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Nov 22

Physician coverage The first step in identifying what services are covered is by finding a physician who accepts Medicare. This can be done by contacting 1-800-MEDICARE or by using Medicare’s “Physician Compare” tool located on their website. It is important to ensure that the physician you are planning on seeing accepts Medicare to avoid any unexpected out-of-pocket […]

Nov 18

The new “dolphin skin” trend has taken over the world, and for good reason. Who doesn’t want that gleaming, fresh-out-of-the-water look? You can achieve that beautiful dolphin skin glow with these dermatologist-recommended tips. What is the Dolphin Skin Trend? Picture a dolphin coming out of the water, with its skin glistening and glowing as the […]

Nov 15

What is a HydraFacial? A HydraFacial is a medical-grade hydra-dermabrasion device. It functions by utilizing patented vortex technology to painlessly suction debris from pores, cleanse and exfoliate, as well as simultaneously infuse the skin with serums. These serums provide hydration and saturate the skin with antioxidants and peptides to maximize “glow”. Specific serums can be incorporated into the infusion […]

Nov 10

When it comes to our health, we all hope that we are receiving the best care possible. Typically, we end up seeing a doctor based on research, word of mouth, or simply because their office takes our insurance. Although there are numerous factors to consider when choosing a dermatologist, here are what we consider to […]

Nov 08

What is vitiligo? Vitiligo is an acquired skin disorder affecting skin color due to a loss of pigment-producing cells called melanocytes. This skin condition is relatively rare and affects approximately 0.5% to 1% of the entire population. Patients who are diagnosed with vitiligo present with well-demarcated milky white patches affecting the skin on any area of the […]

Nov 07

1. Why do our cuticles get so dry when the weather is cold and dry? Cold winter air holds less moisture than warm air, while at the same time artificial heat causes evaporation of moisture from your skin and nails. As a result of reduced ambient humidity and artificial heating, cuticles and nails become much […]

Nov 01

What is acne? Acne is a chronic skin condition affecting both hair follicles and sweat glands, otherwise known as sebaceous glands. Acne can be extremely frustrating and stressful to deal with, but it is treatable. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne is considered the most common skin condition in the United States affecting approximately […]