dermatology

Fall into a new routine

It’s finally fall! The morning air has that nice crisp, cool feel, Starbucks is serving their pumpkin latte and the holiday season is within reach. As much as you’d like to throw the summer products into the drawer and stop the SPF – now’s not the time. Your skin still…

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Mohs Surgery: Minimally Invasive, High Cure Rates

The next step in cancer therapy (with remarkably high cure rates) Not all skin cancer surgery has to be invasive. Mohs is one great exception and it’s transforming how doctors fight cancer. What it is? Mohs is quickly becoming the most effective technique for removing two of the most common…

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Preventing skin aging with pomegranates

The fight against skin aging is never ending. Countless groups, including our practice, have been trying to find some of the best anti-aging tools that nature has to offer. One of these tools, Pomegranate, has been shown to have many health and beauty benefits. These benefits come from the high…

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Eczema treatments your dermatology provider may suggest

Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition. If you think you have eczema, look for inflammation, red skin, and itching. Other cases may include an outbreak of scaly lesions. The good news is, eczema is not contagious, and you need not quarantine yourself until you're diagnosed by a professional. Your dermatological…

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