September 2013

Top 5 Reasons to get Mohs Surgery to treat Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer that affects humans and the rates are now confirmed that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer at one point or another. Sun protection is the key, and although you should always keep your sun screen on and avoid being in the sun for long periods at a time, there Continue reading

Radiant Skin for Your Wedding Day: Top 5 Skin Care Tips for the Bride-to-be!

Everyone wants to look flawless on their wedding day. However, wedding planning stress can take its toll on our skin. Dr. Miriam Hanson at Sanova Dermatology has 5 simple skin care tips to give you radiant, beautiful skin on your wedding day. De-Stress: With guest lists, flowers, dress fittings and mother-in-laws, planning a wedding is far from a non-stress event? Continue reading

Microcannula technique minimizes discomfort and bruising with dermal filler treatments

“No one likes a needle!” claims Dr. Miriam Hanson, cosmetic dermatologist at Sanova Dermatology. “Whether it’s a cosmetic rejuvenating procedure designed to treat fine lines and restore volume, or even a simple skin biopsy – I don’t think any patient likes the idea of an injection. Sharp hypodermic needles have been the cosmetic norm for dermal fillers like Juvéderm and Continue reading

New pill can treat Basal Cell Carcinoma skin cancer

Basal cell carcinoma is the most common type of skin cancer—with about 2.8 million cases of skin cancer per year in the United States. The treatment of basal cell carcinoma skin cancer has traditionally relied on surgery, chemotherapy creams and even radiation. Overall, these treatments are well-tolerated and effective. This is particularly true of Mohs micrographic surgery – a specialized Continue reading

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