Forrest Resnikoff, M.D.
After graduating from the Chicago Medical School in 1981, Dr. Resnikoff completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC and became a board-certified internist. He served as the Chief Medical Officer for the FBI and DEA in Washington, DC before studying dermatology at the combined residency programs of the Tufts University and Boston University medical centers. He practiced dermatology in the Boston area, then moved to New Jersey where he opened an office in Long Branch, joined the medical staff at Monmouth Medical Center, and served as consulting dermatologist for Patterson Army Hospital at Fort Monmouth and the James J. Howard Veterans Administration clinic in Brick, NJ.
Dr. Resnikoff treats many skin conditions but spends most of his time screening for and treating skin cancer. He has enhanced his medical education by continuing to learn new and evolving techniques, such as dermoscopic skin cancer screening from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. He emphasizes keeping skin healthy and beautiful with cosmetic procedures, such as BBL laser, microneedling, and BOTOX® treatments.
|Board Certifications||American Board of Dermatology|
Medical SchoolChicago Medical School
ResidenciesWashington Hospital Center — Internal Medicine
Tufts University Medical Center and Boston University Medical Center — Dermatology