Acne is a problem that can have a profound impact on a teen or young adult. While persistent breakouts are often viewed as a normal part of growing up, there are good reasons to seek the care of a board-certified dermatologist for this problem. If you or someone you love has acne, schedule a visit… Read More »
Want A More Sculpted Jawline? Let’s Talk Options!
Up until a few years ago, most people had never heard the term “submental fullness.” Historically, excess fat beneath the chin has been called a double-chin. We still call it that today much more often than using the term submental fullness. More importantly, we have ways of refining the jawline to appear less “soft” and… Read More »
How To Reduce Acne Scarring
A breakout is an annoyance. Frequent breakouts can be distressing. Chronic acne presents immediate concern related to obvious redness and pimples as well as a concern regarding scarring. In many cases, even mild to moderate acne can cause discoloration that takes months to fade. You don’t have to wait. With a few steps, it is… Read More »
Should You See A Dermatologist?
Most adults see their general doctor once a year for a good old-fashioned physical check-up. Children may see their doctor even more frequently depending on age, and most of us are relatively good about seeing the dentist twice a year. What may go widely unrecognized is the fact that dermatologic exams fit into the scope… Read More »
Summertime Could Be Prime Time For Eczema Flare-Ups. Here’s What You Can Do To Avoid Them!
Usually, we look forward to summer with a sense of great excitement. For those with eczema, summer may not be the sweetest time of year. Several factors may combine to bring on unexpected flare-ups of itchy red patches on the skin. Here, we discuss enemy Number One for those with eczema and what can be done to… Read More »
Let Psoriasis Be Part Of Your Life, Not The Rest Of It
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that causes red patches on the skin. It’s not contagious, but it can be very painful. Psoriasis is a long-term condition that can affect anyone at any age. It’s more common in people aged over 60, but it can start as early as 12 years old and affects men and… Read More »