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.
It may surprise you to hear skin cancer rates are higher in Delaware, Vermont, and Minnesota than in California, Florida, and Texas. But it’s true! It’s a phenomenon we dermatologists have understood for quite some time—people in states with intermittent sun exposure are less vigilant in preventing sunburn. Anyone who has lived in the Midwest … Read More ›
My first publication at Advanced Dermatology comes at a perfect time, as I sit here and wait for my certificate of completion at CoolSculpting® Master’s University in Pleasanton, California.
We have come a long way in body shaping technology. As much as we try to maintain a healthy weight and ideal body physique, many of … Read More ›
What is a co-payment?
A patient’s payment, a portion of the cost at the time of the service is rendered. This could be on office visit or any other encounter at a physician’s office.
What is co-insurance?
This is the amount a patient owes after insurance has been filed. For example, most insurance companies … Read More ›
Seborrheic keratoses are non-cancerous common growths. They typically look like rough brown warty patches or bumps. They often lead to a visit to the dermatologist due to their appearance for reasons of unsightliness, concerns about cancer, itching or bleeding. Fortunately, these are benign growths that occur most commonly on the trunk. However, they … Read More ›
We have many treatments for the aging hand like fillers to improve the bony/veiny look and lasers to diminish brown spots and wrinkles. There are now 2 FDA approved fillers for the hand: Restylane® Lyft (new for hands) and Radiesse®. Both achieve a very natural look. The treatment is straightforward and the results … Read More ›
Cold, dry winter weather can contribute to a host of inflammatory skin conditions, and atopic dermatitis (AD) is one of the most common. It affects between 10-20% of children and 1-3% of adults. AD, also commonly called eczema, is a genetic condition that results in inflammation and rashing of the skin. It commonly occurs in people … Read More ›
The new year is a classic time for making resolutions. If one of your resolutions involved doing something about those varicose and spider veins that have bothered you for years, I’m here to be the “easy button”.
Unlike a few decades ago, nowadays the state-of-the- art treatments for chronic superficial vein disease are all non-surgical, minimally-invasive … Read More ›