Board Certified Dermatologist Dr. Timothy Jochen treats a Port Wine Stain on the face using the Excel V for today’s #ContourDermDoc
Sebaceous Hyperplasia looks like white to yellow bumps often with a central depression. These are benign growths but often confused with malignant lesions.
Cutis marmorata is the name given to a skin condition which appears as a faint, lacy, and red/blue pattern. The image shows the affected areas outlined in red.
Welcome Phi-Yen “Mimi” VuTran, PA-C. Mimi is the first physician assistant to work with Contour Dermatology. Voted Best of the Desert, Best PA in 2022.
Nevus Spilus may sound like the name of some celestial star or newly discovered planet, but it simply means a brown or dark speckle or group of…