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What Can Retinol Serum Do for Your Skin?

Dermatologists recommend retinol serums for individuals of all ages with all skin types. Retinol serums are actually made from vitamin A, which has a remarkable ability to restore youthfulness to the ...
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Emerging Treatments for Rosacea Patients

Adults who visit a dermatologist in search of professional acne treatments are often surprised to learn that they actually have rosacea. The facial redness and bumps that mimic acne can be ...
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A Patient's Guide to Kybella

Until recently, individuals who were bothered by the appearance of a double chin either lived with it or underwent surgery. Now that the FDA has approved Kybella as a nonsurgical treatment for ...
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FAQs and Answers About Ethnic Skin & Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most widely diagnosed type of cancer in the U.S. People of color tend to get skin cancer less often than white people. However, when they do get skin cancer, it tends to be ...
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Light Therapy for Psoriasis

Have you been diagnosed with psoriasis? If so, then your dermatologist may recommend that you try light therapy as part of your psoriasis treatment plan. Light therapy involves the exposure of skin to ...
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The Main Phases of Clinical Trials

The treatments that dermatologists offer for skin conditions like rosacea and acne went through clinical trials before being offered to patients as effective treatment options. If you’d like to ...
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Signs and Symptoms of Rosacea

Rosacea can affect your quality of life and worsen if left untreated, so it’s important to see a dermatologist if you’re suffering from this condition Continue reading to learn about the ...
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Quick Tips for Managing Actinic Keratosis

Skin that has suffered damage from ultraviolet rays is more prone to a precancerous condition called an actinic keratosis (AK). If your dermatologist has informed you that you have an AK, then keep ...
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What Causes Psoriasis?

Has your dermatologist informed you that you could benefit from psoriasis treatment? If so, then you may have questions about this condition if your diagnosis was recent. Commonly, people with ...
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Reasons to Participate in Clinical Trials

If you have a skin condition such as actinic keratosis, rosacea, or dermatitis that isn’t responding well to treatment, then your dermatologist may recommend that you participate in a clinical ...
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A Patient's Guide to Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a skin condition that causes a loss of pigmentation. Have you noticed white patches affecting your skin? If so, then your dermatologist may diagnose you with vitiligo. Please refer to this ...
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An Overview of the Phases of Clinical Trials

Whether you need treatment for acne, rosacea, dermatitis, actinic keratosis, or another skin condition, many of the treatment options that your dermatologist may recommend went through a research ...
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Top Reasons to See a Dermatologist

Dermatologists are doctors that specialize in the treatment of skin, nails, hair, and the mucous membranes that line the inside of the nose, eyelids, and mouth. These medical professionals diagnose ...
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What Is Actinic Keratosis?

Actinic keratosis is a precancerous condition that, if left untreated, can progress to squamous cell carcinoma. If you’re concerned about a scaly, crusty growth on your skin, which can indicate ...
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Get the Answers to Your Questions About Dermatological Clinical Trials

Today, dermatologists have many treatment options for conditions like acne, eczema, dermatitis, and rosacea. Before being prescribed by doctors, these medicines go through a dermatological clinical ...
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A Closer Look at Basal Cell Carcinoma

Basal cell carcinoma is the most common type of skin cancer. If you’re planning to see a dermatologist for skin cancer treatment after being diagnosed with this skin condition, then read on to ...
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What Does It Cost to Participate in a Clinical Trial?

Has your dermatologist informed you of a clinical trial that you’d be interested in joining? If so, then you’ll be glad to learn that participating in one of Arlington Dermatology’s ...
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A Look at Emerging Research in Dermatology

Dermatologists diagnose and treat cosmetic and clinical skin conditions, and research in this field is ever-evolving. Watch this video to learn about some of today’s emerging research in ...
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Step-by-Step Guide to Monthly Skin Cancer Exams

Routine visits to the dermatologist are important for skin cancer detection. Dermatologists also recommend that patients perform self-examinations to spot signs of melanoma or other types of skin ...
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Common Questions About Asclera®

Spider and varicose veins are common issues that can have a significant impact on the look of your skin. If you suffer from small and uncomplicated spider or varicose veins, then your dermatologist ...
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Highlighting Our Atopic Dermatitis Clinical Trial

Atopic dermatitis is a chronic condition and a type of eczema. This problem typically causes intense itching, dry skin, and a red rash. Severe forms of atopic dermatitis can cause raised blisters and ...
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