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Improving Your Skin

A few months ago, I realized that there were some big time issues with my skin. I was always breaking out, I felt like I was always dealing with dry skin, and I felt like my complexion was perpetually spotty. Fortunately, a friend of mine recommended a great dermatologist who really understood what I was up against. We met about once every few weeks for the first month or so, and then we transitioned into more of a maintenance routine. Now, I honestly feel like I have the best skin of my life, and it is all thanks to my dermatology team. This blog is all about improving your skin.

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Prioritizing Health: The Importance Of Psoriasis Skin Treatment
17 October 2023

In the world of dermatology, one condition that is

How Dermatologists Can Treat Spider Veins Caused By Rosacea
9 November 2022

If you suffer from rosacea, you may have noticed v

Key Things Your Dermatologist Wishes You Knew About Melanoma
15 August 2022

If you are like most people, you're probably famil

Why You Should Always Get Advice From A Pediatric Dermatologist When It Comes To Your Child's Skin Conditions
15 February 2022

Children can face a number of different skin condi

What You Can Expect With A Mole Removal Procedure
13 August 2021

Mole removal is a procedure in which a mole, eithe

3 Things First-Time Botox Users Should Know

Botox is essentially a very small concentration of the botulinum toxin that is injected into the skin. Large concentrations of this toxin can lead to serious illness and death, but small concentrations are effective at treating a variety of conditions. Botox has both cosmetic and medical uses. In fact, Botox is the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment available. Over 6 million Botox treatments are done each year. Here are a few things that first-time Botox users should know. Read More 

Five Things That Could Be Making Your Eczema Worse

Dealing with eczema can feel all-consuming. You need to be careful what soaps and lotions you use, how long you stay in the shower, and what laundry detergents you rely on. But if you're still dealing with itchy, flaky skin, one of these other lifestyle factors or environmental conditions could be to blame. Dry Air Dry air won't cause eczema on its own, but it can make eczema a lot worse. Read More 

Skin Cancer Diagnosis: Questions To Ask About Your Diagnosis, Treatment, And Aftercare

Skin cancer is curable if it is detected in its earliest stages. Regular visits to the dermatologists and monthly self-examinations are key in finding changes to your skin. After being diagnosed with skin cancer, it is important to get as much information as possible from your doctor to make sound decisions about your care. To help you do this, here are some areas to cover with your doctor. Your Diagnosis Read More 

4 Things To Know About Acne

Does the acne on your face seem to be getting worse no matter how much you attempt getting rid of it? If the condition is beginning to affect your social life by causing you to feel too embarrassed to interact with people, it is time to consult with a dermatologist. Getting professional help can help you find out what is triggering the condition so the proper treatment measures can be taken. Read More 

Why You Should Worry About Skin Cancer

Many people go through life thinking that they are somehow immune to all of the diseases and health issues that people have warned them about over the years. One such disease is that of skin cancer. If you are one of those people that has never considered the possibility that you too can develop one of the many forms of skin cancer, it is time to get to know more about some of the reasons that you really should be concerned about skin cancer. Read More