Advanced Dermatology Blog
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Thick, ropey scars which develop after surgery or injury can be painful, itchy, and embarrassing for patients. Preventing the formation of these scars and proper treatment of developed scars is possible to reduce uncomfortable symptoms and improve the appearance.
First, we must understand how these types of … Read More ›
All humans need a good level of vitamin D for bone and other organ health. The source of vitamin D, how much vitamin D we need, and the potential benefits from vitamin D have, at times, been controversial.
The first controversy is the source of vitamin D. Should we receive our vitamin D through intentional, … Read More ›
Smoothing away wrinkles and crepey skin of the face and neck is now easier, less painful and without much after effect than ever with the addition of Intensif to our armamentarium of anti-aging treatments. Intensif is a cutting edge technology that combines the benefits of the heat from radiofrequency energy with precise microneedling to produce … Read More ›
New technology has emerged to more effectively brighten the skin as well as diminish unwanted brown pigment. It is a laser treatment called Clear + Brilliant Perméa™. Clear + Brilliant Perméa™ is a a very gentle laser treatment that improves freckling, sun damage and melasma. It can be performed on men and women of all … Read More ›
Hidradenitis Suppurativa is a chronic skin condition where tender pimple-like bumps appear in the skin. Most commonly, the bumps develop in the underarms and groin, and the onset of the disease is usually during puberty. Hidradenitis suppurativa can be debilitating for patients because of intense pain, spontaneous rupturing of pus filled bumps, and continued uncontrolled … Read More ›
Patients who suffer from rosacea often have a myriad of symptoms including facial redness, pustules, bumps and blood vessels. Uncontrolled, disease can often be embarrassing and lead to a diminished quality of life. The National Rosacea Society estimates over 16 million Americans suffer from rosacea. The actual cause of the disease has been elusive … Read More ›
Basal Cell Carcinoma is the most common type of skin cancer in the United States. Basal Cell Carcinoma is believed to be caused principally by the sun and occur more commonly in fair skinned individuals who sun burn easily. Basal Cell Carcinoma usually presents as a “pearly” bump in the skin or as a … Read More ›