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I am putting my BIG Girl Panties on today – At 28 I was blessed with a beautiful bouncing baby boy. I spent twenty-seven long hours in labor, pushed for two an…d a half and finally our eyes met. As you ladies know, this moment will forever change you (in many ways). It also changed […]

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Moles, Tags & Warts- What’s What???

Moles, Tags & Warts- What’s What??? There are LOTS of different types of skin growths: skin tags, moles, warts, keratoses, freckles, sun spots, age spots, and the list goes on…and on…and on. The good news is that most of them are totally harmless and will not turn into skin cancer. The bad news is that […]

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Top 3 facelift questions & answers

Many of my patients come to me with questions regarding the aging of their face. Here are my answers to the top 3 facelift questions: How long does a facelift last? Facelifts don’t have an expiration date. This surgery can set your clock back ten to fifteen years. You will simply continue aging, but continue […]

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I think I may have “alopecia”, what can I do about hair loss?

I have seen hundreds of patients with alopecia (hair loss) and it is ALWAYS a challenging problem, but one that I enjoy treating–nothing is better than helping a patient get their hair growing again! Many patients say they have been told, or suspect that they have “alopecia” and want to know what they can do about it. Unfortunately, there isn’t one simple answer to this question. It is very patient-specific and requires evaluation by a dermatologist who is experienced in treating hair loss in order to get to the most appropriate treatment.

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Flaky, Itchy Scalp–A Medical Condition

Millions of people have what we commonly refer to as dandruff, and there are lots of over-the-counter shampoos and treatments for this condition. While these over-the-counter treatments can be really helpful, they leave many with an unsatisfactory result and little improvement in their condition. Evaluation and treatment by a dermatologist is often necessary for this condition, which may be seborrheic dermatitis.

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