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
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
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
How dermatologists really feel about sun exposure
Dallas, TX area patients who are concerned about the care of their skin need to take the proper steps to protect it, especially during the days of harsh ...Read More
How can I keep my skin moisturized all year long?
Throughout the year, the seasons and weather can make dramatic changes. These changes can impact the skin’s health and hydration. It is important that patients in the area ...Read More
How Does Sun Exposure Affect Skin?
What does sun exposure do to your skin? The following are a few examples of what sun exposure does to your skin over time: Destruction of elastic and ...Read More
Do I have Eczema?
Eczema can cause mild to severe symptoms that affect your skin. Knowing more about this chronic skin condition can help you determine the most effective ways to manage ...Read More
What is Cystic Acne?
Cystic acne can result in scarring, which can leave you feeling self-conscious about the way your skin looks. Knowing what might be causing this type of acne can ...Read More
The Importance of Annual Skin Exams
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S., but annual skin exams can help detect it at its earliest and most treatable stages. These ...Read More