Dermatology in Carpinteria
Monday-Friday by appointment
About The Center for Dermatology Care in Carpinteria
Internationally recognized Dermatologist and Mohs Surgery specialist, Dr. Andrew J. Kaufman is proud to announce that he and his medical associates have recently opened a beautiful new office in Carpinteria California, The Center for Dermatology Care.
Dr. Andrew Kaufman is the founder and Medical Director for The Center for Dermatology Care offices in Santa Barbara, California and Thousand Oaks California, the latter of which has been open for 20+ years. Dr. Kaufman specializes in Mohs Surgery, Reconstructive surgery and Dermatologic Surgery.
The Center for Dermatology Care Carpinteria office is led by Dr. Yasmeen Kabir, a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, a member of the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, Women’s Dermatologic Society and the American Medical Association.
Conditions We Treat
At our Carpinteria Dermatology office, we treat the full spectrum of medical skin conditions and concerns. In addition, our team offers cosmetic skin treatments and procedures such as Botox and injectable fillers.
MEET OUR PROVIDER, YASMEEN KABIR, MD
Dr. Yasmeen Kabir received her medical degree from University of Utah School of Medicine. She completed her internal medicine residency at UCLA Olive View and is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Upon Completion of her residency, she served as an inpatient Hospitalist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for several years. She then went on to complete a dermatology residence at Harbor UCLA and received her board certification by the American Board of Dermatology. She is one of a group specialists who are board certified in two specialties.
Dr. Kabir has worked on a variety of research studies that have added to the diagnosis and treatment of various cancers in particular lymphoma. Dr. Kabir has extensively published and presented her research at both national and international meetings and was awarded second place by the American College of Physicians in her research on lymphoma while at UCLA> She is also a recipient of Women’s Dermatologic Society mentorship award and continues her academic interests by continuing teaching medical students and residents.
She has also volunteered her medical expertise domestically and internationally, including volunteering with CARE international in Afghanistan, the American Cancer Society, and Habitat for Humanity.