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


We treat facial vessels with two types of vascular lasers. The VBeam is an updated version of the pulsed dye laser (PDL). It has a range of settings that can be altered to treat red linear blood vessels, broken capillaries, spider and cherry angiomas, port wine stain birthmarks, as well as more diffuse redness and ruddiness of the face. It can also improve the enlarged blood vessels and flushing associated with rosacea. After VBeam treatment, patients often experience redness and swelling, which rarely last more than 24-48 hours and can be controlled with ice packs. Bruising is less common, but can occur focally, may last 3-7 days, and can be covered with makeup. Bruising may in some cases actually yield improved results, although we try to accommodate patient's requests to avoid bruising whenever possible.

We also use the Iridex Diolite 532 laser system. This is a solid-state diode laser which is effective for treating fine linear blood vessels, especially around the nose and cheeks, and red spider and cherry angiomas. It is not used to eliminate background ruddiness or redness. After Diolite treatment patients have mild redness and swelling, which subsides within hours, especially with ice pack application. Neither bruising nor discoloration is likely to occur with this laser.

There are a number of laser manufacturers who claim their lasers can treat small leg veins. There have been some promising results with 1064 nm Nd:YAG lasers for the bluish small veins in conjunction with other procedures such as ambulatory phlebectomy, endovenous laser procedures, vein ligation, sclerotherapy, as well as intense pulsed light. Lasers are an adjunct for leg vein treatment, and may work best for fine mats or vessels that are superficial and too small to penetrate with a sclerotherapy needle. At this time, we feel that most patients actually get better results from sclerotherapy.