Many individuals are affected by skin conditions like psoriasis, rosacea and eczema. These skin conditions typically are characterized by symptoms like red patches, itchy skin and white or silver looking scales. But, what if those symptoms are actually symptoms of or are masking skin cancer? Learn more about why these skin conditions can affect skin cancer detection, and why it’s important to receive a skincare diagnosis and skin cancer check by a certified dermatologist below.
There are several skin lesions that are very common and non-cancerous like moles. However, some moles can turn into cancer. Knowing what to look for when checking your child’s mole can help catch any cancerous moles early. Read on to learn more about moles and signs your child’s mole should get checked.
Did you know that the skin is the body’s largest organ and plays a very large role in keeping our body protected from foreign organisms entering the body that may cause disease? This is why we believe that it’s important to find the best dermatologist for your medical care and elective cosmetic procedures. Continue reading to learn why.
Throughout the years, our dermatologists have received many questions about skin cancer prevention that are frequently asked, including:
Our dermatologists receive questions about best practices in relation to skin care, including:
Eczema/dermatitis is a rash-like skin condition which can show symptoms anywhere on the body. 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 when scratched the skin becomes inflamed and even more red.
Read on for more information on what causes eczema, what it looks like and most important how to ease your symptoms.
At the Dermatology Center for Skin Health, it is our goal to help our patients treat or cure their skin condition, including warts and several different types of dermatitis. Learn more about the five major types of warts and treatments, and the eight different types of dermatitis and treatments.
What happens to our face after the age of 30? Why is it that as we age our bony features, lines and wrinkles are more visible? The three main structural areas that are affected as we age are skin, fat and bone. Overtime the face loses bone and collagen and fat is redistributed.
Learn more about the face as it ages, and what the Dermatology Center for Skin Health can do for you.
Whether you get it on the beach, in a bed, or through incidental exposure, tanning is bad news, any way you acquire it. The damage caused by tanning, even if you’re only getting a little bit of sun here or there, adds up over time and can contribute to aging and skin cancer.
Learn why tanning is bad for your skin, as well as how to check for changes in your skin and skin cancer prevention.
Contrary to what some believe, lasers are not just used for laser hair removal. Different types of lasers have specific range of utility, depending on its wavelength and penetration.
At the Dermatology Center for Skin Health, we utilize the VBeam © Perfecta for non-hair removal related procedures while we use the GentleMax Pro © for laser hair removal procedures as well as other procedures.