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At Abeles Dermatology Aesthetic & Laser Arts, Dr. Gwen Abeles, a Board Certified Bergen County Dermatologist and her experienced medical team are committed to providing their medical, cosmetic, laser, surgical dermatology and skin cancer patients with the highest quality of dermatologic care.

With her vast experience and years in private practice, you can feel confident that Dr. Abeles and her team will be able to provide you and your family with the care that is right for you and your skin. By staying current on the most advanced dermatologic treatments and skin care, our practice is able to offer the latest most effective procedures for patients of all ages and skin types. Dr. Abeles offers honest straightforward advice to her patients and can customize an effective treatment and skin care plan that meets your individual needs and lifestyle.

We look forward to seeing you at our Montvale New Jersey Office!

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Gwen Abeles MD, FAAD

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    Gwen D. Abeles MD, FAAD

    Dr. Gwen Abeles, M.D., American Board of Dermatology Certified Dermatologist, is the founder of Abeles Dermatology Aesthetic & Laser Arts in Montvale, NJ.

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Testimonials

    I have been going to Dr. Abeles for several years and she has always been very thorough with my full body exam. She answers all questions and addresses any concerns I have regarding my skin. The office staff is also very friendly and there is virtually no wait time. I would highly recommend Dr. Abeles!

    Elizabeth P.

    Love this office! Dr. Abeles is an excellent doctor. She takes the time to listen to your concerns and is very responsive and thorough. The office staff is extremely efficient and very friendly. I would highly recommend this office!

    Allie S.

    My experience with Dr. Abeles and her staff has been terrific, courteous and professional. Dr. Abeles is very thorough with my body exam as well as knowledgeable about skin care and treatment. The wait time for my last several visits was minimal. I have recommended her to family and friends.

    Patty B.

    I’ve been going to Dr. Abeles for years for routine skin checks. I’m a worrier and she does a great job listening and giving advice, but will always allow me to make the final decision on treatment. My experience has also been that she is typically very prompt with appointments.

    Elise M.

    Staff always super friendly and Dr. Abeles is fantastic. Always professional and pleasant to speak with.

    Jim W.

    Dr. Abeles and her staff are simply amazing. Dr. Abeles gave me a thorough head to toe skin exam. Her tech recorded notes on my file of any skin abnormality or new eruption. Dr. Abeles made me feel at ease, she was personable, knowledgeable and she answered all of my questions and concerns. I highly recommend this practice.

    Donna G.

    Dr. Abeles is highly professional and proficient.  Dr. Abeles and her staff will greet you in an upbeat and friendly fashion and it is always a pleasure to visit with her.  I cannot state how pleased I am to have her as my dermatologist and recommend her very, very highly to anyone who is in need of an educated, skilled, friendly and competent doctor who is clearly at the top of her game. I read a review on this site which complained about waiting for an appointment and I am quite surprised as this never has happened to me.  I've been going for years and never experienced a problem so I have to think the delay was an isolated or unusual occurrence.

    James J.

    I went to numerous Dermatologists to deal with my skin issues to no avail.  A friend recommended Dr. Abeles and I now have clear skin after 7 years.  I could cry!  Thank you!

    Randi C.

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Hours of Operation

Monday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

11:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed