January 2015

Botox For Vertical Lip Lines

Kissing lines. Smokers lines. Why do I still use a straw? Vertical Lip Lines. Call the what you will, but the lines that form on the top and bottom lips around the mouth are a major cosmetic concern. Thankfully, there are multiple ways to treat fine lines, and restore a much more natural and smoother appearance. Why It Happens “The Continue reading

Can My Mohs Surgeon Perform Reconstruction?

If you will require a reconstructive procedure following your Mohs Micrographic Surgery, you may be wondering whether you should rely on your Mohs surgeon to perform the secondary operation or seek out a plastic surgeon. Every patient’s case is unique and there are many factors to consider before making a decision. Our experienced dermatologist and trained Mohs surgeon, Dr. Adam Continue reading

How Can Micro-Needling Help With Skin Tightening?

One of the newest technologies in skin rejuvenation is Micro-Needling. This treatment helps with a multitude of skin issues and concerns, and can offer exemplary results. Beyond general rejuvenation, micro-needling can also help you by assisting with acne scarring, pigmentation issues, textural consistency, and tightening of the skin. Micro-Needling For Skin Tightening The Micro-Needling procedure is unique, as it can almost Continue reading

Pruritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy

In case you didn’t realize it, your body changes when you become pregnant! But along with the little person growing inside of you, skin changes are some of the most common things observed during pregnancy.  We all know about stretch marks and hair changes, but changes in moles and specific skin rashes can also occur. Pruritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy, Continue reading

Recovery After Mohs Micrographic Surgery

When preparing for Mohs Micrographic Surgery, one of the most important elements to understand is that the recovery process is just as essential to achieving successful results as the surgical procedure. To help you plan for this event, our trained Mohs surgeon, Dr. Adam Mamelak, explains what the healing process is typically like: After your Mohs procedure, you may require Continue reading

What Can A Steam & Extractions Do For My Skin?

Forget fish pedicures, snail facials, and the other latest and greatest skin care trends. Steam and extractions are almost considered a standard among aestheticians and beauty experts for its undisputed benefits for your skin and complexion. Why Should I Steam My Face? Steaming your face and skin is pretty much exactly as it sounds. A specialized skin steamer is used Continue reading

Employee Spotlight | Verified Terrific Tara

Benefits verification can be a cumbersome task. Countless minutes and hours go into securing the information that makes a patient’s trip to the doctor run as smoothly as it can. Sanova Dermatology’s benefits coordinator Tara is an extremely diligent worker. She spends her days calmly and efficiently phoning the insurance companies to ensure that all information is confirmed prior to Continue reading

As Simple As A Mole | Tara’s Story

Sanova Dermatology’s Benefit’s Coordinator Tara offered to share her personal story involving her father’s battle with Basal Cell Carcinoma. “I never saw my dad wear sunscreen… We never wore sunscreen.” Tara believe many of her father’s activities and habits led to the development of his skin cancer. “My father was in the sun all the time. He had these ‘leopard Continue reading

Microcystic Adnexal Carcinoma

When people talk about skin cancer, they often think about malignancies like Melanoma, Basal Cell Carcinoma, and Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Although not as common, other types of skin cancer exist and can pose significant risks to your health. Microcystic Adnexal Carcinoma, often referred to by its acronym MAC, is one such malignant growth that can develop on the skin. What is it? “This Continue reading

Fibrous Papule of the Nose

A new growth on the skin, especially in a sun-exposed area, should always be taken seriously. Nowadays, skin cancer is so common with 1 in 5 American developing these malignant tumors in their lifetime. For example, basal cell carcinoma is now the most common type of cancer that develops in humans, and the most common area affected is the nose Continue reading

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