Acne not only affects your skin – it can also affect your self-esteem. Even after they fade, the acne blemishes may leave behind scars that are also problematic for your appearance and self-esteem. Many people utilize makeup in an attempt to cover these scars, but other solutions are available if you want a more natural and appealing repair. This guide will help you understand acne scars and how dermal fillers can help.
30 May 2019
Mohs surgery is a common procedure for many skin cancers because it has the highest cure rate. If you've been told you need to undergo Mohs surgery, you'll be happy to know that recovery is typically quick and mostly painless, but there are post-operative considerations you should be aware of to give yourself the best possible outcome. Immediate Post-Surgical Care Mohs surgery is nearly always an outpatient process, but the surgery itself can take several hours, so schedule yourself a full day off for your surgery.
12 August 2017
If you recently had a deep chemical peel performed by a cosmetic dermotologist to minimize fine lines, wrinkles, and scars on your face, the following tips will assist with keeping negative side effects to a minimum, including scabs, puffiness, and pain. As a result, you will be well on your way to healing and enjoying your updated appearance. Apply Ointment And Allow Your Skin To Breathe If your dermatologist instructed you to apply a specific ointment to your face each day, wash your hands with antibacterial soap or put on a pair of surgical gloves before applying the ointment to your face.
17 July 2017
Many skin cancer patients have dry skin around the area of treatment. It's important that you know how to safely provide comfort for these areas since it's different from handling simple dry skin. These areas are going to be much more sensitive. Here are five tips to help you deal with dry skin after cancer treatment: Be Extremely Gentle: Being too rough on the area is only going to make it worse.
21 June 2017
Moles are so common that most people have at least one. Some people have several of them. They aren't dangerous and they don't need to be removed unless they become sore from rubbing against clothing, they become precancerous, or you just don't like the way they affect your appearance. A dermatologist can remove moles quite easily, even those on your face. Here are two ways it's done. Shaving The Mole
6 May 2017
Many people want their appearance to be as attractive as possible. If a mole is making you uncomfortable with your looks, then having the mole removed could be a great option. There are many different at-home remedies available for mole removal, but it's always best to have a dermatologist remove any moles you want to get rid of in order to avoid potential complications. Here are three things that you need to keep in mind as you attempt to take care of an unsightly mole in the near future.
22 March 2017
It is nearly impossible to flip through a magazine or watch the television without seeing an ad for a skin care product. Despite the claims in the ad, not everything that you hear or see is true. To help ensure your skin care regimen is right for you, here are some common myths about skin care and the truth. Higher SPF Is Best for the Skin Everyone knows the importance of using sunscreen to protect the skin from harmful ultraviolet rays.
12 March 2017