-Energetic, passionate, meticulous and relentlessly dedicated to support his patients!
-He is famously known as Dr. Costi. Dr. Costi has been a pioneer in introducing the Teledermatology or online skin care to Lebanon, in an attempt to provide patients with innovative, confidential and high-quality medical solutions. Dr. Costi can also be entitled as confidence-booster for his meritorious commitment to embark on an effective approach and build a strong bond of trust with his patients. His strategy entails listening carefully to his patients, addressing their inquiries scientifically and communicating the right message constructively. He excellently expanded his connections of doctors, patients, academics and achievers for his high belief in the vibrant role of technology and latest trends shaping our lives. He launched an extensive awareness campaign on different mainstream and social media networks and succeeded to engage with a wide-ranging network. In addition, Dr. Costi is a tireless explorer who is continuously traveling the world to encounter key medical milestones and enhance his academic and professional knowledge.
- Procedural Dermatology at Albert Einstein School of Medicine, New York.
- Dermatopathology at Wake Forest School of Medicine, North Carolina.
Residency: Saint Georges University Medical Center, Beirut.
Medicine School: University of Balamand, Beirut.
Electives Training: Harvard University, Massachusetts.
- Acute and Chronic Urticaria.
- Advanced treatment of Acne.
- Management of Diffuse Psoriasis.
- Bullous Diseases.
- Melasma and Hyperpigmentation.
- Hair and Nail Diseases.
- Laser Treatment.
- Treatment of Hyperhidrosis.
- Non-Invasive Cosmetic Surgery.
- Medium and Deep Depth Peeling.
- Treatment of Acne Scars.
- Face Remodeling.
Research & Clinical Interest
- Mass Spectrometry Imaging Can Distinguish on a Proteomic Level Between Proliferative Nodules Within a Benign Congenital Nevus and Malignant Melanoma.
- Temporary Henna Tattoos and Hypertrichosis: a case report and review of the literature.
- Fox-Fordyce Disease: An under-diagnosed adverse event of laser hair removal?.
- Folliculocentric Lichen Sclerosus et Atrophicus in a 10-Year-Old Girl.
-Lebanese Academy of Dermatology.
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