Dr Eric Treiber Dr. Eric is board certified dermatologist offering medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology services. Dr. Eric is licensed dermatologist in the State of NY.
175 Purchase Street
NEW YORK, Rye New York, NY 10580 New York
Dr Eric Treiber
Dr. Eric is board certified dermatologist offering medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology services. Dr. Eric is licensed dermatologist in the State of NY. I had never seen Dr. Eric S. Treiber before. He was very kind and informative and took the time to answer my questions in detail. I appreciated his honesty and will certainly see him again. Dr. Eric S. Treiber is very thorough in terms of examining me. He is caring and thorough and very professional. Dr. Eric S. Treiber is an excellent diagnostician. I came in for a cosmetic procedure. Just wanted to look youthful. He has a very artistic eye and knows. Drs like Dr Treiber do not exist anymore so if you can snatch an appointment with her I suggest you take it!. She's an expert in her field with a prodigious bedside manner. Thank you Dr Treiber for you! Cannot say anything less than great for Dr Treiber. She is a wonderful and accurate derm. Dr. Ruth is an exceptional physician. She is honest, thorough and devoted to her patients. Her staff is warm and welcoming, and I adore Cathy, her nurse. I've had several serious skin issues and i always trust that with Dr. Ruth, i am in capable hands. Dr Ruth Treibor is an incredibly talented and patient skin doctor and has identified problems that others missed. She is also extremely thorough and detailed and keep close track of every mark and blemish for safety and as a result as identified many early stage issues which she has been able to treat before they became a real problem. She is incredibly proactive and also helps me keep up with new ways of improving my skin tone and preventing further damage as I get older. She's the best! Dr Ruth Treiber is not only a well rounded dermatologist who is knowledgeable in every aspect of dermatology but she is also such a caring person. My dermatologist for over 10yrs . She has made me feel and look beautiful for every time I have been there. She has always guided me with her expertise in all her beauty enhancing services. I love her work and how it makes me feel when I leave her office. I would never leave her. Christine D.
Rating: 4 / 5 stars


Botulinum A toxin (BOTOX Cosmetic®) injection is used in the cosmetic treatment of active facial wrinkles and creases between the eyebrows (glabellar frown lines), on the forehead, and around the eyes. It causes temporary but prolonged relaxation of the muscles into which it is injected. It can smooth the chin and lip lines and may help lift the corners of the mouth.

Botulinum A toxin (BOTOX Cosmetic®) is a natural protein derived from a specific strain of bacteria. The product is purified and standardized for safe medical use when injected by trained physicians. Botulinum A toxin has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for years for the treatment of eyelid spasm, muscle spasm causing crossed eyes, as well as for correcting one-sided facial muscle spasm. Botulinum A toxin has also been used cosmetically to soften expression lines and creases on the upper face since the 1990's. BOTOX Cosmetic® was finally approved in 2002 by the FDA for use in the glabellar area (between the eyebrows) and more recently to relax crow's feet near the eyes. Since then, physicians have expanded the use of BOTOX Cosmetic® to include relaxing forehead creases as well as other "off-label" areas like the chin and lip lines, with excellent results. Botox is also used therapeutically by dermatologists to treat severe sweating (hyperhidrosis) of the armpits and palms and by other specialists to improve some cases of migraines and muscle spasms.

Injections of BOTOX Cosmetic® into specific facial muscles cause those muscles to decrease the strength of their contraction, thereby improving the appearance of overlying wrinkles during motion and ultimately at rest. This softening is temporary, lasting from 3-9 months. Most patients return for reinjection as the benefit wears off to maintain visible improvement. There is no way to guarantee specific results or duration of effect in individual cases.

Alternative options for treatment include injection of either small particle dermal fillers or the surgical excision of the muscles, usually through a brow-lift incision by a plastic surgeon.

Localized bruising is probably the most common adverse event. We try to avoid bruising with ice packs applied before and after the injections and by extended pressure on areas at risk for bruising. If your medical doctor feels it is safe for you to do so, you can lower your risk of bruising by avoiding aspirin, aspirin-containing medications, other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, and other blood "thinners" (including Vitamin E, ginkgo, ginger, ginseng, and fish oil supplements) for 7 days prior to injection. Arnica, a homeopathic remedy, may be useful to minimize bruising and swelling. Another possible complication is flattening of the eyebrow arch with some hooding of the skin beneath the brow onto the upper eyelid, especially in heavy-lidded patients. Other complications that are extremely rare but have been reported include relaxation of a nearby muscle resulting in its temporary loss of function (e.g. a drooping eyelid), headache, local numbness, swelling, or rash.

Dr. Ruth Treiber performs all Botox injections in our office. If you think BOTOX Cosmetic® is a treatment you may be interested in, please request a consultation with Dr. Ruth Treiber or Dora, our licensed aesthetician, who can clarify any questions you may have and help you decide if this treatment is right for you.