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.
My name is Jessica Benjoya. I initially joined the Advanced Dermatology medical team 7 years ago as a medical assistant, and I am so excited to be returning as a Physician Assistant! I grew up right here in the area and graduated from Stevenson High School before leaving to attend Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. I always … Read More ›
Prime holiday party season is upon us, and there’s so much to get done before then. There’s RSVPs to respond to, cocktail dresses to pick out, hostess gifts to buy… and appointments to book at the dermatologist for non-invasive treatments?
After a beautiful summer with plenty of time outdoors, it is time to start thinking about how to reverse unwanted sun damage. Advanced Dermatology offers several in-office treatments to erase damage after fun in the sun.
Happy Fall everyone! I am happy to announce that we have upgraded one of our most trusted tissue – tightening devices that we have had since 2007, Thermage®. Thermage® is a non-invasive treatment that uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to heat tissue and stimulate new collagen to tighten the skin and reduce the appearance … Read More ›
Autumn is a great time to “Fall” in love with your legs again! I know, I know… awful pun… but it’s true: once it starts getting cooler outside and we transition from “shorts season” to “pants season,” it’s a perfect time to finally take care of those nagging varicose and spider veins.
There are … Read More ›
What is a deductible and have you met yours yet?
A deductible is the fixed amount you pay for covered benefits out of pocket before your health insurance plan begins to pay for health care costs. So, if you have met your deductible this year already, you’ll pay nothing out of pocket for office … Read More ›
Rhinophyma is a condition that causes the soft tissues of the nose to increase in size. This is called Type 4 rosacea and does usually occur in people who already have rosacea. Rhinophyma occurs in a low percentage of adults with this type of rosacea.
Although Rhinophyma is a less common condition, it … Read More ›