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3 Reasons to Choose CoolSculpting Over Liposuction

If you have stubborn fat around your middle section or thighs, it can sometimes be hard to get rid of. If you have tried both diet and exercise but still can’t get rid of that stubborn fat, it may be time to consider a procedure like CoolSculpting. By freezing your fat cells, CoolSculpting can give […]


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What to Look for In a Sunscreen

You may screen the movies your kids watch, spend too much time staring at your computer screen, but do you know what to look for in a different type of screen? Sunscreen? Even though it’s easy to reach for just about any bottle of sunscreen that you see on the drugstore shelf, there are a […]


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Summer Skin Care: 3 Things to Look for In Sunscreen

With summer here, you likely have more than a few plans to spend your days outside basking in the warm sun. And although a little Vitamin D is good for your skin and overall health, nothing is quite as bad for your skin as too much sun. To help you keep your skin protected all […]


Cosmetic Dermatology

Man-up and fight those wrinkles

Due mostly to genetics (and amount of unprotected sun exposure), we all age differently. Women often complain that men age “better,” and are still considered quite attractive with forehead furrows and crow’s feet. But truthfully, not all men are happy with the way they’re aging, either. Not all men age the way George Clooney and […]


Psoriasis Basics

In continuation of our most recent topic on Psoriasis Basics, here is the third article in our series. Psoriasis Triggers Although the cause of a particular outbreak may not be known, some common psoriasis triggers have been identified, including: Stress Infection, such as strep throat or staphylococcus (including MRSA) Medications, including lithium, beta blockers, and […]


Psoriasis Basics Part 2

In continuation of our most recent topic, here is the second installment in our series on Psoriasis Basics Cause of Psoriasis Normal skin cells (keratinocytes) start growing in the deepest layers of the skin (epidermis) and rise to the surface as they mature. The mature cells at the surface eventually fall off from everyday wear […]


Psoriasis Basics Part 1

Psoriasis is a chronic skin disorder that causes red, scaly patches on the limbs, trunk, scalp, and other parts of the body. It is not contagious. The rash of psoriasis goes through cycles of improving and worsening. A period of worsening is called a “flare”. At times, psoriasis can be disfiguring, uncomfortable, and even painful. […]


Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema) Basics Part 2

The exact cause of atopic dermatitis is unknown, but the tendency to develop atopic dermatitis runs in families. People with atopic dermatitis are more likely to suffer allergies and/or symptoms of asthma. The connection between these disorders appears to be an overactive immune system. T-cells, a type of white blood cell that fights infections, appear […]


Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema) Basics Part 1

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic skin disorder that causes dry, itching, and inflamed skin. The rash of atopic dermatitis comes and goes.   The term eczema is sometimes used to describe atopic dermatitis. Eczema refers to inflamed, itching skin from a variety of causes. Atopic dermatitis is the most common type of eczema.   […]


Facial Skin Rejuvenation, Part 2

Lasers Non-Ablative Laser Rejuvenation . Laser rejuvenation with “non-ablative” lasers can work on the deep layers of the skin to stimulate collagen growth and tighten underlying skin to remove fine lines and wrinkles. There is also minimal downtime. Laser Resurfacing . Laser resurfacing with “ablative” lasers accurately removes the topmost layer of skin for the […]


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