Advanced Dermatology Blog
Read our blog to hear what Dr. Taub and her medical staff have to say about the latest medical and cosmetic treatments.
We all know that getting up in the morning can be a challenge (hit the snooze button, groan and turn over, repeat…) then when we are fully awake it’s “OH NO! I don’t have enough time to wash my hair!”
Dry Shampoo seems like a no brainer for those days when we are a … Read More ›
Happy Spring everyone! I don’t know about you, but right around this time is when I start to think about warmer weather and summer clothing. It is also the season when everyone seems to start cracking down on their workouts and eating better. Luckily, we now offer two new body contouring devices that can … Read More ›
We are happy to announce we now offer Nitronox™, a combination of nitrous oxide and oxygen gas, for your comfort during most procedures at our Lincolnshire location. Nitrous oxide, also known as “laughing gas” has been successfully used for medical indications since the 1800s. The newer devices use a mix of nitrous and oxygen … Read More ›
Now that spring has finally sprung, it’s time to set our sights on doing all of the fun things we love to do outdoors. Many of my patients are reluctant to head into “shorts season” because of chronic varicose and spider veins. It’s not merely for the fact that patients often feel such … Read More ›
Summer fun is all about swimming in a lake or hitting some water slides making happy family memories. However, there are two common itchy skin rashes which can develop after these activities we should be familiar with.
Swimmer’s itch, also known as cercarial dermatitis, is a rash which occurs after swimming or wading in … Read More ›
Are you thinking about starting Accutane for acne? Here are some frequently asked questions to help you make an educated decision about your skin!
What is Accutane? Accutane is a prescription medicine for severe acne and acne that is unresponsive to alternative treatments such as topical creams and oral antibiotics.
What are other names for … Read More ›
Did you know that skin cancer is the most common type of cancer? It affects 1 in 5 Americans in their lifetime. While melanoma, a cancer of the pigment-making cells in our skin, is one of the most serious and aggressive skin cancers, it is fortunately much less common than non-melanoma skin cancers: … Read More ›