BroadBand Light Treatment For Younger Looking Skin

There was a time, not so long ago, when most cosmetic procedures involved surgery. To reduce the signs of facial aging, patients had to go under the knife. Fortunately, times have changed. Technology has given us the tools to get the same, if not better, results without cutting. These non-invasive procedures are generally quicker, cheaper, […]

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How Kids Spread Molluscum And How To Prevent It

Of all the skin conditions that pass through The Dermatology Clinic, few are as unsightly as molluscum contagiosum. Caused by a human poxvirus, the infection is characterized by wart-like growths (lesions) that suddenly sprout on the body. Fortunately, its awful appearance is often the worst thing about this benign skin disease. With that said, the […]

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Dysplastic Nevus: Skin Cancer or Mole?

While not an everyday occurrence, it is not at all uncommon for patients to ask me about a “strange mole.” As an aesthetician who works at a dermatologist’s office, I am something of a mole expert. Of all the skin lesions I’ve seen, none are more disconcerting to me than dysplastic nevi. Also known as […]

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Making Heads And Tails Of Actinic Keratoses

As an experienced aesthetician, I’ve seen signs of skin cancer on numerous occasions. More often than not, however, a suspicious spot or patch on the skin is nothing to worry about. Thankfully, then, I get to give patients the good news that it’s merely actinic keratosis. As you might expect, they look at me like […]

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How the Foods You Eat Affect Your Psoriasis

Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease characterized by dry, scaly patches of built-up skin cells. These patches of skin cells are often red, itchy, and uncomfortable for the patient. Because diet and nutrition play a vital role in flare-ups, it’s important for patients to know which foods to avoid and which to eat. Weight Loss And […]

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What is Tinea Versicolor and How is It Treated?

Tinea versicolor is a fungal infection of the skin caused by the skin’s natural yeast. It manifests itself as a rash. It’s relatively easy to kill the infection, but the skin often remains discolored for months, and the infection frequently recurs in many patients. The infection can occur in people of all ages and skin […]

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Why Acting Fast Is Important When It Comes To Skin Cancer

As an aesthetician, I spend most of my time performing non-medical skin care treatments, such as facials and chemical peels. But, because I work at a dermatologist’s office, I’m always on the lookout for signs of skin cancer. If I see anything that’s even remotely suspicious, I always advise my clients to see the dermatologist […]

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Holiday Open House Event – November 19th 2015 – Dermatology Clinic

  Dermatology Clinic Baton Rouge Louisiana Holiday Open House Event Holiday Open House Event Thursday, November 19th, 2015 2pm until 6pm RSVP TO: Cosmetic@thedermatologyclinic.com 225-769-SKIN Schedule Your Appointment Today  Dermatology Clinic  Baton Rouge |  http://mir Event Offer: Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin ten dollars per unit. Twenty percent off fillers, procedures, and products. Prize drawings every hour […]

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