Dr. Alan Kling – WNBC-TV, Today in New York, 2002, Getting Rid of Razor Bumps

Many men who shave will often notice razor burns on their faces. Dr. Alan Kling demonstrates how he removes razor bumps using laser treatments on a patient live on WNBC-TV. These laser treatments result thinner hair and can also be used on other areas in the body.

Dr. Alan Kling – CBS-TV, Saturday Early Show, 2002, Sunscreen Protection 101

You can protect your skin from premature aging and skin cancers by using sun protective clothing and sunscreen on exposed areas. However, for a sunscreen to be effective, it must be used correctly. On this CBS-TV interview, Dr. Kling recommends certain brands of suncreen with SPF that offer the best protection against UVB and UVA.

Dr. Alan Kling – CBS-TV, Saturday Early Show, 2002, Laser Hair Removal

Many think that laser hair removal do not have any dangers to them. Many think those treatments are just a cosmetic process. The truth is those treatments are also considered a medical procedure, with dangers of side effects and unpleasant results from permanent laser hair removal procedures. Dr. Kling recommends those who wish to seek laser hair removal treatments should have the procedure done by a professional with several years of training.

Dr. Alan Kling – WNBC-TV, News at 11pm, June 25, 2001, Photo Rejuvenation

Photo rejuvenation involves using an energy-delivery device to improve skin texture, fine wrinkles, scars, and hyperpigmentation (skin discoloration such as sun spots, age spots, and freckles Dr Kling explains how you can achieve younger looking skin with this cosmetic procedure on this WNBC-TV interview.

Dr. Alan Kling – WNBC-TV, News, 2001, Mother-Daughter Plastic Surgery

Topical treatments can help improve fine wrinkles and skin texture. However, rapid and dramatic improvements are more likely to be achieved with plastic surgery. Liposuction is a cosmetic procedure that involves the removal of excess body fat. There are several factors to consider before turning to plastic surgery. Preferably a board certified surgeon with a vast experience in plastic surgery should perform this cosmetic procedure.

Dr. Alan Kling – WNYW-TV, 10 O’Clock News, 2001, Clinton’s Skin Cancer

Dr. Alan Kling – WNYW-TV, 10 O’Clock News, 2001, Clinton’s Skin Cancer
Skin cancer is the most common of all human cancers. Some form of skin cancer is diagnosed in more than 1 million people in the United States each year. Those who are exposed to sun rays for long periods of time are at risk of developing skin cancer. The most common warning sign of skin cancer is a change in the appearance of the skin, such as a new growth or a lesion that will not heal. Unexplained changes in the appearance of the skin lasting longer than two weeks should be evaluated by a doctor. Avoiding sun exposure in susceptible individuals is the best way to lower the risk for all types of skin cancer.

Dr. Alan Kling – WNBC-TV, News at 5 PM, 1999, Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is a medical procedure that uses a laser, an intense, pulsating beam of light,to remove unwanted hair. During laser hair removal, a laser beam passes through the skin to an individual hair follicle. The intense heat of the laser damages the hair follicle, which inhibits future hair growth. Lasers are useful for removing unwanted hair from the face, leg, arm, underarm, bikini line, and other areas.

Dr. Alan Kling – WNYW-TV, Good Day New York, 1999, Post-Summer Skin Care

Dr. Alan Kling – WNYW-TV, Good Day New York, 1999, Post-Summer Skin Care
Although autumn has been with us for awhile, the telltale signs of summer fun in the sun still remain on our skin. Exposure to chlorine water in pools can strip our skin of essential oils, leaving it dry. Hours of extra time spent outdoors in the sunshine can also cause dryness and uneven skin tones. Dr.Kling provides post -summer skin care tips on WNYM-TV.

Dr. Alan Kling – NY1, Health, 1999, “Fat Transfer”

Fat transfer is a procedure that involves removing body fat from the patient and using it to smooth out acne scars on the patient’s face. Fat transfer is a natural approach to restoring a youthful look to the face that does not involve removal of skin, stretching the skin, or the risk of an unnatural looks that can result from a face lift.

Dr. Alan Kling – ABC-TV, Eyewitness News, 1995, Chemical Peels

A chemical peel is a skin-resurfacing procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to skin to peel away the top layers. The skin that grows back after a chemical peel is smoother and younger looking. Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, skin discoloration and scars – typically on the face. A chemical peel can be done alone or in combination with other cosmetic procedures. A dermatologist can help you decide what depth of peel and what type of chemical solution is most appropriate, based on your skin type, which areas you want peeled, what kind of results you want, how much risk you are willing to take, and other issues.