Your skin is the largest organ on your body and as such, you have seen it go through a lot. A sunburn? Been there. At least a few dozen pimples? Done that. Although it can be easy to spot certain skin conditions, there are others that you may not be quite as familiar with including […]
Playing a game of tag is fun when you’re a kid but as you get old the word tag can suddenly change from a fun childhood memory to a skin issue. Skin tags are a common skin disorder that cause a short, narrow stock to stick out of the skin. Unlike freckles or moles that […]
With summer in full swing, we know that most of our patients are going to be enjoying at least a little bit of fun in the sun. And although the sun can give you healthy doses of vitamin D, it can also cause sun damage and even skin cancer. Here at Gwinnett Dermatology and Georgia […]
Warts come from infections that are caused by viruses in the HPV (human papillomavirus) family of viruses.
Rosacea is a skin condition that affects more than 16 million people in the United States.
One of the scariest things about all forms of cancer— especially skin cancer— is that you don’t necessarily have to have a genetic predisposition to it. Meaning that anyone at virtually anytime can get it— no matter what your race, gender, family history, or socioeconomic status is. And although there are certain factors that can […]
According to the National Eczema Association, more than 31 million Americans have some form of eczema.
If this isn’t your first rodeo— aka your first time visiting Gwinnett Dermatology and Georgia Dermatology Partners— feel free to skip to the next blog post. However, if you are a new patient, we have a few tips to help make your first appointment faster and more effective. Stop Apply Certain Creams If you are […]
Why Is Sunscreen Still Necessary in the Winter? You know the drill: During the hot summer months, you religiously apply sunscreen before you head to the…
If you’ve ever dealt with eczema, you know how uncomfortable this skin condition can be. Formally called atopic…