Reasons To See A Dermatologist

Posted on: 29 May 2020

In a lot of cases, things going on with your skin can be taken care of at home. If you have a few pimples, you can ignore them and they'll be gone soon enough. If you have some normal dry skin, you can exfoliate or use lotion and your skin will be back to its normal condition. However, there are a lot of other times when you may want to go to the dermatologist, either to see what's causing the issue you are dealing with or to have an issue treated that you know isn't something you can tend to without help.
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What Treatments Are Used For Melanoma?

Posted on: 10 February 2020

Melanoma is a type of cancer that begins in the melanocytes which are the pigment cells of the skin. This type of skin cancer occurs more commonly to those who have fair skin. It is often caused by excessive exposure to the sun or artificial UV rays in tanning beds or booths. However, melanoma can occur due to a weakened immune system as well. These are the types of treatment used for melanoma.
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Thick, Greasy Dandruff? It Might Be Seborrheic Dermatitis

Posted on: 27 January 2020

Dandruff is a common and harmless condition to have, but it's not the only thing that can cause clumps of skin to form on the scalp. If you've noticed that your dandruff seems to be thicker and more noticeable than other people's, it might not be dandruff at all. Here's what you need to know about this condition. What It Looks Like The condition in question, seborrheic dermatitis, shares some similarities with dandruff.
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Minimize Scarring After Mohs Surgery

Posted on: 23 January 2020

Mohs surgery is minimally invasive, and as a result, scarring after this procedure is typically on the milder side. However, what's important to understand is that, to some degree, you can control the degree to which you experience scarring after this surgical procedure. If you want your skin to look as healthy as it is after your procedure, learn what steps you should be prepared to take. Wound Care Depending on how large the area is from which the small segment of skin is removed, your provider might provide you with some wound care instructions.
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