Advanced Dermatology Blog
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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 ›
With spring and summer finally around the corner, it’s time to ramp up your sun protection and examine body parts that have been hidden all winter!
DefenAge® Skincare Research Study Shows Positive Results for Wrinkles, Pores, Pigmentation and Skin Thickness and Evenness ›
The results of the DefenAge® Skincare Study were published in the April edition of the Journal of Drugs and Dermatology. Three research and clinical sites performed the study of 45 women over 12 weeks. Advanced Dermatology was one of the sites and I was the principle investigator. The other research sites were … Read More ›
Actinic keratoses (singular actininc keratosis), also called “AKs”, are skin growths that are precursors to skin cancer. Specifically, AKs can develop into squamous cell skin cancer. They do not develop into any other type of skin cancer. Usually the progression to actual skin cancer occurs when AKs have been neglected for a period of … Read More ›
You have to hand it to the daffodils: though there’s still frost on the ground on these early April mornings, they are still determined to make the world a bit more beautiful. Unlike in cartoons, flowers don’t actually instantly sprout out of the ground…it takes time, effort, patience. But ultimately it’s so worth it!
Dealing with … Read More ›
Dear patients, colleagues and friends,
As you have probably noticed, we are in the process of expanding our Lincolnshire office. We are hoping to be in the new space (adjacent to the old space) by end of May, while we renovate our current space. We are scheduled to be finished with construction by mid to late … Read More ›