We all have scars. Some are just more visible than others. Sometimes visible scars can create wounds inside as they affect a person’s image of themselves.
Scars form as part of the body’s natural response to healing following damage to the skin. Almost all trauma to the skin results in some degree of scarring.
Stretch marks occur during sudden changes in body size, such as during pregnancy, puberty, or rapid weight-gain. There are several things you can do to help.
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Dr. Chiao joined Contour Dermatology this past summer. Is highly qualified dermatologist with impressive credentials including her Medical Degree from Harvard.
Although Seborrheic Keratoses are confused with warts, they are quite different. Seborrheic keratoses are non-cancerous growths of the outer layer of skin.
Seborrheic dermatitis is a common skin disorder that can be easily treated. This condition is a red, scaly, itchy rash most commonly seen on the scalp, sides of the nose, eyebrows, eyelids, skin behind the ears, and middle of the chest.
This infection initially presents as an outbreak of blisters that may break open and form ulcers which heal in 2-4 weeks. The virus then enters a latent stage.
This cyst looks like a baby lobster and jumps out almost a foot away! Dr. Timothy Jochen removes the little bugger in a hurry!
A venous lake is a common vascular deformity that can appear on the vermilion border of the lip, on the ear, or on the face.
Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is a common disorder affecting many people. Palmar hyperhidrosis or sweaty palms is the most common form of hyperhidrosis, causing excessive sweating of the hands.
Pigmentation after an acne lesion is common in darker skin types; and is often confused as a “scar”. Hyperpigmentation does not have texture, it only has discoloration.
An acquired digital fibrokeratoma, also known as an acral fibrokeratoma because it can also arise on the fingers, toes, knees, and soles in addition to its most common location: the fingers. It appears as a single pink or flesh-colored growth that resembles a horn or…