Kessel Dermatology 8690

Name: Kessel Dermatology
Display name: Kessel Dermatology
Mission: Full service dermatology practice providing general adult, pediatric, surgical and cosmetic dermatology services to the Mercer County NJ area. Office hours are Monday – Thursday 7 am to 6 pm and Fridays 7 am -3 pm. Cosmetic hours below.
Medical director: Daniel Kessel, MD


Office hours: Tue: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Wed: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Thu: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Phone: (609) 890-2600
Address: 1700 Whitehorse Hamilton Sq. Rd., Ste. D-1, Hamilton, New Jersey, USA, 8690
City: Hamilton
State: New Jersey
Country code: US
Postal code: 8690
Phone: (609) 890-2600
Country: USA
GPS coordinates on map: 40.2150909,-74.6777785

  • Botox
  • Dermal Fillers
  • Kybella
  • Botox for Gummy Smile
  • SkinPen

RealSelf Info

Profile created: Apr 11, 2019
Profile modified: Feb 2, 2021
Business type: Practice
RealSelf’s PRO: No
Medical director: Daniel Kessel, MD


Savy Guthrie

Name: Savy Guthrie
Position: Physician Assistant
Can answer: 1
Years experience: 20
Biography: Savy Guthrie is a board-certified Physician Assistant and is state-licensed in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has been a dedicated member of the Kessel Dermatology team for the past 13 years and has 20 years of experience practicing as a PA overall. She is also the founder of Theoderma Skin Care, a vegan /natural facial product line.
Savy holds a Master’s Degree from The University of Nebraska in Physician Assistant Studies, a Bachelor’s Degree from Drexel Universit. As a cosmetic injector, Savy combines her 16 years of Dermatology experience, knowledge of facial anatomy, skill and technical precision with her artistic background to create unmatched natural results. Erasing the line between medicine and artistry, she takes pride in her creativity and views every happy patient as a masterpiece. Savy provides her patients with the most innovative injection techniques by continually attending training courses, taught hands on by the industry’s leading instructors.

Practice’s answers

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I am a keloid skin type specifically on my chest from acne. Will it be safe for microneedling on my fa
Not likely
Feb 12, 2020
Patients can experience keloid scarring from acne lesions (even spontaneously-believe it or not) The chest area and the nape of the neck are especially prone to keloids, even in people who heal normally. From your inquiry, it sounds like you don’t have a keloid issue in general, meaning your skin has always healed normally after trauma…even other cystic acne lesions. It would be safe to assume then that the micro trauma from Microneedling would not be a p…

Last updated on 12/14/2023