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  • What are Facial Fillers?

    So facial fillers or soft tissue fillers are injectable products that are FDA approved for the correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and creases. So often times patients will…
  • 6 Things You Should Know About Brachytherapy

    With over 45 years in diagnosing and treating a multitude of skin cancer patients in the sunny state of Arizona, our doctors at Arizona Dermatology are experts in the topic…
  • Freckle vs. Mole: What’s the Difference?

    Many of us have freckles and moles on our bodies as a result of genetics or sun exposure. But how can you tell the difference between moles and freckles, and…
  • What are Melasma Treatments?

    Melasma is a very common type of condition we see here in the office. It is a very frustrating condition that affects women more often than men. It’s often described…
  • What is Botox?

    Botox is a prescription chemical that is derived from botulinum toxin but is not botulium toxin. Does not cause Botulism. When performed by a trained medical professional, it is highly…
  • Hair Restoration: What to Expect Before, During, and After

    If you’re experiencing shedding, balding, or anything in between, it’s important to know you’re not alone. Impacting approximately 21 million women and 35 million men in the United States, hair…
  • What Your Nails Say About Your Health

    All the pieces of your body simultaneously work together to ensure you’re in good health. If your skin is clear, muscles are strong, and blood levels are accurately balanced, your…
  • What is Laser Resurfacing?

    Patients sometimes come in to us asking for ways to improve their overall skin appearance. And so, we like to discuss ways to address that, and one of the most…
  • What is a Chemical Peel?

    Sun damage can have many presentations on the skin. Some of the most common presentations of chronic sun damage include abnormal texture and color to the skin. When a chemical…
  • What is Cryotherapy?

    Cryotherapy is another treatment used for pre-cancerous lesions of the skin, as opposed to the topical medicines that are used as a field treatment for skin cancer. Cryotherapy involves directly…