May 2021

The ABC’s of Melanoma Detection

Skin cancer can be a serious condition, especially if it is not treated early on. Fortunately, many cancerous melanomas tend to differentiate themselves from harmless moles, and marks that may indicate skin cancer can be relatively easy to spot if you know what to look for. “Many melanomas are asymmetrical, have unusual borders and colors, are larger than moles, and Continue reading

Top 4 Alternatives to Tanning Beds

The most beautiful skin is skin that you feel comfortable in. For many people, tanning is a part of feeling comfortable and beautiful in their skin. However, there is no “safe” way to tan, as outdoor tanning and UV tanning booths both expose the skin to harmful ultraviolet radiation. This radiation exposure can give the appearance of bronzed skin but Continue reading

Tips For Caring For Winter Skin

Most of us associate sunburns and skin cancer risks with the hot, sunny days of summer. In fact, as we move into the colder, darker winter season, studies have found that many adults stop practicing smart sun protection. “But if you want to minimize your skin cancer risks and keep your complexion looking radiant and healthy, you need to protect Continue reading

Advantages Of Mohs Surgery For Skin Cancer Treatment

With recent estimates indicating that one in five Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer in their lifetime, it’s more important than ever to know what treatments are best. Basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, the two most common forms of skin cancer, are particularly well suited to treatment with Mohs Surgery. What is Mohs Surgery? Pronounced Moes, Mohs Micrographic Surgery is a Continue reading

5 Things You Should Know About Mohs Micrographic Surgery!

Has your medical provider recommended Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS) as a treatment option for your skin cancer? Below are 5 Things to Know about MMS before your procedure. 1. Why is Mohs Micrographic Surgery performed? Though your skin cancer may look like a bump or mole on the surface, skin cancers often have irregular borders and “roots” that extend into Continue reading

3 Tips To Get Your Teen To Use Sunscreen!

We may have only recently welcomed the new year, but Spring and Summer will be here before we know it! With beach days, barbeques, and outdoor sports filling our children’s thoughts and calendars, it is definitely time to start thinking about your sun-safe action plan to combat the harmful effects of UV rays. According to the American Cancer Society, the Continue reading

Why Choose Mohs Surgery To Treat Your Skin Cancer?

  Mohs surgery…does the name ring a bell? No? That’s okay! Most people are unfamiliar with the procedure until they delve into the sea of skin cancer. “Whether you or a loved one has been diagnosed with skin cancer, it’s a good idea to prepare yourself with as much information as possible regarding treatments, outcomes, and your future,” explains Dr. Continue reading

Why Use Broad Spectrum Sunscreen?

Summer is here! And while protecting yourself from sun damage is really a year-round concern, it is most important in this season of swimming, hiking, and outdoor sports, when ultraviolet light is at its peak. Ultraviolet radiation Damage to your skin comes from ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Whether you’re outside in the sun, skiing on a snowy hill, walking on a Continue reading

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Skin Cancer!

Although we are getting into the sunny summer months, it’s important to remember that skin cancer prevention is a year-long job. As the most common form of cancer, it is currently estimated that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer within their lifetime. Fortunately, the two most common forms, squamous cell carcinomas, and basal cell cancer have high cure Continue reading

The Importance Of Reapplying Sunscreen

Most people know that they should wear sunscreen whenever they’re outside for any length of time, especially in the summer, and many of them do. However, most people apply sunscreen just before they go outside and then forget about it, not reapplying throughout the rest of the day. The fact is, sunscreen is made to be reapplied periodically and will Continue reading

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