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
Why does the cold dry your skin out?
While there are many things to love about winter, many patients dread the drier months due to drier skin. Dry, itchy skin can be incredibly uncomfortable and can ...Read More
3 skincare essentials to pack while traveling
When traveling, you’re often looking forward to all the sights you’ll see and the things you’ll do while checking out another state—or country! But that doesn’t mean that ...Read More
Signs of sun damage
Maintaining youthful, beautiful skin unaffected by sun damage can be difficult when patients are not protecting their skin properly. Sun damage, or “photodamage,” can impact the health of ...Read More
How serious is dermatitis?
Any time a patient has an itchy, red, scaly rash, it is vital that they obtain an evaluation with a medical professional for examination. There are many reasons ...Read More
Can heat cause skin problems?
It’s summertime, and everyone is excited to spend time at the pool and beach. But is it safe? Is summer heat bad for the skin? We are all ...Read More
Your Skin & Safety During Covid
This summer, we’re all trying to find balance between taking precaution and maintaining a sense of normalcy. So we’d like to offer you some tips and reasonable measures ...Read More
Summertime skin allergies
At the Dermatology Treatment and Research Center, we work routinely with patients who have specific concerns regarding summertime skin allergies. During the spring and summer months, many patients ...Read More
How to see your dermatologist while social distancing
As the entire world is taking steps to address the COVID-19, or Coronavirus, epidemic, the team here at the Dermatology Treatment and Research Center is doing the same. ...Read More
Tips for Skin Cancer Awareness Month
May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month in America. Education, prevention and early detection can lower the new diagnoses and fatality rates of this horrible disease. Did you ...Read More