Written by Dr. Paul M. Graham One of the most common reasons for a visit to the dermatologist is a common benign skin lesion called a seborrheic keratosis. These skin lesions may cause a significant amount of anxiety due to the dark and irregular appearance. The good news is that these lesions are completely benign … Continue reading What Are Those Scaly Brown Spots?
Paul M. Graham, D.O. The 2017 American Academy of Dermatology Conference in Orlando Florida has officially concluded. With tens of thousands in attendance and over a thousand presentations occurring over five days, this conference was nothing more than a success and a vital resource for medical providers across the country. Whether in attendance for the education, the … Continue reading AAD 2017 Updates!
Written by Dr. Paul M. Graham In April 2015, the FDA approved the use of a novel medication known as Kybella for the treatment of submental (underchin) fat. This medication is identical to a natural substance called deoxycholic acid found in the gastrointestinal tract of the human body. Deoxycholic acid is a bile acid that is produced as a … Continue reading Kybella: An Injectable Fat-Dissolving Medication
Written by Jeff Blattner and Collin Blattner, DO Edited by Paul M. Graham, DO Parents constantly inquire about what they can do to protect their child from the development of skin diseases. Well, if the parents have a skin condition called atopic dermatitis, probiotics may help. Probiotics are natural organisms that have a symbiotic (working together) relationship with our … Continue reading Should I Supplement My Child with Probiotics?
Lauren Leavitt, PA-C Dermatology on Medical Mission Trips Do I still own an otoscope? Was there a mnemonic for remembering the diabetes medications? I asked myself these questions as I packed to embark on my first medical mission trip. Eager to deliver healthcare to the rural inhabitants of Nicaragua, I printed out some notes from my … Continue reading Medical Missions: A Life Changing Experience with Dermatology Included