Heidi A Waldorf, MD is a nationally and internationally respected expert and sought after lecturer in the field
of Dermatology and Cosmetic Medicine, including skin rejuvenation, soft tissue augmentation, cosmetic use
of botulinum toxin, noninvasive fat reduction, laser and other energy-based device technology and
Dr. Waldorf completed her undergraduate and medical education and training at Harvard University and the
University of Pennsylvania, after which she completed a fellowship in Mohs Micrographic Surgery, Laser
Surgery and Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery.
Dr. Waldorf serves as an investigator, speaker, consultant, advisory board member and trainer for major
industry producers of drugs, devices and cosmeceuticals, allowing her to participate in the development of
treatment protocols and to offer her patients the latest therapies. Her research has included clinical
investigations involving the use of lasers and other energy-based devices, botulinum toxins, filling agents,
lipolytic agents and cosmeceuticals for rejuvenation.
Dr. Waldorf has been published extensively in professional journals and books, serves as Co-Chief Medical
Editor of Modern Aesthetics and of Dermatology Focus and is a past editorial board member of Aesthetic
Surgery Journal and Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. She regularly speaks at major aesthetic surgery meetings in
Europe, Asia and the Middle East, as well as the United States. She has served as Director of various
symposiums on aesthetic dermatology and dermatologic surgery at the annual American Academy of
Dermatology and American Society for Dermatologic Surgery meetings. In 2016, Dr. Waldorf was named
Honorary President of Aesthetic Dermatology for the 14th Annual Aesthetic & Anti-aging Medicine World
Congress in Monaco and she remains a member of that meeting’s scientific committee.
Dr. Waldorf is listed in the Castle Connolly Guide to Top Doctors New York Metro Area 2008-2023, The Best
Doctors® in America 2003-2023 and was number 24 on Newsweek Magazine’s list of the 150 Top Cosmetic
Dermatologists in America in 2022. She was chosen as one of New York Moves’ 2006 Power Women and was
selected by the Rockland Economic Development Corporation and the Rockland Business Associates as one of
Rockland County’s Best Forty Under Forty in 2003. Quoted in magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Allure,
Harper’s BAZAAR, Elle, O: The Oprah Magazine, InStyle, People Stylewatch, Good Housekeeping and Real
Simple, among others, she has also appeared on various morning shows and evening news programs,
including “The TODAY Show” and “The Dr. Oz Show.” Additionally, Dr. Waldorf has been named one of New
Beauty “Top Doctors” 2017 - 2023 and is a member of that magazine’s advisory council.
Dr. Waldorf is an elected member of the prestigious American Dermatological Association and the
Association of Surgical Faculty of the American Academy of Dermatology. Her extensive professional
accreditations also include Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology, Fellow of the American Society
of Dermatologic Surgery, Member of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, Fellow of the
American Academy of Dermatology, and member of the World Society of Interdisciplinary Anti-aging
Medicine (WOSIAM) on their scientific advisory board in Aesthetic Dermatology. Dr. Waldorf is a former
Board Member of the Women’s Dermatologic Society and was a Founding Board Member of the
Dermatologic & Aesthetic Surgery International League.
Dr. Waldorf was Director of Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York for
over 20 years. She is now full time at her private practice, Waldorf Dermatology Aesthetics, located in
Nanuet, NY, just 20 miles North of Manhattan, where she focuses exclusively on Cosmetic Dermatology.
Dr. Waldorf has travelled extensively since childhood and continues to be inspired by people, cultures, cities
and nature. She has done many ‘active’ vacations, hiking or cycling in various locals in North and South
America, Asia and Europe. Since 2014, she has combined her particular love of French culture, her penchant
for arts and crafts and her desire to be active, by participating in the annual Marathon du Medoc held in
Bordeaux France, a 26.2 mile marathon where participants dressed in costume run between chateaux wine
tastings. Dr. Waldorf brings the beauty, adventure and peace of her travels home through her photographs of
nature which decorate the walls of her Nanuet office. Most of all, she is enjoying growing older while looking
younger along with her patients.