Spectrum Dermatology Blog

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...

Twenty percent of Americans will have at least one type of skin cancer by the time they reach age 70. Annual skin checks are a critical part of catching skin cancer early, and Spectrum Dermatology recommends everyone (of every age and skin tone) make getting...

Anyone can develop a double chin, and you don’t need to be overweight to struggle with this common problem. Spectrum Dermatology offers Kybella to eliminate double chins in weeks. It’s a minimally invasive procedure that uses injections of deoxycholic acid (DA) to dissolve unwanted fat...

Nobody knows the exact cause of rosacea, a harmless condition that results in flushing (sometimes very intensely) of the face, neck, and chest. It is commonly confused with acne, which is why routine visits to Spectrum Dermatology is key. You should see a dermatologist just...

There are over 3,000 different skin conditions and diseases. Some are more common than others, such as acne, rosacea, and psoriasis, but a reputable dermatologist like those at Spectrum Dermatology is adept at diagnosing and treating all. Many times, a patient won’t go to a...

With so many technologies and treatments to clear and brighten skin, it can be overwhelming at first. Spectrum Dermatology only offers the latest, most effective, and safest procedures including eMatrix skin resurfacing. This treatment addresses the most common cosmetic skin issues including brown spots, scarring,...

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...