. There, he has performed over 15,000 image-guided, minimally invasive procedures, of which over 5000 have been endovascular procedures ranging from angioplasty to embolization to stent placement to venous and arterial revascularization. As an expert in non-surgical treatment of venous disease, Dr. Feng is proud and excited to offer his services to the people of NJ through DermOne’s newest comprehensive patient-care center in Northfield, NJ.

To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-730-5347 or visit http://dermone.com.

DermOne is a multi-specialty group that is rapidly becoming the neighborhood dermatology and vein care center of choice, operatingmore than 40 offices in 5 states. DermOne offers a full suite of skin care services to meet all patients needs, including the treatment of venous insufficiency, general dermatology, pathology, Mohs surgery, and radiotherapy.

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