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  • Rosy Complexion? Flushed Cheeks? You May Have Rosacea
    Rosacea is a chronic skin condition of the face that affects an estimated 16 million Americans. Because rosacea is frequently misdiagnosed and confused with acne, sunburn or eye irritation, a Read more
  • Living with Psoriasis
    Psoriasis is a common, chronic and often frustrating skin condition that causes skin scaling, inflammation, redness and irritation. The exact cause is unknown, but psoriasis is thought to be caused Read more
  • Monitoring Your Moles
    Although moles are usually harmless, in some cases they can become cancerous, causing melanoma. For this reason, it is important to regularly examine your skin for any moles that change Read more
  • Eczema
    Eczema, also called “dermatitis,” refers to several different rash-like conditions where the skin is inflamed, red and irritated. The most severe and long-lasting type of eczema is atopic dermatitis. During Read more
  • Wrinkle Prevention: Minimize Fine Lines and Maximize Your Youthfulness
    The telltale signs of aging skin—wrinkles, puffy eyes, age spots—may start to appear as we grow older. We can’t fight the aging process, but we can take steps now to Read more
  • Battling Teenage Acne
    Acne is by far the most common skin complaint among teenagers, affecting nearly all of those between the ages of 12 and 17 at least occasionally, according to the American Read more
  • Adult Acne: How to Control Blemishes & Breakouts in Your Middle Years
    Acne is the most common of all skin disorders, affecting almost everyone at some point in their lives. While most people outgrow acne in their late teens or early twenties, Read more
  • Everything You Need to Know About Skin Cancer
    Skin cancer is one the most common of all cancer types, which occurs when malignant cells are found in the outer layers of your skin. More than 2 million people Read more
  • SPF - Choosing the Best Sunscreen for Optimal Skin Protection
    There is a wide variety of sunscreens available, including lotions, sprays, creams, gels, wipes, and lip balms, to name a few. These topical products absorb or reflect some, but not Read more
  • Welcome To Our Blog
    Welcome to the website and our new blog. Please take the time to review the website for information on our pratice, skin health care, and other valuable information that will Read more

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