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Premier Dermatology Partners diet that causes acne How Can Your Diet Affect Acne?

How Can Your Diet Affect Acne?

If you suffer from acne, you’ve probably done your homework on home remedies and other ways to prevent or combat outbreaks. During your research, you may have come across several articles, studies, and papers discussing
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Premier Dermatology Partners pattern alopecia treatment Can I Reverse Pattern Alopecia?

Can I Reverse Pattern Alopecia?

When you look in the mirror, what’s the first thing you notice? If you’re losing your hair, chances are your eyes are fixed on your scalp and what’s lacking, thinning, or receding. The good news
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Premier Dermatology Partners rash skin treatment Effective Treatments for Relieving Contact Dermatitis

Effective Treatments for Relieving Contact Dermatitis

If you’ve ever broken out in a rash or blisters after touching something or rubbing something on your skin, you’ve experienced what dermatologists call contact dermatitis. While this skin condition isn’t life-threatening, it can be
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Premier Dermatology partners Abnormally shaped finger nail How to Treat Nails with Abnormal Shape and Texture

How to Treat Nails with Abnormal Shape and Texture

We tend to treat our fingernails and toenails as merely cosmetic features. Maintaining their appearance is akin to getting our hair cut on a regular basis or shaving our unwanted body hair. However, our nails
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Spider veins on a thigh How to Get the Best Results from Your Spider Vein Treatment

How to Get the Best Results from Your Spider Vein Treatment

We all have blood pumping through our veins. Inside these veins are valves that pump blood back to our heart. If these valves weaken for whatever reason, though, some of that blood hangs back and
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Doctor treating patient's acne Consider Adding These Cosmetic Services to Your Acne Treatment

Consider Adding These Cosmetic Services to Your Acne Treatment

If you’ve struggled with acne for some time, you’ve probably tried to control and/or prevent breakouts in various ways. For some, over-the-counter medications containing benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, and/or alpha hydroxy acids do the trick
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Doctor examining patient's back Why Your Dermatologist May Recommend Mohs Surgery for Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC)

Why Your Dermatologist May Recommend Mohs Surgery for Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC)

On average, more than 5.4 million cases of nonmelanoma skin cancer are treated every year in more than 3.3 million patients, according to The Skin Cancer Foundation. This type of skin cancer comes in two
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Lesion on a scalp Mohs Surgery to Remove Scalp Lesions: What to Expect

Mohs Surgery to Remove Scalp Lesions: What to Expect

Skin cancer can occur anywhere on the body, but certain areas are more susceptible than others, especially those that are regularly exposed to sunlight. As such, it’s most common for cancerous lesions to appear on
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Woman's face with rosacea Not Sure if Your Rash is Rosacea? Your Dermatologist Can Help

Not Sure if Your Rash is Rosacea? Your Dermatologist Can Help

Most skin conditions display visible symptoms. And as it turns out, many of these symptoms can look and feel quite similar. Because of this, it’s often difficult to determine the actual problem on one’s own
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Shingles on someone's back Will I Still Get Herpes Zoster (Shingles) if I Had Chicken Pox?

Will I Still Get Herpes Zoster (Shingles) if I Had Chicken Pox?

Shingles is one of the more painful and potentially aggressive skin conditions one can develop. And, unfortunately, it’s relatively common in adults. It’s estimated that over 200,000 people are affected by shingles in the U.S
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Doctor screening for skin cancer Skin Cancer Screening: Catch Skin Cancer Earlier

Skin Cancer Screening: Catch Skin Cancer Earlier

The Skin Cancer Foundation informs us that 1 in 5 Americans will develop some form of skin cancer before the age of 70. Indeed, skin cancer is the most pervasive cancer both in the U.S
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Hair in person's hand Hair Loss and Alopecia: When Should I See a Dermatologist?

Hair Loss and Alopecia: When Should I See a Dermatologist?

For so many of us, our hair is a major part of our identity. Whether you enjoy styling your hair a certain way, change it up on the regular, or prefer no hair at all
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