Are you experiencing hair loss or thinning? Finding the proper hair care solution can be challenging regardless of the situation. At the Dermatology Center for Skin Health, PLLC, our goal is to sit down with you to discuss your problem so that we can find a solution. Continue reading to learn more about alopecia and if there are solutions for hair loss.
At the Dermatology Center for Skin Health, PLLC, we offer microdermabrasion treatments, where we use the DermaSweep® device and infusions to help our patients achieve healthy skin. Continue reading to learn more about microdermabrasion treatments and if they work.
Melasma is a common condition that often appears as brown or gray spots on the face, neck, chest or forearms. Though melasma can go away on its own, improvement usually requires treatment from a dermatologist. Continue reading to learn more about melasma.
In short, warts are common, non-cancerous skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which causes skin cells to grow faster than average. The good news is that warts will often go away on their own or can be medically removed. Continue reading to learn more about warts and their removal and treatment.
Did you know that skin cancer is the most common form of cancer? At the Dermatology Center for Skin and Health, PLLC, we believe that regular skin checks are imperative to anyone’s health because if skin cancer is caught early, it is generally curable.
Unfortunately, skin checks are examinations that often get overlooked. Even if you take great care of your skin and skin cancer does not run in your family, it can still affect you. Continue reading to learn more about why regular skin cancer checks are essential for healthy skin.
Laser hair removal is a safe way to remove unwanted face and body hair that provides long-term results. Continue reading to learn more about laser hair removal.
Eczema (also known as atopic dermatitis) is a prevalent, rash-like, itchy skin condition that children often develop by the age of five. Simply put, eczema is a condition that causes a person's skin to become red and itchy. It may start as a simple rash, but the skin becomes inflamed and even redder when scratched. Eczema can show symptoms anywhere on the body. Although there is no known cure for eczema, early diagnosis, lifestyle changes and treatment can significantly reduce symptoms. Read on for more information about causes, symptoms and treatment of eczema in children.
As summer fades into fall, you might be admiring the last few weeks of your hard-earned summer freckles. These harmless little brownish spots are caused by the overproduction of melanin, usually due to exposure to ultraviolet light. You probably notice a new freckle or two each year, but how can you tell if that little brownish spot is truly another harmless freckle or a questionable mole? Continue reading to learn more about how to spot the difference between a freckle and a mole.
Every year of your life is marked by experiences and memories, but unfortunately, sometimes that means signs of aging. Everyone experiences this inevitable wear and tear on their skin, but there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution to reducing the effects of aging. To help turn back the clock, you’ve got to narrow down the results you’re searching for and decide which route you’d like to go to attain the best results for your individual needs. Continue reading to learn which anti-aging products are right for you.
People of all ages can and will experience age spots at some point in their lives. These age spots are also known as liver spots or sunspots and typically begin to appear in people 50 years and older. These nonthreatening blemishes are usually found in areas of the skin that experience high sun exposure, like the hands, arms, shoulders and face. These spots of varying shape and size are reminiscent of freckles but do not share the same ability to fade away as freckles do. Continue reading to learn more about age spots.