Advanced Dermatology Blog
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With summer coming to a close and autumn quickly approaching, now is a good time to assess the negative effects that the sun may have had on our skin during the warmer months. Despite our best efforts at wearing sunblock every day and trying to avoid exposure during peak sun hours, our skin can still … Read More ›
My husband and I welcomed our first son last March and although I love every moment of motherhood, pregnancy and post-pregnancy took a toll on my skin. Fortunately, I am happy to share Advanced Dermatology’s many medical and cosmetic treatment options for skin concerns of moms in our new Mommy Skin Care series!
Melasma, or … Read More ›
At Advanced Dermatology, we are excited to now be offering Clear + Brilliant laser treatment to assist in the battle against aging skin and pigmentation abnormalities. Clear + Brilliant is a gentle laser skin treatment that is clinically proven to improve the appearance of these effects of aging skin. There are two different treatment types … Read More ›
As the spring and summer months are upon us, many of us are looking for affordable ways to make our skin look vibrant! Chemical peels, microdermabrasion and facials are quick, affordable procedures leaving your skin refreshed with no downtime. These procedures work by removing dead skin cells and stimulating new cell growth. They are … Read More ›
Melasma is a skin condition presenting as brown patches on the face predominantly affecting women. A change in hormonal status such as taking birth control pills or pregnancy often triggers it to appear. Melasma is more apparent during and after periods of sun exposure and less obvious in winter months when sun exposure is lacking. … Read More ›
Melasma is a skin condition that occurs on the face in the form of brown patches. A change in hormonal status (higher levels of estrogen) is thought to trigger and be the cause of the condition (i.e. birth control pills, pregnancy), although many women without these risk factors also develop melasma.
UVA rays are a stimulant … Read More ›
Melasma is a skin condition that occurs on the face in the form of brown patches. A change in hormonal status (higher levels of estrogen) is thought to trigger and be the cause of the condition (i.e. birth control pills, pregnancy), although many women without these risk factors also have it.
UVA rays are the stimulant … Read More ›