Thomas Jefferson University
Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Biology

Saedi, Nazanin

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Nazanin Saedi, MD

Nazanin Saedi, MD

Contact Dr. Saedi

833 Chestnut Street
Suite 740
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6680
(215) 923-2372 fax

Medical School

George Washington University School of Medicine - 2007


University of California, Irvine


Skin Care Physicians

Board Certification


Hospital Appointment

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital


Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Patient perception of beauty on social media: Professional and bioethical obligations in esthetics
  2. Preinjection aspiration for injectable fillers in aesthetic dermatology: Trust or bust?
  3. Oral collagen supplementation for skin aging: A fad or the future?
  4. Platelet-rich plasma for facial rejuvenation: An early examination
  5. Utility of platelet-rich plasma for treatment of striae distensae: A current exploration
  6. Understanding aesthetic interest in oral collagen peptides: A 5-year national assessment
  7. Public social media consultations for dermatologic conditions: an online survey
  8. Oral collagen, stem cells, and platelet-rich plasma in aesthetics: A national consumer survey
  9. Sterility and cost of gloves during Mohs micrographic surgery: Sterile or peril?
  10. Microneedling and PRP for acne scars: A new tool in our arsenal
  11. The rise of stem cells in skin rejuvenation: a new frontier
  12. Utility of Preinjection Aspiration for Hyaluronic Fillers: A Novel In Vivo Human Evaluation
  13. Fellowship Selection Criteria for Procedural and Cosmetic Dermatology
  14. Stem cells in aesthetic dermatology: bioethical and professional obligations
  15. Variations in pain perception during the menstrual cycle: implications for esthetic procedures
  16. Whole- and partial-body cryotherapy in aesthetic dermatology: Evaluating a trendy treatment
  17. Treatment of acne scars with PRP and laser therapy: an up-to-date appraisal
  18. Bakuchiol as a trendy ingredient in skincare: Recent evidence
  19. The growing trend of cannabidiol in skincare products
  20. Q-Switched Alexandrite Laser and Topical 20% Monobenzyl Ester of Hydroquinone Removal of Tacrolimus-Induced Repigmentation (After Complete Depigmentation with 20% Monobenzyl Ether of Hydroquinone)