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Sanova’s Patient Portal: Access All Your Medical Information

Sanova Dermatology has two secure portals for patients to access their information at our clinic. This blog focuses on the ModMed EMA portal where patients can access medical and health information. To schedule an appointment, view your financial status, make a payment, please use the CareCloud patient portal here. Your ModMed EMA Patient Portal Using the EMA Patient Portal, you Continue reading

Top Skin Care Blogs of 2016!

With each new year comes a tidal wave of new information about medical dermatology and cosmetic skin treatment. Throughout the year,  Sanova Dermatology  has shared the latest and greatest trends and procedures. Here are the top blogs from 2016 that YOU found to be the most exciting and interesting for this year in skin! 8. Juvederm Volbella vs. Restylane Silk  Continue reading

Top 3 Ways to Prevent Basal Cell Carcinoma

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer with basal cell carcinoma being the most frequently diagnosed. This is the most curable type of skin cancer when found early, but it’s also to most preventable. Here are 3 ways to prevent basal cell carcinoma. 1. Wear Sunscreen With everything we know about skin cancer prevention, it’s no wonder sunscreen is Continue reading

Sanova Dermatology Welcomes Dr. Kellie Reed | Q&A

Sanova Dermatology continually strives to offer its patients cutting edge treatments and the most talented providers, which makes us extremely happy to welcome Dr. Kellie Reed to our practice. Offering a breadth of knowledge and skill, Dr. Reed is a tremendous asset to Austin patients! Get to know a bit more about her interests, education, and more! What was your Continue reading

Austin Dermatologists Distinguish Between Eczema and Psoriasis

Dr. Adam Mamelak and Dr. Miriam Hanson explain the similarities and differences between the common skin conditions eczema and psoriasis. Austin, TX—Among the many skin conditions people suffer from, eczema and psoriasis are two of the most common that Austin dermatologists Dr. Adam Mamelak and Dr. Miriam Hanson see. The physicians explain that these two chronic rashes can be physically Continue reading

Which Areas of the Face Can Botox Be Injected?

Worry lines, elevens, crows feet, we’ve heard it all. But if you are thinking about having Botox injections, you may ask yourself, which areas of the face can Botox be injected? “Botox has been FDA approved to be used on several areas of the face,” says Dr. Miriam Hanson, board certified dermatologist and cosmetic expert in Austin, Texas, “but is becoming Continue reading

Active Ingredients in Antiperspirants

Stick, spray, or roll-on. The purpose of antiperspirants  is to help reduce sweating. “It is by far one of he most common personal care products we all use,” says Dr Miriam Hanson, board certified dermatologist in Austin, Texas. “It’s really a part of our wardrobe.” As an expert in diseases of the hair skin and nails, Dr. Hanson sees it Continue reading

Coolsculpting Now Approved For Treating The Double Chin

Coolsculpting is a noninvasive technique that involves subjecting fat cells to a cooling process. The cooling breaks down the fat cells, which are them eliminated from the body, rendering them gone forever. Coolsculpting has been used to deal with belly fat, love handles, and bulges in the thighs. A new device, called the New Coolsculpting “CoolMini”, has recently been approved Continue reading

What is Hidradenitis Suppurativa and How is It Treated?

Hidradenitis Suppurativa is a chronic, disabling, skin disorder affects the apocrine sweat glands and hair follicles in the armpits, groin, genital, and breast regions. It causes painful abscesses and scarring in these areas and is a progressive disease that has no cure. “It’s a horribly disabling condition,” says Dr. Miriam Hanson, board certified dermatologist in Austin, Texas. “Not only can Continue reading

What Is A Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and When Is It Recommended For Skin Cancer?

A diagnosis of cancer almost immediately leads patients to wonder about their prognosis, long term health and well being. “While the majority of skin tumors we treat, such as basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, are local phenomena and don’t impact the body beyond the skin, there are a number of instances when skin cancer can spread,” says Dr. Continue reading

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