June 2016

5 Ways To Rejuvenate On Your Lunch Break!

It’s a fast-paced world we live in that doesn’t always offer an excess amount of time for relaxation or indulgence. Most of us take 30 minutes or an hour in the day to grab a coffee and take a breather. So the question is: did you know that there are multiple aesthetic procedures that you can enjoy over a lunch Continue reading

Zika Prevention: A Quick Guide to What You Do to Prevent Mosquito Bites

The rise of the Zika virus has understandably increased fears of contracting illness from mosquito bites. “There is currently no vaccine or cure for Zika,” says Dr. Adam Mamelak, board certified dermatologist in Austin, Texas. This rapidly spreading mosquito-borne virus that is believed to be responsible for thousands of birth defects. “The only effective weapon against the virus is preventing Continue reading

Tighten & Brighten with Neocutis Nouvelle & Perle

Creating a strong skin care routine can be one of the best ways to combat the creation of fine lines, wrinkles, and age-related skin changes. “Fine lines and darks spots often go hand-in-hand,” says Dr. Miriam Hanson, a board certified dermatologist and cosmetic expert in Austin, Texas. “Patients seeking for effective skin care are often looking for therapies that brighten Continue reading

How do sunburns increase your risk of skin cancer?

Decades ago, women were encouraged to lay out in the sun with their skin slathered in baby oil. Many claim this fashion movement was first started by Coco Chanel, the trendsetter who helped make tanned skin so desirable. “Bronzed skin became a status symbol. It was a sign of ultimate leisure, and those who could afford to travel to tropical vacation Continue reading

Sublative Skin Resurfacing For Stretch Marks

Stretch marks, also known as striae, are a common cosmetic concern discussed in the dermatology clinic. When will they fade? How can I get rid of them? Is there a cream that can help? All good questions, but a great answer for those looking to treat stretch marks and rejuvenate their skin could be Sublative Skin Resurfacing. What Causes Stretch Continue reading

Understanding Where Radiesse Should, and Should Not Be Used in the Skin

Wrinkles and folds in the skin can betray a person’s age, but there are medical products approved to restore a more youthful appearance. Radiesse is an injectable product approved by the Food and Drug Administration to fill in wrinkles and folds in the face and the hands. While Radiesse has shown success in rejuvenating the skin, it’s not for everyone Continue reading

CoolSculpting Launches New CoolAdvantage Hand-piece!

The CoolSculpting procedure offers patients the ability to strategically contour areas of the body through the process of cryolipolysis. This was originally discovered as an accident by a child who was found to have slimmer cheeks after enjoying popsicles. Sanova Dermatology has a long history of treating patients with this innovative technology and we are proud to announce the addition the Continue reading

Polymorphous Light Eruption: Am I Allergic to the Sun?

Polymorphous light eruption (PMLE) may sound like something out of a science fiction film, but this skin condition is surprisingly common. Here are five quick facts about PMLE. What Is It? The simple answer is: “It’s a rash,” says Dr. Miriam Hanson, a board certified Dermatologist in Austin, Texas, “that appears after sun exposure.” PMLE is commonly confused with hives Continue reading

Top Five Ways To Keep Your Infant, Baby or Toddler Safe In the Sun

Every parent wants to protect their child as much as they possibly can. While we are quite aware of how to shield ourselves from the sun, it’s not often as clear what can we offer our children so that they can enjoy the outdoors without worry. Buy a Pair of Sunglasses UV rays can be extremely harmful to children’s eyes. Long term Continue reading

Pustular Psoriasis: What You Should Know!

While many people understand psoriasis is a skin disorder characterized by thick scaly plaques on the skin, the disease can actually manifest itself in a number of different forms. Pustular psoriasis, for example, is a chronic inflammatory condition that appears on the skin as blisters of noninfectious pus surrounded by red skin. “The appearance is quite different than the pink, Continue reading

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