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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
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!
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 ›
Whether or not Global Warming is an issue at the forefront of your consciousness or whether math was your strong subject in school, there’s an equation that is undeniable and easy to comprehend: Summer=Warm=Less Comfortable to Wear Pants.
For some of my patients, the discomfort of wearing pants in warm weather is outweighed by their apprehension … Read More ›