18

Jan

Sad teenage girl with acne on her cheeks

When Should I See A Dermatologist For Acne?

Acne, experienced as red, inflamed skin and persistent outbreaks, is very common. Acne is caused by excess oil production and dead skin cells that clog the tiny hair follicles in the skin. Bacteria is the cause of redness and inflammation. Acne typically affects teenagers a...

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18

Jan

Woman with dark brown hair looking at her face in a mirror

6 Things A Dermatologist Can Help You With

The skin is the largest organ of the human body and has many important functions, including protecting you from the elements, germs, and other substances. Your skin is often an indicator of the overall health of your body, and when it’s showing changes or other non-optimum...

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08

Dec

What is Mohs Surgery

Also known as Mohs micrographic surgeryUsed to treat skin cancer, this surgery has a unique benefit. During surgery, the surgeon can see where the cancer stops. This isn’t possible with other types of treatment for skin cancer.The ability to see where the cancer stops giv...

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08

Dec

Sun safety for your skin

Skin CancerSkin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. The most common types of skin cancer include basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma.Indicators of skin cancer may include: Irregular borders on moles (ragged, notched, or blur...

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