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How to manage eczema

Patients dealing with problems such as red, dry, itchy skin may be dealing with a specific skin condition known as eczema. Eczema is also known as atopic dermatitis and can begin in infants and young children. Most who deal with eczema in adulthood have been diagnosed with the condition before the age of five, though …

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What is psoriasis?

Patients who have been diagnosed with psoriasis may feel incredibly self-conscious about their condition. Psoriasis can develop anywhere on the body, and often forms in areas that might be hard to cover with clothing, such as the scalp, elbows, and knees. With the help of a dermatological professional, many patients can find effective relief and …

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What is Mohs micrographic surgery?

Georgia Dermatology Partners offers Mohs micrographic surgery as a treatment option for patients who have been diagnosed with certain types of skin cancer. This surgical procedure is one of the most effective treatment of addressing cancers such as basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinomas, and continues to be one of the most recommended methods …

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Understanding melasma

Patients who are dealing with unusual pigmentation issues on the face may be unsure as to what is happening with their skin. In some patients, changes in sun exposure, heat, and hormones can trigger a pigmentation issue known as melasma. Melasma is discoloration that can cause an excessive production of pigmentation in the skin known …

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Could Your Red Cheeks Be Rosacea?

Rosacea is a skin condition that affects more than 16 million people in the United States. Unfortunately, it is often confused with other skin conditions or even naturally rosy cheeks, which means many people go without an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment. If you suspect that you or someone you love may have this condition, …

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How to Spot An Abnormal Mole

One of the scariest things about all forms of cancer— especially skin cancer— is that you don’t necessarily have to have a genetic predisposition to it. Meaning that anyone at virtually anytime can get it— no matter what your race, gender, family history, or socioeconomic status is. And although there are certain factors that can …

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