Spectrum Dermatology Blog

Learn more about trials, current availability, and see if you qualify at the Spectrum Dermatology clinical trials page. We are committed to helping optimize patient care and advance medical science by hosting a number of clinical trials in need of patients like you. Our clinic...

Research published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal analyzed hundreds of patient experiences with CoolSculpting, one of the most popular procedures at Spectrum Dermatology. The complete findings can be found in the article “Broad Overview of a Clinical and Commercial Experience with CoolSculpting,” in which researchers...

If you are like a lot of Americans, COVID-19 has had you spending more time indoors and a lot less time commuting. Those two scenarios can lead to a false sense of safety when it comes to skin cancer and UV exposure, but at Spectrum...

Psoriasis and eczema are both very common skin conditions, and they can be difficult for non-professionals to tell apart. Both are a type of rash and both can be treated at Spectrum Dermatology. Like all rashes, psoriasis and eczema can both present as redness and...

At Spectrum Dermatology, we have always put the health and safety of our patients first—and right now is no exception. Our clinic has been abiding by the social distancing and self-isolation best practices as mandated by the state, but we are still here for you...

Rashes, also known as dermatitis, present as patches of itchy, swollen, and irritated skin. Spectrum Dermatology treats all kinds of rashes, and diagnosing the type of rash and the cause is critical to future prevention and proper treatment. Most rashes are red and painful, but...

You know CoolSculpting as the revolutionary, completely non-invasive procedure that freezes away pockets of stubborn fat for good. It’s the popular body contouring and body sculpting treatment at Spectrum Dermatology, and the makers of CoolSculpting have expanded treatment options to virtually every area of the...

What’s the difference between hyperpigmentation and melasma? It’s a common question at Spectrum Dermatology, and technically melasma is a type of hyperpigmentation. Hyperpigmentation is the term for any type of skin darkening and can be caused by a number of things. Brown spots are the...