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4 Causes and Treatments of Skin Rash

4 Causes and Treatments of Skin Rash

By Asheboro Dermatology | May 21, 2018

A skin rash basically refers to an inflammation of the skin and is generally characterized by redness, welts, or raised bumps. Rashes on the skin may itch or burn and…

North Carolina Dermatologists Explain What You Need to Know About Vitiligo - Pinehurst

North Carolina Dermatologists Explain What You Need to Know About Vitiligo

By Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center West End | May 7, 2018

Vitiligo is a type of condition causing the skin to lose its natural color, resulting in white patches. These patches appear anywhere on the body, and the extent and rate…

What Dermatologists Want Patients to Know About Athlete’s Foot - Thomasville

What Dermatologists Want Patients to Know About Athlete’s Foot

By Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center Thomasville | April 6, 2018

Despite the name, athlete’s foot is one dermatological condition that doesn’t just affect athletic individuals. In fact, research estimates the fungal infection impacts up to one in four people at…

Psoriasis

Understanding and Combating Psoriasis

By Asheboro Dermatology | March 27, 2018

Conditions like psoriasis are more than skin deep. When you have psoriasis, your body’s skin cells experience a sped-up life cycle. Your body pushes cells to grow more quickly on…

Albemarle Dermatologist Provides a Guide to Proper Face Washing - Albemarle

Albemarle Dermatologist Provides a Guide to Proper Face Washing

By Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center Albemarle | March 7, 2018

Most people assume washing their face is a straight-forward process. However, according to the experienced dermatologists at Albemarle Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center with locations at Albemarle, Thomasville, West End…

3 Skin Cancer Terms Your Dermatologist Wants You to Know - Asheboro

3 Skin Cancer Terms Your Dermatologist Wants You to Know

By Asheboro Dermatology | February 6, 2018

Skin cancer is one of the most prevalent forms of the disease, but it is overlooked by many people. It’s extremely important to understand how to identify this illness, as…

Dermatologist Shares 5 Tips to Clear Up Back Acne

Dermatologist Shares 5 Tips to Clear Up Back Acne

By Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center West End | January 18, 2018

Acne doesn’t just affect your face and it’s not a problem that is limited to teenagers. Many adults experience pimples on their back. Whether it’s a few blemishes or a…

Dermatofibroma

Dermatofibroma: Generally Just a Cosmetic Issue

By Asheboro Dermatology | December 12, 2017

Dermatofibroma – also known as benign fibrous histiocytoma – is a slow-growing, benign skin nodule that usually develops on the lower legs. Dermatofibromas occur in adults of all ages but…

Pinehurst Dermatologist Lists 5 Skin Care Tips for Athletes - West End

Pinehurst Dermatologist Lists 5 Skin Care Tips for Athletes

By Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center West End | December 8, 2017

To optimize their performance, athletes routinely spend hours each day training and pushing their bodies to the limit. Surprisingly, the body part is most susceptible to the adverse effects of…

Dermatologist Answers Top 4 FAQs About Warts - Asheboro

Dermatologist Answers Top 4 FAQs About Warts

By Asheboro Dermatology | November 8, 2017

Sometimes, a wart is little more than a minor annoyance that simply goes away on its own. In many other cases, though, warts do not respond to over-the-counter treatments and…

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