Maryland Laser Skin and Vein
54 Scott Adam Rd, Ste 301
Hunt Valley, MD 21030
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The Elevator in the building will be out for 7-8 weeks, and if assistance is needed getting up the stairs, call the office at 410-666-3960

*Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement*


Dear Valued MDLSV Patients:

First and foremost, we hope that you are healthy and safe during this challenging time in our world.

Today, the Maryland Secretary of Health issued an executive order that forbids non-urgent medical procedures and appointments effective 5 pm Tuesday, March 24, 2020 for the duration of the catastrophic health emergency.

As a healthcare facility, we are legally able to stay open in a limited fashion to provide you only with urgent dermatologic care at this time.

Elective, non-urgent, non-emergent medical procedures and office visits cannot be done until the situation improves.

We must all act together to reduce the spread of the virus We are only permitted to perform procedures on patients for matters considered urgent, emergent or life-threatening.

What does this mean for you? It means that your currently scheduled appointment will likely need to be rescheduled or cancelled. For your safety, for the safety of our staff, and in order to remain compliant with executive orders, you can only be seen if your condition is considered urgently necessary.

While some exclusions might apply, these are the general criteria we are following:

Necessary/Urgent/Emergent Conditions:

  1. Removal of a biopsy-confirmed skin cancer IF postponing that procedure for a few weeks or month would be life-threatening
  2. New, worrisome or changing skin lesions, rashes or conditions that are of serious concern to you or that might be cancerous or infected
  3. Painful, inflamed, infected or worsening skin lesions or conditions
You will need to discuss your problem with a medical assistant to schedule any appointment.

Non-Urgent/Non-Emergent Conditions:

Annual or semi-annual screening total body skin exams (with no lesions or conditions of concern to you at this time)
  • Asymptomatic or minor dermatologic conditions
  • Aesthetic/cosmetic procedures
  • Medication refills
  • Acne, rosacea or rash follow-up visits
  • Minor rashes
  • Surgical procedures for benign, asymptomatic lesions (for example: cysts, lipomas, moles)
  • Scar treatments
  • Varicose vein treatment unless there is active bleeding

  • If you do need to be seen, please know that we will continue to follow strict cleanliness protocols.

    Please absolutely do not enter our office if you exhibit any symptoms of COVID-19 infection, have been exposed to someone diagnosed with or exhibiting symptoms of a COVID-19 infection, or have traveled to a high risk area. Also exercise caution in entering any populated facility if you are immunocompromised or if you have multiple or complex underlying medical conditions.

    If you have not already been contacted by a member of our staff, please contact our office prior to arriving for your scheduled appointment. Many of you will be asked to either reschedule until the executive order expires.

    Here at MDLSV we are working to implement a telemedicine system. Until that is formalized, you may choose to call the office at 410-666-3960 or email your question to info@mdlsv.com. Please keep in mind that while our email is relatively secure, by choosing to send a question by email, you are acknowledging that email carries a potential risk of security breach.

    These challenging times require temporary measures that will help us stay safe and healthy. All of us look forward to the passing of this storm, and will be here for you when it is safe to resume our normal professional activities.

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    Wishing you all the best,

    Drs. Robert and Margaret Weiss, Dr. Karen Beasley, Dr. Christian Halvorson, Dr. Sarah Hsu, Dr. Claire Noell, Mary Trageser, CRNP, Fran Lorden, PA, and Yelena Grek, RN


    Maryland Dermatology Laser Skin and Vein Dermatologists

    Board Certified Dermatologists

    Our dermatologists are Board certified by the American Board of Dermatology and are award-winning leaders in the field. We are the largest users of botulinum and fillers in the mid-atlantic region. We are leaders in lasers and energy device treatments, offering dozens of types of treatments for clearer skin, most of which we helped to develop. Our facility has over 45 devices on its premises. We also specialize in medical dermatology.

    Beauty Expert Top US News Doctor Super Doctors and Maryland Dermatologic Society

    Welcome to Our Practice

    We are gladly accepting new patients. Maryland Dermatology, Laser, Skin and Vein Institute was founded by national leaders in cosmetic dermatology and dermatologic surgery. The Institute provides the most innovative and effective treatments in the world. Each physician has passed rigorous examinations to become board certified in dermatology.

    Our physicians are experts in use of botulinum toxins (Botox and Dysport), and fillers such as Restylane, Juvederm, and Sculptra. We are also experts in vein treatments, and pioneered many treatments in use today.

    Maryland Dermatology, Laser, Skin & Vein offers several treatment options to our patients, including body contouring, laser treatments, and injectables and fillers.

    What's New

    MDLSV is pleased to offer several advanced RF Microneedling options. Our latest technology for this minimally invasive anti-aging treatment includes the IntraCell, EndyMed, and Lutronic Genius. Learn how to improve pigmentation, treat fine lines and wrinkles, and reduce acne scarring with this treatment.

    Learn more about RF Microneedling

    Drs. Margaret and Robert Weiss have built a practice and environment for their patients that is calming, warm, and professional with the latest treatments in all areas of dermatology and body sculpting. Yesterday, I drove 3 hours to have two treatments performed.*

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    * Results may vary for each patient