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Botox For Excessive Sweating

Imagine you’re being interviewed for your dream job. Your resume is impressive, your interview outfit is on point, and you have a great rapport with your interviewer. Everything is going as well as it possibly can–that is, until your hyperhidrosis kicks in. “Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating affecting areas such as under the arms, on the palms of the hands, and Continue reading

What Makes Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Skin More Dangerous?

Squamous cell carcinoma (or squamous cell skin cancer) is the second most common skin cancer. These skin cancers arise from normal cells in the epidermis (or the top layer of skin). When these cells mutate into cancerous cells, usually from excessive UV light exposure, they invade into the deeper layers of skin. Although squamous cell skin cancer is not usually Continue reading

How Do I Treat My Age Spots?

If you’ve reached the age where you’re starting to notice more and more sunspots on your skin, be thankful. Hopefully, those sun kisses are proof in this digital era that you’ve been outside living life. Still, the side effects of sun exposure aren’t always flattering. “Whether you’re looking to diminish the prominence of the freckle-sized discolorations or the more noticeable and Continue reading

Common Questions About PRP & Microneedling

Considering PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) with Microneedling? You probably have questions so here are some of the most common questions we hear and their answers.  Is PRP with Microneedling safe? Yes! PRP with microneedling has been used on thousands of patients worldwide. “Because it uses your own blood components, no severe adverse reactions have been reported,” explains Emily Rodrigues, licensed medical aesthetician Continue reading

The Facts About Cutera Enlighten Tattoo Removal

Tattoo removal has been around for years. In the beginning, tattoo removal was incredibly painful and ineffective. Fortunately, through advances in science, the way tattoos are removed has greatly progressed. “It has become less painful and more effective than ever, making tattoo removal a less intimidating process,” explains Amy Bowen, licensed aesthetician and certified laser technician at Sanova Dermatology in Continue reading

Common Skin Conditions for Skin of Color

Common skin conditions such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis affect patients of all ethnicities.  But patients with skin of color are more likely to have complications such as loss of pigmentation, dark spots and even scarring.  For these patients, it’s important to see a dermatologist who has expertise in treating ethnic skin and can address the unique challenges of treating Continue reading

New Years Skin Resolutions!

Exercise more, eat healthier and stress less are common resolutions for the New Year. This year the dermatologists at Sanova suggest you consider a resolution to take your skincare regimen more seriously. You’ve heard it all before but skipping crucial steps like taking your makeup off before bed or moisturizing can take a toll on your skin. Consider these New Continue reading

Why Winter Sunscreen Is A Must

Most people know that summer outdoor fun requires sunscreen and those who forget to learn very quickly through the pain of a sunburn. However, many do not realize that winter sunlight still contains UVA and UVB exposure, and snow reflection can be almost as damaging to skin as direct sunlight. Additionally, reduced melanin in winter can limit skin’s ability to Continue reading

How To Manage Winter Itch

With the sound of Jingle Bells in the air, the holiday season is a special time when we want to look and feel our best. But colder temperatures and low humidity can wreak havoc on your skin leaving it dry, flaky and itchy. This condition, called Winter itch, occurs because the cold dry air literally sucks the moisture out of Continue reading

Could Thanksgiving Dinner Really Make You Look Better?

With the smell of roast turkey and freshly baked pumpkin pie in the air, Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the season of overindulgence. Doctors have warned us for years about the health hazards of overeating and more recently the dangers of too many sweets. But there may be a silver lining when it comes to the Thanksgiving buffet. Many of Continue reading

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