The Boston University Cosmetic & Laser Center is serious about beauty. The Center’s distinguished physicians are industry-leading, board-certified dermatologists with advanced training in the most sophisticated and specialized aesthetic and dermatological procedures. This gives patients instant access to the latest treatments and technologies to help ensure beautiful results.

Specialties

The clinical experts at the BU Cosmetic & Laser Center specialize in cosmetic and laser treatments for a wide range of aesthetic and dermatologic issues, including: 

  • Acne scar treatments 
  • Facial rejuvenation 
  • Hair removal 
  • Leg vein treatment 
  • Non-invasive fat removal
  • Rosacea treatments
  • Scar treatment (burn scars and surgical scars) 
  • Stretch mark treatments 
  • Broken blood vessels and red spots
  • Brown spots and skin discoloration 
  • Wrinkle and fine line treatment

Contact Us

725 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
8th Floor, Suite 8B
Shapiro Center
617.414.2676

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8AM - 11:00 AM, Thursday 8 AM - 3:30 PM

Treatments & Services

Botox

Botox®, the cosmetic form of botulinum toxin, is a popular non-surgical injection that temporarily reduces or eliminates frown lines, forehead creases, crow's feet near the eyes, and wrinkles and bands in the neck.

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Dermatologic Fillers

Used to reduce wrinkles and signs of aging on the face. Brands used include Restylane®, Perlane®, Radiesse®, and Juvederm®.

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Cool Sculpting

An innovative, non-invasive, and clinically proven method to reduce body fat in areas that aren’t responsive to exercise or dieting.

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Laser therapy

This is a medical treatment that uses focused light. Surgeons can focus on a small area and damage less of the surrounding tissue. Patients who have laser therapy may experience less pain, swelling, and scarring than with traditional surgery.

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Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT), also called photoradiation therapy, phototherapy, and photochemotherapy, has existed for about 100 years and is a type of cancer treatment that uses light to kill abnormal cells. A special drug called a photosensitizer or photosensitizing agent is circulated through the bloodstream.

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Our Team

The Center’s renowned physicians have authored numerous scientific publications and have lectured extensively. Professional, experienced staff aid patients before, during, and after each visit. Boston Medical Center's Dermatology Associates, also at the Center, care for patients’ general dermatology needs including acne, rashes, and skin examinations to evaluate moles.

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