Car Windows: Am I Protected from the Sun?

Written By Dr. Paul M. Graham For many years, dermatologists have observed an increase in skin cancer incidence and aging occurring on the left side of the face more than the right. How can this be? Well, the answer is quite simple and easy to understand. Reuters published a report regarding the lack of sun protection, specifically UV-A radiation, of car … Continue reading Car Windows: Am I Protected from the Sun?

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A Day in the Life of a Dermatologist: Part 2

Written by Paul M. Graham, D.O. Since the release of A Day in the Life of a Dermatologist: Part 1 was an absolute hit, I have decided to keep it going. In the last post, I left everyone on edge wondering what was to come during this crazy journey through the painstaking process of working toward a … Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Dermatologist: Part 2

What is the best way to care for a wound?

Written by Paul M. Graham, D.O. Let's face it, it is almost guaranteed that sometime during your lifetime you will experience an injury that causes a skin wound. For many, the wound is only superficial and relatively mild but for some, these wounds can be quite extensive and distressing. One of the biggest fears people have … Continue reading What is the best way to care for a wound?

What are those unsightly yellow bumps on my face?

Written by Sara Wilchowski, MS, PA-C Edited by Paul M. Graham, DO Sebaceous hyperplasia is a very common benign condition of our sebaceous (oil) glands. These glands are more prevalent on the face and chest but can be found anywhere on the body with the exception of the palms and soles of the feet. They do not … Continue reading What are those unsightly yellow bumps on my face?

A Day in the Life of a Dermatologist: Part 1

Written by Dr. Paul M. Graham For many, the perception of a doctor is one that is under extreme stress trying to manage twenty plus patients with alarms dinging, people yelling, and machines churning in the chaotic background. This Hollywood depiction of medicine is far from accurate and only representative of a handful of practice … Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Dermatologist: Part 1

The 2018 American Academy of Dermatology Conference Concludes

Written by Dr. Paul M. Graham Photos courtesy of Dr. Gabriela A. Maloney Last week, the American Academy of Dermatology hosted its 76th Annual Meeting in San Diego, California. Dermatologists from all over the world were in attendance to learn about cutting-edge developments, new research, hot topics, treatment pearls, and emerging science in the field … Continue reading The 2018 American Academy of Dermatology Conference Concludes

Rosacea: The Adult Acne Mimicker

Written by Paul M. Graham, D.O. For a majority of people, rosacea can cause a significant amount of stress and limit social interactions on a daily basis. According to the National Rosacea Society, 16 million people are currently suffering from some form of this common skin condition. Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the skin … Continue reading Rosacea: The Adult Acne Mimicker