Louis Vogel, MD

Dermatology

Dermatology

16 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016, USA

Doctorpedia Profile

Dr. Vogel has been a practicing Dermatologist for almost 30 years during which time he has successfully treated thousands of patients of almost every condition and type, from complicated life threatening illnesses to simple cosmetic procedures, giving the same high level of service to walk-in patients at the Bellevue clinic, royalty, and everyone in between. Dr. Vogel has been an Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at New York University Medical Center since 1983. Dr. Vogel is constantly endeavoring to bring to Dermatological Care the best of both traditional and alternative medicine. With your cooperation he will try to help you to achieve the best possible in healthy skin.



Education

  • Residency in Dermatology - New York University Medical Center

  • Residency in Internal Medicine - New York University Medical Center

  • Internship in Internal Medicine - New York University Medical Center

  • MD - Boston University

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Dermatology

  • American Board of Internal Medicine

Areas of Expertise

  • Acne

  • Anti-Aging

  • Botox

  • Chemical Peels

  • Laser Hair Removal

  • Mole Removal

  • Pigmentation Problems

  • Juvederm

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Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Acute Urticaria – Overview

Hives or urticaria are itchy, raised welts that are found on the skin. They’re frequently caused by an allergic reaction to medication or food. It can sting as well as be painful. Burning, itching or...

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Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria – Conclusion

The patient’s quality of life with urticaria is severely impaired. Consequently, management of disease should be expeditious. Trigger factors should be avoided. Underlying disease should be identified and controlled if possible, and aggressive pharmacologic treatment...

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Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Acute Urticaria – Treatment

The first and most important step is if there’s a known cause, eliminate that exposure. For example, avoiding nuts and even products that were produced in a facility processing nuts will be beneficial. For adult...

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Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria – Treatment

As with acute urticaria, anyone with difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, swelling of the lips or throat, tightness of the chest, or dizziness, should seek immediate medical attention. As in acute urticaria, avoiding triggers such...

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Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria – Overview

While most cases of urticaria or hives are self-limited and end within six weeks, there are cases of hives that persist. This is known as chronic spontaneous urticaria. As with acute urticaria, burning, itching or...

Watch and Share
Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria – Diagnosis

Diagnosis and causes. When hives of unknown cause lasts longer than six weeks, certain diagnostic tests are indicated. These are performed by a healthcare professional and include tests that measure blood count, level of thyroid...

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Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria – Causes

There are some notable triggering agents. Foods, the most common foods that can cause hives are nuts, fish, eggs, fresh berries, milk, and certain food additives. Although anyone can be sensitive to anything. Medications, antibiotics,...

Watch and Share
Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Acute Urticaria – Overview

Hives or urticaria are itchy, raised welts that are found on the skin. They’re frequently caused by an allergic reaction to medication or food. It can sting as well as be painful. Burning, itching or...

Watch and Share
Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria – Conclusion

The patient’s quality of life with urticaria is severely impaired. Consequently, management of disease should be expeditious. Trigger factors should be avoided. Underlying disease should be identified and controlled if possible, and aggressive pharmacologic treatment...

Watch and Share
Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Acute Urticaria – Treatment

The first and most important step is if there’s a known cause, eliminate that exposure. For example, avoiding nuts and even products that were produced in a facility processing nuts will be beneficial. For adult...

Watch and Share
Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria – Treatment

As with acute urticaria, anyone with difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, swelling of the lips or throat, tightness of the chest, or dizziness, should seek immediate medical attention. As in acute urticaria, avoiding triggers such...

Watch and Share
Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria – Overview

While most cases of urticaria or hives are self-limited and end within six weeks, there are cases of hives that persist. This is known as chronic spontaneous urticaria. As with acute urticaria, burning, itching or...

Watch and Share
Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria – Diagnosis

Diagnosis and causes. When hives of unknown cause lasts longer than six weeks, certain diagnostic tests are indicated. These are performed by a healthcare professional and include tests that measure blood count, level of thyroid...

Watch and Share
Louis Vogel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria – Causes

There are some notable triggering agents. Foods, the most common foods that can cause hives are nuts, fish, eggs, fresh berries, milk, and certain food additives. Although anyone can be sensitive to anything. Medications, antibiotics,...

Watch and Share
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