Spectrum Dermatology Blog

There are many different types of skin cancer, with melanoma being the deadliest. Spectrum Dermatology encourages everyone, regardless of how much melanin a person produces or the number of moles on their body, to schedule a mole check annually. This is not only the best...

Spectrum Dermatology is one of the few clinics in the region that partners with leaders in skin care and dermatology research to host clinical trials. If you qualify for a clinical trial, you make a big impact in helping researchers and patients just like you...

The technical term for excessive sweating is hyperhidrosis, and it affects 37 million people in the US—most often in the underarm. If no anti-perspirant works for you, if you’ve damaged clothes, or if you opted out of social events (pre-COVID) due to excessive sweating, there’s...

Sun protection is a must year-round, and especially if you’re in a seemingly perpetual sunny state like ours. Spectrum Dermatology is your leading resource for improving your sun protection regimen in order to reduce sun damage—and your risk of developing skin cancer. It’s tempting to...

Brown spots, age spots, and liver spots are all common terms for hyperpigmentation, which naturally occurs as we get older. Spectrum Dermatology offers a suite of options to treat, minimize, and eliminate these spots. Complimentary consultations are available for all cosmetic dermatology, so schedule your...

Skin cancer is the most common of cancers, and melanoma is the deadliest type of skin cancer. However, skin cancer is also completely preventable and Spectrum Dermatology can help you start protecting your skin correctly today. Even though the majority of sun damage occurs when...

Eczema is a very common skin condition which might present with skin that looks red, rough, inflamed, and even cracked. There are many triggers and Spectrum Dermatology sees an influx of patients every winter struggling to control their flare-ups. There are a lot of eczema...

Protecting skin from UV damage can and should begin at birth. Spectrum Dermatology is available to help keep you and your newborn’s skin healthy and to minimize the odds of developing skin cancer. The best way to prevent skin cancer—which 20 percent of adults will...

There are different types of hyperpigmentation including “brown spots,” moles, freckles, “age spots,” and melasma. Spectrum Dermatology can help you reduce the visibility of all types of hyperpigmentation, including melasma. Melasma is relatively common, though it tends to especially affect pregnant women due to the...

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the country, and it’s also 100 percent preventable. Spectrum Dermatology encourages everyone to schedule annual skin checks because this is the best way to catch and treat skin cancer as early as possible. An incredible...