The key to preventing melanoma and moles is to take precautions when exposed to the sun. It's also important to have regular mole checks. The most basic version of a mole check is to do at home mole checks and then if you see change or any other concerning factors to see a dermatologist.
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Warts, skin tags and cysts are benign lumps and bumps that develop on different types of people for different reasons. Some of these lumps may cause discomfort either aesthetically or physically. If that is the case we can remove the bumps.
To treat melanoma, first, we need to remove the suspicious mole and send it to a lab for diagnosis. If the results are indeed a melanoma, then we perform a further surgical removal of the surrounding skin.
Itchy skin has many underlying causes. To diagnose the cause of itchy skin, we run a large number of blood tests to try and find the underlying problem.
There are several ways that you can assist in preventing itchy skin like soaps and clothing. However, you should see a healthcare professional to find the underlying cause of itchy skin.
The best treatment for itchy skin depends on the underlying cause. At the assessment, we will evaluate your skin and might run blood tests to try and find the underlying cause.
There are some lifestyle modifications patients can make to prevent certain types of hair loss. One of the most prevalent things patients can do is have a well-balanced and healthy diet.
The best treatment for alopecia or hair loss depends on the underlying condition. The best thing to do when patients notice unexpected hair loss is to schedule an assessment with a specialist.
Alopecia is hair loss. We divide alopecia into two types, scarring and non-scarring hair loss. It's important to see a hair loss special if you experience unexpected hair loss.