We are accepting new patients and we typically have availability within the same week!

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Did you know that the coronavirus can
affect your skin?

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Research has documented reports of skin symptoms ranging from "COVID toes" to hair loss, and different types of rashes.

Some skin symptoms appear soon after infection, while others arise later or in more severe cases of COVID-19. Most get better with time.

Researchers are also starting to work out what causes these skin conditions, whether it's the body's immune response to infection, or whether hormones are involved. We can help identify and treat any symptoms that you may be experiencing. Reach out to us at (609) 337-7643 to schedule your appointment with Dr. Kupetsky.

Full-Body Wellness
Starts Here

Let Wellness Dermatology in Lawrenceville, NJ
help you reach your health goals

Many people believe that physical, mental and emotional health and wellness are closely interconnected. This logic implies that improving your physical health will also lead to positive mental changes. At Wellness Dermatology in Lawrenceville, NJ, we believe in treating the whole person.

Our board certified dermatologist provides treatments that are more than just skin-deep to help you live a healthier, more fulfilling life. Schedule an appointment today to learn more about what we can do for you.


Health and wellness | Medical dermatology | Surgical dermatology | Cosmetic dermatology | Skin Cancer |Medical spa | Acne treatment | Eczema treatement | Microblading

We serve the following communities - Bedminster, Bensalem, Blooming Glen, Bristol, Buckingham, Carversville, Chalfont, Croydon, Danboro, Doylestown, Dublin, Durham, Erwinna, Fairless Hills, Feasterville Trevose, Ferndale, Forest Grove, Fountainville, Furlong, Hilltown, Holicong, Jamison, Kintnersville, Lahaska, Langhorne, Levittown, Line Lexington, Lumberville, Mechanicsville, Milford Square, Morrisville, New Hope, Newtown, Ottsville, Penns Park, Perkasie, Pineville, Pipersville, Plumsteadville, Point Pleasant, Quakertown, Revere, Richboro, Richlandtown, Riegelsville, Rushland, Sellersville, Silverdale, Solebury, Southampton, Spinnerstown, Springtown, Trumbauersville, Upper Black Eddy, Warminster, Warrington, Washington Crossing, Wycombe, Zionhill

We take your health seriously

If you've been looking for a dermatologist in the Lawrenceville, NJ area, you've come to the right place. When you schedule an appointment at Wellness Dermatology, you'll:

Meet one-on-one with a board-certified dermatologist

Work with a staff who truly cares about your health and wellness

Put together a treatment plan from a wide range of services

Our passion for improving patients' lives informs everything we do. Reach out today to discover the difference that working with a kind, caring staff can make.

Find the right dermatology services for you

You may not know exactly how to solve your skin, hair and nail problems, but meeting with a board-certified dermatologist is a good first step to take. Visit Wellness Dermatology if you're interested in:

Medical dermatology
Surgical dermatology
Cosmetic dermatology
Medical spa treatments
Spa facial treatments

We'll work with you to put together a personalized health and wellness plan. Call today to get the process stared.

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Botox & Fillers

Botox-A, a neurotoxin is helpful for the treatment of crow's feet and forehead lines. Patients generally tolerate this treatment well and experienced a relaxed and refreshed look. Botox is typically needed every 3-4 months. Botox-A is not covered by insurance.


Psoriasis, a chronic, benign, non-contagious skin inflammation that presents itself in the form of a rash characterized by redness and fixed silvery scales on the scalp, elbows, backs of knees, buttocks, and lower back, as well as around the ear canal.Oftentimes a genetic predisposition exists. Psoriasis can also sometimes affect the joints-a painful condition known as psoriatic arthritis that presents with morning joint pain/stiffness and swelling. Factors such as stress, infections, obesity, alcoholism, smoking and certain medications can cause symptoms to worsen. Treatment involves identifying the severity of the disease to determine the best treatment option and avoiding risk factors. Typically, the treatment starts with topical corticosteroids and can also involve oral medications or injectable medications.



Acne Vulgaris (more commonly known as acne), a common skin condition of adolescence. During this time, hormones often causes the skin to produce excess sebum, combined with irritation of hair follicles and bacteria on the surface of the skin leading to the outbreak of acne. Hormonal changes can also occur in older women and produce acne after age 30. For these patients and for women whose acne especially flares right before menses, a treatment regimen will be tailored to treat this issue.