December 2015

The 5 Best Blogs of 2015

The end of the year is often a time to reflect on all the great experiences and things we’ve learned over the past 12 months. Sanova Dermatology is no different. We are also looking back at 2015 with reverence, and wanted to share some of the blogs that patients felt were the most interesting and informative! In New Year’s fashion, Continue reading

Aftercare For Juvederm Voluma Treatment

Bring back your cheeks! Juvederm Voluma is regarded as one of the best go to’s for mid face rejuvenation. This robust dermal filler can restore volume and provide a pick me up for hollows and gravity impaired cheeks.  The results are impressive and a more youthful appearance can be seen immediately after the procedure. “Finding an experienced and skilled injector Continue reading

Should I Use A Moisturizer If I Have Oily Skin

Oily, Dry or Combination skin? It can be difficult to know the ideal skin care routine for your skin type, or even what type of skin you have. These questions can be cleared up with a quick visit to your dermatologist. But for those who are certain that they have naturally oily skin, we have a few tips on how Continue reading

What is Allergic Contact Dermatitis?

Does your skin breakout when you come in contact with certain plants or chemicals? If so, you might have allergic contact dermatitis. The most common allergens that can cause contact dermatitis are plants such as poison ivy, oak, and sumac. But this disease is by no means restricted to gardeners, golfers and outdoors man. Allergic contact dermatitis Allergic contact dermatitis is an Continue reading

Hair Removal Options for Redheads

Laser hair removal is the most popular laser cosmetic procedure in the United States. Women and men alike are interested in a permanent form of hair reduction to relieve the time and hassle dedicated to their often daily ritual. As a redhead, you may also be seeking a more permanent method of removing body hair. After some research, you too Continue reading

More Stitches Than Expected After Mohs Surgery?

Just A Couple Stitches Mohs micrographic surgery is a unique technique for removing cancerous growths like basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma from the skin while sparing the maximum amount of healthy tissue. The skin is typically sutured together to repair the wound or ‘defect’ left by this surgical procedure. “Patients are often surprised by the number of stitches Continue reading

What is Atopic Eczema?

Atopic Dermatitis, also known as Atopic Eczema, is one of the most common forms of eczema on the skin. Approximately 15-30% of children and 2-10% of adults suffer from this inflammatory skin condition that can cause significant itching and discomfort, not to mention secondary infections and damage to the skin. Although there is no cure, there are ways to treat and Continue reading

How To Treat Underarm Sweat

Antiperspirant not working? Our Austin dermatology practice offers an innovative treatment designed to permanently eliminate excessive underarm sweat. Read more.

Though everyone sweats, a certain percentage of the population has sweating in the underarm area that leads to skin irritation, clothing stains, and, oftentimes, undue embarrassment. This can occur in patients who sweat in excess and suffer from a condition known as underarm hyperhidrosis, but also in patients who sweat at normal levels. For many patients, antiperspirant does not offer Continue reading

Top 4 Treatments For Excessive Sweating

If you are one of over 220 million worldwide sufferers of excessive sweating, then finding a treatment option is vitally important. When you sweat excessively it doesn’t just make you feel self-conscious, but it also damages your clothing. So let’s consider the three best treatments for excessive sweating. First, a definition: Hyperhidrosis is the medical name for uncontrollable sweating. This condition affects a large Continue reading

How Can V-Beam Laser Improve My Scar After Mohs Surgery?

Scarring can be a major concern after any kind of surgery. “While Mohs surgery gives patients the comfort in knowing there is less than 1% chance of their skin cancer ever returning, they still have to contend with the scar that might be left behind after their surgery,” says Dr. Adam Mamelak, board certified dermatologist and fellowship trained Mohs micrographic Continue reading

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