Month: August 2018

What is Actinic Keratoses (Pre-Cancerous Lesions) and What are the Treatments?

Dana Kang, MD Board-Certified Dermatologist Actinic keratoses (AKs) are pre-cancerous lesions that can evolve into squamous cell skin cancers (SCC). The majority of AKs do not progress to skin cancer but because there is no way to know which ones will become cancerous and which ones won’t. it is recommended to treat all of them …

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Keep your Chin Up

Justine Park, MD Board-Certified Dermatologist Kybella® is the only FDA-approved treatment for “submental fat”, which is also known as a double chin. It is a highly successful treatment that can achieve results consistent with surgical “chin tucks”, without the use of knives. As with any treatment, there are some special precautions, common and not common …

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Living with Psoriasis

Daniel Navi, MD, FAAD Board Certified Dermatologist Psoriasis is a common, chronic, inflammatory, condition affecting about 2% of the population. Though it can present at any age, the usual course is diagnosis around teenage to young adulthood years with a chronic, recurring course. There is usually a family history of psoriasis, but it is important …

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