Skin Cancer

Are Your Rough-Textured, Dry, Scaly Patches of Skin AK (Actinic Keratoses)?

Actinic keratosis (AK) is one of the most common precancerous lesions. Sometimes called solar keratosis, these rough, scaly, dry patches develop due to excess UV exposure. These growths often appear in multiples, pluralized as actinic keratoses. If you have similar growths, it’s always best to have them examined by one of Skin & Beauty Center’s …

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How to Reconstruct a Nipple After Mohs Surgery for the Treatment of Skin Cancer

Skin cancers of the nipple are relatively rare. However, when they do occur, Mohs surgery for the treatment of skin cancer can remove all or some of the nipple. Because the nipple is a 3-dimensional structure, reconstructing it can be a challenge for the surgeon. One way to reconstruct the nipple is using a tissue …

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Are UV nail lights bad?

Many women enjoy having their nails done, and there is a lot of talk about the UV nail curing lamps that are used during the process. These lamps are used as a curing method for gel nails, gel nail polish, and acrylic nails in salons. They can also be purchased online for personal use. These …

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