• Bullous Pemphigoid

    Bullous pemphigoid: Overview Bullous pemphigoid What is bullous pemphigoid? This is a rare autoimmune disease that can cause large blisters on the skin. Blisters can develop on other areas like inside the mouth, but this is rare. Is it contagious? No. Bullous pemphigoid is a chronic disease,

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  • Why choose a board-certified dermatologist?

    Why choose a board-certified dermatologist? A board-certified dermatologist is a doctor who has: Completed medical school and then three to four years of advanced medical training in treating diseases of the skin, hair, and nails Passed rigorous exams in dermatology Made a commitment to keep up

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  • Must-try summer hair care

    Must-try summer hair care Summer activities can do major damage to your hair. A few simple steps can keep your locks looking healthy all summer long. Though it is part of our routines to make sure to protect our skin before heading out for a fun, sun-filled summer day (and every day!), rarely do

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  • How to select a dermatologist

    How to select a dermatologist Tips when seeking care Before making an appointment with a dermatologist, it is important to consider their level of training. Board-certified dermatologists have at least eight years of medical training, if not more. They have proven their expertise by passing difficult

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  • COVID arm: No reason to skip your COVID-19 Vaccine

    Dermatologists understand people are concerned about getting “COVID arm” (also called “COVID vaccine arm”) – a rash that can develop on the arm where you got your COVID-19 shot. Seeing a large rash days after getting vaccinated can be scary, but it’s generally nothing to worry about. COVID

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  • Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology (FAAD)

    When you see the letters “FAAD” after your dermatologist’s name, it stands for: Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology (FAAD) The letters FAAD tells you that you’re seeing a dermatologist, a medical doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating the skin, hair, and nails, who: Has

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  • How to get prior authorization for medical care

    Have you ever tried to make an appointment to get a medical test, arrange for a treatment, or fill a prescription from your dermatologist only to find out that you need prior authorization? When some patients hear these two words, they don’t know what to do next. The following explains what you need

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  • Actinic Keratoses

    Actinic keratosis: Diagnosis and treatment If you find a spot or growth on your skin that you think could be an actinic keratosis (AK), it’s time for a thorough skin exam. Should you have an AK, an accurate diagnosis and treatment can: Reduce your risk of developing skin cancer Get rid of an AK,

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  • Moles

    Moles are common. In fact, light-skinned adults typically have 10 to 40 “common” or “normal” moles on their skin. When you talk to your dermatologist about your moles, he or she may use the word “nevus.” Nevus is the medical term for mole. When your dermatologist is talking about two or more

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  • Skin Cancer

    Skin cancer is the most common cancer. Current estimates are that 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. When detected early, skin cancer is highly treatable. The most common warning signs of skin cancer include changes in size, shape, or color of a mole or other skin lesion or

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