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.

Rhinophyma ›

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 ›

Photorejuvenation ›

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 ›

The “Herald Patch” Rash Fall/ Winter Newsletter 2016 ›

Pityriasis rosea (PR) is a
 fairly common rash that typically occurs during the fall and 
spring, but can develop any time during the year. It most frequently appears in children and teenagers, however, those in other age groups can develop PR as well. The rash is characterized by pink or salmon colored, scaly, oval and … Read More ›

Rosacea Caused Half by Nature, Half by Lifestyle, Winter/Spring 2016 Newsletter ›

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 ›

Rosacea, Winter 2014 Newsletter ›

With the winter months upon us, many patients with rosacea often experience flares from the cold weather. Rosacea is a skin condition seen most often in adults ages 30 to 60 that causes redness and raised, red bumps on the face. Symptoms include redness, blushing, tiny swollen blood vessels on the skin, and … Read More ›

Rosacea in Summer ›

Summer can be a troublesome time for rosacea sufferers. The sun, hot weather and humidity can all trigger rosacea and lead to a flare up. Sun exposure is one of the most common triggers for rosacea patients. Daily use of a sunscreenRead More ›

Rosacea ›

As winter approaches, patients with rosacea need to take special care of their skin. The combination of outdoor winds and indoor heating causes the skin to loose a lot of moisture. Patients with rosacea are already prone to dry skin and winter can be a time of increased dryness which may aggravate rosacea. Many patients will … Read More ›

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