Recent Blogs

WHAT IS SCAR REVISION SURGERY?

Scars are usually a stinging reminder of an injury sustained in the past. If you wish to remove a scar, you might choose over-the-counter medications, but they usually provide dismal results.

Jul 20th, 2018
WHAT TO EXPECT WITH MOHS SURGERY FOR SKIN CANCER

Finding out you have skin cancer can feel overwhelming. With so many different treatments and dermatologist specialists to choose from, it’s hard to know which option is right for you. Finding out you have skin cancer can feel overwhelming. With so many di

May 22nd, 2018
LIGHT THERAPY, LASERS, AND YOUR SKIN

When you think of “light” and “skin,” you probably jump to the negative effects of the sun on your skin. While sunlight does have dangerous UV rays that damage skin, other types of light can actually help your skin

Mar 26th, 2018
KEEP SCALP CARE TOP OF MIND THIS WINTER

As magical as the winter season can be, it’s not always comfortable – outdoors or inside. Cold temperatures, biting winds, and the constantly running heater can lead to less-than-ideal conditions for your skin.

Feb 24th, 2018
DO I REALLY NEED A SKIN CARE DOCTOR?

Everyone knows the importance of regular checkups with your general physician and dentist. When most people hear the term “skin care,” however, they think of moisturizers, sunscreen, and other products.

Jan 9th, 2018
NO SUN? NO EXCUSE NOT TO USE SUNSCREEN!

With summer in the rear view mirror, the days are growing shorter and cloudier. The overcast, cool weather may make it seem like it’s less imperative to wear sunscreen – but even in fall and winter, sunscreen is a must!

Dec 5th, 2017
TIPS FOR LIVING WITH SENSITIVE SKIN

Between irritation, dryness, discomfort, and a never-ending search for a “holy grail” product, dealing with sensitive skin can seem like nightmare.

Oct 23rd, 2017
SWITCHING YOUR SKINCARE WITH THE SEASONS

As August comes to a close and the weather starts to get cooler, many people anticipate the changing of the seasons. Sweaters are brought out of boxes, fall decorations are dusted off, and gardening supplies are traded out for rakes and snow shovels.

Sep 15th, 2017