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.
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 ›
Exciting news, we have an amazing new laser, called Fotona. The Fotona is a multi-use laser as it has two wavelengths of light, the Nd:YAG and erbium:YAG; thus we can do anything from hair removal to treating veins to skin tightening and everything in between! We are most enthusiastic for some of the unique … Read More ›
We are pleased to announce that we are providing gynecologic laser treatments that have shown to be beneficial for reduced vaginal lubrication (vaginal dryness), dyspareunia (pain with intercourse), reduced sexual pleasure and stress urinary incontinence (loss of urine when coughing, laughing or exercising).
The system we have chosen is the Dynamis SP from Fotona, a … Read More ›
Many skin conditions have seasonal variation. With the arrival of long awaited summer weather, several types of skin conditions become more prevalent. Such skin conditions are often microbial in nature. We all have billions of microorganisms living peacefully on and within our bodies, but given the right conditions, certain bad-acting microbes can predominate and cause … Read More ›