Philosophy of Care
I consider it a privilege to care for my patients. When they are well-attended, informed and happy with their choices, I have succeeded.
Dermatology focuses on outward appearances, but proper care requires deeper considerations. I never rush to diagnose or treat a person until I have thoroughly learned about their health, history, priorities and expectations. This is true whether the issue is medical or cosmetic.
My practice is diverse because I have the opportunity to treat people of all ages; men and women; healthy and otherwise.
It is the artistic aspect of medicine that interests me the most. One of the greatest sources of satisfaction for me is working with a patient who has healthy realistic goals and finding ways to achieve a natural appearance—-looking like yourself, only better.
Education and Credentials
He is president of the American Melanoma Foundation, dedicated to patient care, education and clinical research.
Dr. Kenet has been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times, Vogue, Allure, Prevention, Good Housekeeping, and The Wall Street Journal.
He has developed leading technology for the early detection of melanoma. He is an expert in the diagnosis of melanoma and other skin cancers.
Dr. Kenet has been in private practice in Manhattan’s Upper East Side since 1992.