Advanced Dermatology Blog
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Years of unprotected sun exposure to the skin adds up and often leaves the skin wrinkled, dull and full of brown spots and redness. Photodamaged skin can be cosmetically displeasing and more likely to develop pre-cancerous lesions and skin cancer. Thankfully, the sun damage in the skin can be corrected by a procedure called Read More ›
There are two types of resurfacing lasers, ablative and non-ablative. When patients think of laser resurfacing this often brings to mind traditional laser treatments where patients had extended downtime and healing. With the advent of new technologies patients can still undergo resurfacing, but with less downtime; however, there remain situations where some patients may … 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 3 really good … Read More ›
Dear patients, colleagues and friends,
Hello, welcome to the newsletter for the Fall of 2018! The biggest changes going on are the new office expansion and remodel as well as the addition of a Mohs surgeon. If you haven’t come in lately to the Lincolnshire office you will be surprised when you do- we have taken … Read More ›
With the back to school season in full swing, many parents of young children face a common source of panic: the human head louse. Lice, which live very close to the warm scalp and feed on our blood, have co-existed with people since before the dawn of civilization. The good news, is that they … Read More ›
I wanted to send out a letter to introduce myself. My name is Dr. Meghan Morrow and I am very excited to have joined Advanced Dermatology this past August! I am a Board Certified Dermatologist and a fellowship trained dermatologic surgeon, specializing in Mohs Micrographic Surgery for the treatment of skin cancer. I … Read More ›
The Internet is such an integral part of our everyday lives that it’s often hard to imagine what it was like to live without it—let alone remember what it looked like when we first started using it. But the look and feel of the Internet is constantly changing, and many of the websites that we … Read More ›