Bruce P.Robinson, MD

Dr. Bruce Robinson was chosen one of NY Top Docs again! Top Doctor is a strictly "merit- based" qualification review process, recognizing Dr. Robinson's ability, experience & skill in his field of specialty, dermatology. Dr. Robinson is proud to do what he truly loves everyday. His board-certified, NYC upper east side dermatology practice is based on relationship medicine, dedicated to providing personalized attention and excellent patient care. The Dermatology Practice of Bruce Robinson, M.D., specializes in adult and pediatric dermatology, dermatologic surgery, cosmetic dermatology and laser surgery. Providing customized treatment plans tailored to improve each patient's condition while helping them reach their goals.

Dr. Bruce Robinson, nominated by his peers & recognized as the best in his field to the Super Doctors New York-2022 for the second consecutive year. Every year MSP Communications compiles a list  of SuperDoctors in New York, physicians that have been practicing for over 10 years are listed in a special advertising section in the New York Times Magazine.  These rankings are compiled from thousands of recommendations by physicians in the New York area and represent approximately 5% of the area’s physicians.

Fussy groomers today have their pick of multitasking gels and balms and liquids that hydrate, exfoliate, and even tone skin. Here, grooming experts and dermatologists including Dr Bruce Robinson point out the best aftershaves for a range of skin types. The article appears in New York Magazine's The Strategist column.

Asian tiger mosquitos are an aggressive new species that are hard to stop, hard to get rid of, and an increasing annoyance. Dr Robinson told the Wall Street Journal that to reduce the chances of getting bitten, the best personal protection comes from products that contain DEET. His advice can be found on the Wall Street Journal website.

The New York Times turned to Bruce Robinson for answers on why fingernails grow, and what influences their growth. He noted that nails “reach their peak growth in the second and third decades, with a slight decline thereafter.” For the reasons why, visit the NY Times website.

Dr. Robinson discusses how honey is a natural antibacterial, prevents infection, expedites healing and is a natural skin clarifier in this article on the benefits of natural honey for  He discusses how honey, a natural anti-oxidant, acts as an anti-aging agent.

US News and World Report recently interviewed Dr Bruce Robinson for an article entitled: "Surprising Things That Can Increase Sun Sensitivity"

Melanoma is serious. Fortunately, evaluating that spot on your skin for the possibility of skin cancer is as easy as A-B-C-D-E. That's what Amanda MacMillan of found out when she interviewed Dr. Bruce Robinson about the topic.

Tick bite symptoms don’t always show up to warn you that you’ve got Lyme disease, but you do need to pay attention to them. Bruce Robinson, MD, a clinical professor of dermatology at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, describes what you need to look out for in this Healthyway article.

To put commonly overlooked skin-care superstars on your radar, we tapped board-certified dermatologists, including Dr. Bruce Robinson, to give us the lowdown on the best-of-the-best products to lay your hands on this winter... 

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