Advanced Dermatology Blog
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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 ›
Dear Patients, colleagues, and friends,
Fall and winter are coming and unfortunately, we didn’t have much of a spring and summer… but then again, 2 weeks of over 100-degree heat with high humidity, similar to the weather they had in Europe, wouldn’t have been welcome either!
My son is getting married on September 1st, so … Read More ›
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 ›
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 ›
Welcome to the Spring/Summer 2019 newsletter issue of Advanced Dermatology and skinfo®. So, no Super Bowl or Stanley Cup, and a pretty rugged winter but… we will bounce back as we always do! As usual, there is a lot going on around here!
In April, I was invited to be on a panel at Nieman … 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 ›
Dear patients, colleagues and friends,
It’s that time of year when we bundle up and hunker down. I know most people hate winter but I really like it! Even though temperatures below 20 degrees, frigid winds and lack of sun may get to me at times. However, give me a sunny 25-degree day and I … Read More ›