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How does light treatment work for psoriasis?

People have known for years that natural sunlight helps with psoriasis. The problem is that the full spectrum of UV rays that are present in natural sunbeds and commercial tanning beds may also lead to skin cancer. Narrowband medical light booths and lasers can help to clear psoriasis with minimal increased risk for skin cancer. […]

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How often do moles turn into melanoma?

Cancer in general results from accumulated genetic alterations that lead to uncontrolled cell growth. Nearly 300 gene mutations have been identified in melanoma, and ultraviolet (UV) radiation has been convincingly implicated in their accrual. To this day, however, there is extensive scientific debate about the biological spectrum between benign moles and truly malignant melanoma, and […]

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Happy 30 Year Anniversary to Dr. Schultz!

Dr. Schultz has been a physician at Dermatology Specialists for 30 years! Her dedication to her work and patients is one of the many reasons that Dr. Schultz is a great member of our team. Thank you for your continued hard work and loyalty, Dr. Schultz! Learn more about Dr. Schultz here.

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Schedule a Microderm Express Today!

Get your best back to school skin with a Microderm Express! The Microderm Express treatment exfoliates and rejuvenates your skin with tiny crystals to help remove the superficial layer of dead skin cells. This treatment is geared towards patients with acne, clogged pores, or acne scarring. Call us today to schedule your Microderm Express!

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What exactly is a seborrheic keratosis?

Seborrheic keratosis (seb-o-REE-ik care-uh-TOE-sis) is a common and benign skin growth. These raised spots can worry people when they first notice them, as they may resemble a wart, a weird mole or even a skin cancer. They are in fact completely harmless, but to be sure that a seborrheic keratosis is what you have, any […]

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