Melanoma is a form of skin cancer that develops when specialized pigment-producing cells in the skin and eyes called melanocytes mutate and divide uncontrollably. While much less common compared to other types of skin cancers, melanoma is the most serious of all, as it has the potential to spread to other parts of the body—including vital organs—even far
Georgia Skin Cancer & Aesthetic Dermatology
According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), more than 84.5 million—one in four—Americans have a skin disease. Whether you’re a statistic or you just want to keep your skin blemish-free and radiant all year round, you will greatly benefit from the expertise of a dermatologist. Here’s how a dermatologist can help you with your
Daily exposure to sunlight increases our risk of acquiring and developing skin-related diseases. One of the most common skin-related diseases in the United States is skin cancer. Skin cancer may appear as a spot or lesion on your skin that may go unnoticed at first. It may sound worrisome, but nearly all skin cancers are
While your primary care physician can handle many common and simple skin problems, you may need to see a dermatologist if you have one that covers a significant part of your body, if it may lead to extensive scarring or permanent skin damage, or if you think it signifies a potentially serious underlying medical condition.
Making time for good skin maintenance is challenging. Your day is so busy that you just want to fall into bed at the end of the day. You can?t even begin to worry about an elaborate skincare routine filled with over-priced, trendy products that, honestly, you?re not even sure are working! You may find that
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