In response to the escalating threat of COVID-19, ALL of our offices will be available for urgent visits, suture removals and wound check appointments only. For any other skin concerns, we now offer telemedicine/telederm/telehealth (teledermatology) video visits. Our staff will be reaching out...
If you're a skin/beauty enthusiast and have have been following the news, then you knew there is a new kid on the block: Jeuveau. Jeuveau was approved in February of 2019 and has been called the biggest competitor to Botox by many industry...
You should love your classically Celtic complexion, but let’s get real. Occasionally you might feel like a Gaelic ghost. Because people with fair skin have the least amount of melanin pigment, they are more apt to skin damage caused by the sun.
With all the information the media puts out about sun exposure, you might think you know everything you need to know to be safe in the sun. Sometimes, though, there’s conflicting information out there that can be confusing. We’ve rounded up some of the most common misconceptions we’ve heard or seen on the internet and are here to set the record straight on sun exposure.
Want to check your own skin for signs of melanoma? Learn the ABCDs of melanoma and other ways to protect your skin from sun exposure this summer.
Rosacea is a condition that causes redness and often small pus-filled bumps on the face. A lot of people believe that rosacea is only having a red face, but for most people, the symptoms can be worse. If any of these symptoms apply to you, you should see your dermatologist: redness of the face, visible broken blood vessels, sensitive skin, and more.
Here are some tips and tricks for managing your Rosacea. If you have more questions, please call us to book an appointment with one of our board-certified dermatologists.