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8 Steps to Combat Chapped Winter Skin

By Asheboro Dermatology | December 2, 2014

Winter is upon us again, and for some of us, uncomfortably dry skin is on its way. For many, winter conditions create a dry and tight feeling around the face…

West End / Pinehurst Office - Dermatology and Skin Surgery Center

New West End location opens in November

By Asheboro Dermatology | October 31, 2014

Though Asheboro Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center has grown since we began in 1997, our biggest “expansion” is on the horizon. In November of 2014, we will open our 2nd…

Mohs Surgery

What is MOHS Surgery?

By Asheboro Dermatology | October 30, 2014

Skin Cancer is exceptionally common. The most common types of skin cancers are Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Malignant Melanoma. Skin Cancer can be treated by various modalities…

Accutane

Learning about Accutane

By Asheboro Dermatology | October 30, 2014

Many dermatology patients have either severe/scarring acne or acne that is just “stubborn/resilient” despite aggressive treatment. For these patients, the ideal treatment is an oral drug called Isotretinoin. Most of…

Malignant Melanoma

What you need to know about Malignant Melanoma

By Asheboro Dermatology | October 30, 2014

Malignant Melanoma is a greatly feared type of skin cancer. It is becoming more common over time. This cancer begins from melanocytes, which are pigment producing cells in the body.…

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