What Can I Expect From Broadband Light Treatment?

No matter how well we take care of our skin—protecting it from sunlight, avoiding stress, exfoliating, cleansing, and moisturizing—the effects of aging inevitably begin to show. Thankfully, modern technology has developed numerous treatments and techniques that can be used to slow or even reverse some of the harshest impacts of aging. At The Dermatology Clinic, […]

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What Can I Expect From Broadband Light Treatment?

No matter how well we take care of our skin—protecting it from sunlight, avoiding stress, exfoliating, cleansing, and moisturizing—the effects of aging inevitably begin to show. Thankfully, modern technology has developed numerous treatments and techniques that can be used to slow or even reverse some of the harshest impacts of aging. At The Dermatology Clinic, […]

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Dermaplaning 101: What to Know About This Treatment

Dermaplaning is a popular dermatological procedure among celebrities these days, and for good reason. Unwanted hair and dull skin on the face can be annoying, especially in pictures and under makeup. Dermaplaning can provide beautiful results without any downtime.  What Are the Dermaplaning Process and Recovery Like? Dermaplaning is a minimally abrasive exfoliation method used to […]

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Radiesse vs. Juvéderm: Which Is Right for You?

Injectable fillers are a popular option for those who want to achieve smoother, firmer skin without invasive surgery. As demand for minimally invasive cosmetic treatments increases, you have your choice of options depending on your specific aesthetic goals. However, this can also make it challenging to select the right procedure. Here’s what you need to […]

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The Most Common Types of Skin Cancer

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, roughly one out of every five Americans will develop skin cancer at some point in their lives. While this statistic may seem frightening, it’s important to remember that some types of skin cancer are far less dangerous than others and that most diagnoses can be treated, especially if […]

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Treatment and Management of Actinic Keratosis

Have you noticed dry, rough patches on your skin as you get older? You might call them sunspots or age spots, but they are actually known as actinic keratosis. Caused by sun exposure, this condition causes skin cells to become overgrown and form bumpy tan, brown, or pink areas. Actinic keratosis is characterized by raised […]

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Aftercare Tips for Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are a safe and quick way to help rejuvenate the skin. While there are a number of different types, the general technique is to use a chemical solution to remove older dead skin on the surface, which is peeled away to reveal the more youthful newer skin cells underneath. This process is not […]

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What Is Shingles?

Shingles, also called herpes zoster, affects one in three Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This condition is a viral infection characterized by an itchy, painful rash. It can occur in anyone who has had chickenpox, and outbreaks occur when the varicella-zoster virus, which causes both illnesses, is reactivated in the […]

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Possible Causes of Discolored Skin

Skin discoloration can take a variety of forms, and sometimes it indicates a more serious underlying health issue. Whether a patch of skin is lighter or darker than your normal skin tone, or even if it’s a strange color like red, gray, or blue, it’s important to figure out the root cause of discoloration and […]

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