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Category Archives: Medical Dermatology

Can Telehealth Work for Dermatology?

The way we are living today feels almost entirely different than it did at the beginning of the year. The majority of us have been indoors for months. The services that we enjoyed in person have been halted to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Still, while navigating prevention and safety, we have to… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 30 2020
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Here Comes the Sun! Is Your Eczema-Prone Skin Ready?

Most people look forward to the warmer weather once it finally rolls around. Usually, summertime allows us to get outdoors and soak up some of that beautiful sunshine that helps us produce vitamin D. For the person with eczema, soaking up the sunshine is something they may both love and dread. As the temperature climbs,… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 15 2020
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Mole & Wart Removal

What It’s Like to Have a Mole Removed

Mole removal is not your typical procedure. It’s not something that most people think much about and, understandably, not something that one really looks forward to. The idea of having a mole removed can be unnerving. However, it is sometimes a necessity to guard your health. The primary reason that people have moles removed is… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 30 2019
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Melasma Requires Management Skills

Statistics suggest that as many as 200,000 people are diagnosed with melasma each year. Melasma is a dermatologic condition that has no symptoms other than hyperpigmentation. People with melasma develop discolored patches or spots on areas such as the upper lip, cheeks, nose, and chest. These spots result from an overreaction in melanocyte cells, those… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2019
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Are You Wondering about Redness?

Blushing is something we do when we are embarrassed or nervous. Flushing is something that may occur when we take a steamy sauna or finish an intense workout. These are not instances that we expect to occur randomly or after our morning cup of coffee. If redness that localizes on your cheeks, forehead, or chin… Read More »


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