Skin Cancer Treatment and Screening

The most common of all cancers is cancer of the skin. Melanoma, a form of skin cancer, accounts for a small percentage of overall cases, less than 2%, yet it is the cause of a large majority of skin cancer deaths each year. According to the...

Most often, when you think of a dermatologist appointment, it will be to treat a skin condition such as acne or to schedule a skin cancer screening. But, did you know there are many other procedures and techniques that board certified dermatologists offer? The term 'cosmetic...

As you age, your skin ages also. Little wrinkles may give way to larger creases, sagging skin may start to make you look older, and little things like acne scars, large pores, age spots and spider veins may go from bad to worse. So, what...

Your health is the most important aspect of your life. There may come a time, or it may be here now, that you are in need of a dermatological procedure. What are your options when it comes to dealing with troublesome skin conditions? If you think...

If there is one thing that winter doesn't particularly inspire you to do, it's to wear sunscreen. In fact, it's probably one of the least most likely thoughts on your mind on any given winter day. Who needs sunscreen when the sun feels so weak...

Protecting your skin from ultraviolet (UV) rays is important all year long, not just in summer. Did you know that UV rays can reach your skin on cloudy days or when the sun is just hazy all day long? You don't need a bright, sunny...

Skin cancer is deadly, and all too common — but it is also preventable in many cases. By taking care of yourself and your skin, and protecting your body from the effects of the sun, you may be able to prevent skin cancer by greatly...