Spectrum Dermatology Blog

Humans put their bodies through a great deal of stress, inject toxins, consume food that might not be nutritious, etc. Add in a genetic component and you have all the fuel you need to age before your time. You may be surprised to learn all of the...

Melanoma is the least common but the most deadly skin cancer, accounting for only about 1% of all cases, but the vast majority of skin cancer deaths. It affects about 2 percent of people during their lifetime on average, and rates are going up. Unlike...

People of all skin types and tones develop sun damaged skin on the head, face, chest, back, arms, legs and hands. Sun damage occurs from repeated long-term exposure to UVA and UVB, resulting in brown age spots (also known as liver spots or sun freckles),...

Acne scars can be a very traumatic problem. Even though the acne breakouts may be controlled or have long since stopped, the scarring remains for a lifetime. Treatment for acne can be as troublesome as the disease itself. Usually, successful treatment requires a the feedback from a...

Spectrum Dermatology is giving two exciting seminars in the month of June and we invite you to attend. Remember to RSVP early as space is limited. IDEAL PRODUCTS TO PROTECT YOUR SKIN FOR THE SUMMER When: Tuesday, June 14th, 4 – 5 pm RSVP: RSVP For The Skin...

Spectrum Dermatology is proud to offer the following specials for the month of June. Featuring ways to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, we invite you to learn more and book your appointment to take advantage this month. Thursday June 16th, 2016 - Botox Happy...

When you have a concern about your skin, hair or nails, there are only so many places you can go to look for advice. You want to find the very best dermatologist you can, but just what should you be looking for in a dermatology...

Even in today's world, with computers and smartphones, teenagers still manage to spend a lot of time outdoors. Most people receive half of the ultraviolet (UV) rays dose they'll receive in their lifetime by the time they are 20 years old. There seems to be...

The odds of developing skin cancer rises the older you get. By the time people reach the age of 65 there's a very good chance that between 40-50 percent will have experienced at least one skin cancer episode. Older white men are particularly susceptible. Many older...

When you think about going to the dermatologist's office, what comes to mind? Is it for a skin treatment, possibly acne or some other medical problem, or do you need something more? Everything from skin treatments to anti-aging procedures is available at your Scottsdale dermatology...