Derm News

How to Avoid Skin Cancer while Enjoying the Summer Sun

How much time do you spend in the sun? That’s an important question, because the UV rays produced by the sun have been documented to cause skin cancer in certain individuals. People who spend excessive amounts of time in the sun put themselves at greater risk – especially when they… Read More

ASDS Dermatology Video Overview Of Services

The American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) offers educational materials on the many ways dermatologic surgeons protect your health, happiness and safety while treating your dermatologic system throughout the many life stages and in repairing and restoring skin, hair, nails and veins. DermSurgery is a certified member of the ASDS… Read More

Chemical Peels Provide Notable Improvements for the Skin

Discover the restorative benefits of chemical peels from DermSurgery Associates – Have you ever looked at the lines on your face and hands and wished you could just peel away these inevitable signs of aging? Well, you’ll be happy to know there’s a way to do just that. It’s called… Read More

Eat These Foods for Healthy Skin During the Holidays

Here are five foods that contribute to healthy skin – It is widely understood among professionals from medical doctors to nutritionists that the food you eat has a direct relationship with healthy skin, or the lack thereof. It’s not hard to eat foods that promote skin health – even during… Read More

Make Annual Skin Checks a New Year’s Resolution

Learn why having annual skin checks is so important The new-year is fast approaching, and for many it’s time to make their New Year’s resolutions. We have a suggestion for a very easy and extremely smart resolution this year: Annual skin checks. Of course that does not mean checking to… Read More

What You Need to Know About Skin Cancer and Mohs Surgery

Is it time for a professional cancer screening? In the United States in 2013, an estimated 1,660,290 new cases of cancer were diagnosed. The American Cancer Society estimates that 580,350 of these cases will end in death. The society projects that melanoma skin cancer accounted for 76,690 of the newly… Read More