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Nicole Hayre Ph.D.

Cosmetic Dermatology Center

United States

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At the Cosmetic Dermatology Center, PLC, Dr. Nicole Hayre leads a team of professional skin care experts to help patients get the most advanced, effective treatments available. One of these new options is photodynamic therapy, a treatment for stubborn acne and pre-cancerous skin lesions. The use of photodynamic therapy involves the activation of Levulan, a medication that uses 5-aminolevulinic acid, by an intense pulsed light or BLU-U light treatment. These processes can result in the skin turning pink for a few days, so Dr. Nicole Hayre recommends that patients plan accordingly. Photodynamic therapy also provides some other noted benefits, such as stimulating the growth of collagen, restoring the skin, and shrinking skin pores. Another treatment offered by Dr. Nicole Hayre is sclerotherapy, which she uses to address spider veins on the legs, a problem that is usually hereditary and most often occurs in women. Sclerotherapy remains the most effective treatment of spider veins and has proven to produce better results than laser treatments.


Dr. Nicole Hayre has authored and co-authored a number of works that have been published in scientific journals over the years, such as “Molecular Cloning, Structure, and Chromosomal Localization of the Human Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase Gene,” which appeared in the Journal of Biological Chemistry. She has also made many presentations for prestigious associations, such as the American Thyroid Association, the European Society for Dermatological Research, the Endocrine Society, and the American Academy of Dermatology. Dr. Nicole Hayre graduated from MIT and The George Washington University’s School of Medicine and the Health Sciences.

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