Dermatologists are often associated with skin care, and while they can help improve your skin, they offer many other services. In some cases, they may even be the starting point for skin cancer screening and treatment. If you would like to know more, check out these four ways a dermatologist can help. 1. Improve Skin Of course, many people visit the dermatologist to improve the appearance of their skin. As you get older, gravity, oxidation, and exposure to UV rays can cause your skin to lose elasticity, becoming wrinkled and droopy.
9 February 2023
Botox and other facial and cosmetic injections can help you feel more youthful by eliminating or reducing fine lines and wrinkles and giving the face and other areas of the body a more toned, younger look. However, if you don't have a lot of wrinkles or fine lines, you may feel that getting Botox or similar procedures won't work well for you or that you don't need them in the first place.
13 June 2022
There are a number of cosmetic procedures that can be done to your face, although not all may be right for you. As you age, you may become more interested in these cosmetic procedures to give you a more youthful looking appearance. If you are beginning to show some aging signs that you aren't happy with, some of these cosmetic procedures may be right for you. Read on for some procedures, how they are used and what they are used for.
9 February 2022
Acne that is reoccurring is sometimes something that you may eventually grow out of. However, if you're beyond your teenage years and are plagued with acne, this may be something more serious. Adult acne is usually caused by a fluctuation of your hormones, or sometimes it may be caused by stress. If you are plagued with reoccurring acne, there are a few things you may be able to try at home to get your skin clear.
30 August 2021
Your skin is an organ that's just as important as the other organs in your body, and you'll want to do everything you can to give your skin the care that it deserves. One of the best things that you can do for skin care is to see a dermatologist. These skin specialists are knowledgeable in diagnosing and treating a variety of skin conditions that can take away from your skin's quality and cause other health problems.
15 January 2021
Skin cancer is one of the most common forms of diagnosed cancer in the United States. However, this is a form of cancer that is associated with a lot of myths and misconceptions. Take a peek at just a few of the dangerous misconceptions about skin cancer and the real truths you need to know. Misconception: Skin cancer is usually painful, so there's no way you could miss it. On the contrary, most forms of skin cancer involve painless lesions or spots on the skin.
25 August 2020
If you are noticing a change in the pattern of your facial hair growth, or if your facial hair is getting denser, then you may have a certain medical disorder, or it may be a side effect from the medications you are taking. While using depilatory creams and waxes can temporarily eliminate excess facial hair, or hirsutism, only hair removal treatments administered by a professional such as a dermatologist will eliminate it permanently.
22 August 2018
So many people struggle with the symptoms of eczema and do not seek help for these symptoms. Instead, they just live with the itchy, dry patches of skin and try to ignore it. If you have eczema and have never sought help for it, you should. Seeking help at a place like Regency Dermatology is the best way to find relief for your symptoms, and it is the best way to learn about the treatment options available.
15 August 2018
Urinary incontinence is a bane on your lifestyle. Under normal circumstances, your brain communicates with your detrosur bladder muscle and alerts the muscle to squeeze when it's time for you to urinate. The problem is that sometimes the detrusor muscle squeezes prematurely and does so because that's what your brain says must be done immediately. Caught unawares by the brain's message, your bladder acts and sends you scrambling to get to a toilet.
3 May 2018
If multiple painful bumps show up in your armpits, you could have hidradenitis suppurativa. Hidradenitis suppurativa, or acne inversa, is a condition where small bumps develop deep within your skin. The condition can reoccur or get worse without dermatology treatment. Here are facts about hidradenitis suppurativa and how you can treat the painful skin condition. What's Hidradenitis Suppurativa? Hidradenitis suppurativa is recurrent skin condition that forms in areas of the body that use sweat and oil glands to protect your skin, such as your groin and armpits.
5 April 2018