Spectrum Dermatology Blog

There are varying degrees of sunburns, and all are caused when your skin receives too much ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Spectrum Dermatology offers the best medical-grade products to prevent sunburns and also treats the results of sunburns—whether it’s skin cancer, early signs of aging, or both....

There are so many dermal fillers to choose from that it can be overwhelming. That’s why Spectrum Dermatology only offers the best, most effective, and safest of dermal fillers, like Revanesse Versa. This dermal filler is relatively new and it was designed as a multi-purpose...

Anyone can be diagnosed with skin cancer, and in the U.S. there are more people diagnosed with skin cancer than any other cancer type. According to the American Cancer Society, about 20 percent of Americans will have some form of skin cancer in their lifetime,...

Dermal fillers are a fantastic way to restore volume you’ve lost over the years or create volume where you always wanted it. Spectrum Dermatology offers complimentary consultations on all cosmetic procedures, including dermal fillers. It is important to remember that it is not just choosing...

A rash, by definition, is a change in the texture and/or color of your skin. Rashes are one of the most common reasons that patients book an appointment with Spectrum Dermatology, and getting a diagnosis for your specific type of rash is critical to quick...

Scabies is a medical condition that may be confused as a “simple rash” by non-professionals, which is a reminder of why it’s so important to always see your dermatologist when you notice any change in your skin. Scabies is very itchy and caused by a...

If you struggle with a double chin, you’re not alone. It is a common condition and a treatable one. Spectrum Dermatology offers Kybella, a minimally invasive series of treatments, at all six of our Phoenix area locations including the newest centers in Glendale and Sun...

There are over 3,000 unique types of skin conditions, and some are more common than others. However, with so many potential diagnoses, it’s critical to schedule an appointment at Spectrum Dermatology any time you notice a change or something unusual about your skin. We now...

Acne is a medical condition that your dermatologist can treat with medications. However, the scarring left behind by acne is considered a cosmetic dermatological issue—and it, too, can be treated. Spectrum Dermatology specializes in both medical and cosmetic care, allowing you to have all of...