Essential Fall Skin Care
It is not unusual for patients of the Dermatology Treatment and Research Center of Dallas, TX to start getting excited for the changing seasons. This is especially true ...Read More
Does vitiligo go away on its own?
Conditions such as vitiligo are often diagnosed in patients who are experiencing discoloration of the skin. While it is completely harmless, it can have a significant impact on ...Read More
The most common skin allergies
Skin allergies can be incredibly troublesome for those who deal with them. Red, itchy skin and rashes are common with skin allergies, and can impact one’s quality of ...Read More
Why UV radiation is bad for your skin
While many of us look at a tan as a sign of healthy skin, this is actually far from the truth! A tan is actually a sign that ...Read More
Why do I have skin tags?
One day, you notice it: a growth on the skin. It may be small or large, but may appear as an extra flap of skin. This growth is ...Read More
Why does my skin itch?
Everyone knows the sensation of itching and how bothersome it can be, but individual who have long-term itching, called “chronic pruritis,” know how it can also impact their ...Read More
What to expect at your first dermatology appointment
Whether you are struggling with acne or eczema, rashes or scarring, a dermatologist is a professional that can help. Dermatologists are medical professionals with a focus in the ...Read More
Can bathtubs cause skin infections?
Your skin is subjected to the elements and might be impacted by a variety of activities. One question we hear at the Dermatology Treatment and Research Center in ...Read More
Are freckles a sign of sun damage?
There’s nothing more adorable than a splash of freckles across the cheeks and the bridge of the nose on a fair skinned individual with red hair. However, many ...Read More
Is it normal for my skin to flake off?
Do you find that the cooler winter months wreak havoc on your skin? Do you experience dry, flaking skin on the face on a regular basis? If you ...Read More