20 Apr Be the First to Know about Specials & New Treatments with the Spectrum Dermatology Newsletter
Are you subscribed to the Spectrum Dermatology newsletter? You can always find information on our providers, the wide range of treatments we offer, and any specials or new procedures on our website. However, if you want to be the first to know about everything happening at your favorite dermatologist, you’ll find it in our monthly newsletter. It’s full of educational topics, best practices to keep your skin protected and looking young, and of course the place to find out about limited-time specials on the treatments you love and procedures you’ve been wanting to try.
Both cosmetic dermatology and medical dermatology are covered in the newsletter, so you can be certain you’re reading the latest information on how to properly protect your skin as we head into the summer months as well as advice on what types of laser technologies are best for you and your skin. For instance, did you know it’s now recommended to liberally re-apply sunscreen every 75 minutes instead of every 90? Research has shown that sunscreen doesn’t always last quite as long as we used to think. Combine that fact with statistics that show most people don’t apply enough sunscreen to begin with, and it all comes down to needing more re-applications to attain the protection your skin needs.
Learn More about Skin Care Options in the Newsletter
One of the most popular treatments at Spectrum Dermatology is laser skin resurfacing. However, there are a lot of technologies available and Spectrum Dermatology is home to one of the largest suites of lasers in the area. There’s no such thing as a single laser that’s the best for every person and skin type, and combing through information online can be overwhelming and confusing. That’s why our newsletter provides quick, concise, and easy to digest information on treatments like laser skin rejuvenation.
We have seven primary lasers in our clinic, and each can be ideal for treating certain skin concerns and skin types. For instance, the Xtrac laser is a light therapy that is designed to treat psoriasis, some types of eczema, and even vitiligo. It uses one wavelength and addresses individual areas of the skin. Xtrac is a favorite for patients struggling with specific skin conditions and was created to treat some of the most stubborn issues. However, Xtrac is relatively rare to find in most dermatology offices, which is why we’re proud to offer it in our clinics. Don’t let another clinic’s lack of laser technology get in the way of achieving the healthy, beautiful skin you deserve.
Some clients don’t realize there are laser options beyond the most standard on the market. That’s why we feature treatments in our newsletter that might not be as well known, but can be life-changing for certain clients. Sign up for the newsletter and you’ll never miss out on any information or money-saving opportunities.
A Skin Care Newsletter That’s a Fun, Fast Read
Preventing skin cancer and treating it as early as possible is a primary goal of any reputable dermatologist. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the US and nearly 10,000 people every year are diagnosed with it. There are different types of skin cancers as well as best practices when it comes to self-monitoring moles in conjunction with annual skin checks. We feature the latest information on skin cancer and what to watch out for in our newsletters to help you keep skin cancer prevention at the forefront of your daily life. From the latest skin cancer studies to outlining why a dermatology clinic that offers Mohs Surgery for removal is so important to work with, we’ll help you stay up to date on the best ways to identify and treat skin cancer.
At Spectrum Dermatology, we know that feeling your best aligns with looking your best. The skin is the biggest organ we have, and taking care of it requires working with a dermatology team you trust and staying up to date on the latest information and treatment options. However, we also know you’re busy. Few people have the time (or inclination) to pore over long, dry dermatology journals and articles—that’s our job. We’ll condense the latest information you need to know, pair it with specials to keep your skin looking and acting young and fresh, and always keep you in the loop when it comes to information on our providers, products, and more. Sign up for the newsletter today, and call Spectrum Dermatology at (480) 948-8400 if you’re ready to book a consultation or appointment.