Study Shows Tretinoin Top Choice for Anti-aging

March 8 is International Women’s Day, and since 1911, it has been a day to celebrate women around the world. We want to encourage everyone to make a positive difference for all of the women and girls in your life every day. Your Water’s Edge team is committed to celebrating you and delivering the latest [Read More]

National Health Education Week

National Health Education Week is observed every year during the third full week of October. At Water’s Edge Dermatology, we strive to educate our patients about keeping skin healthy every day of the year. One of our goals is to share innovative products that help heal your skin. One of those innovative products is Dermaka, [Read More]

Dark Spots & Hyperpigmentation

No one wants dark spots and skin discoloration, but the fact is millions of Americans have them. Hyperpigmentation is a general term that refers to a condition where the skin is discolored or darkened. Dark spots caused by hyperpigmentation can make you look older and can be the result of several factors including acne scarring, sun [Read More]

Dr. Luke Maj on New Treatments for Venous Leg Ulcers & Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Water’s Edge Vein Center specialists are experts in treating vein issues. In fact, our very own Luke Maj, M.D. presented last week at the American Professional Wound Care Association 17th Annual National Clinical Conference in Baltimore on Friday, September 7th. Dr. Maj’s presentation covered the latest developments in “Diagnosing and Treating Chronic Venous Insufficiency.” With [Read More]

Three Common Skin Rashes in Children

It’s that time of year again when children are back in school. Like every parent, you purchased school supplies and new school clothes so your child is comfortable and ready to hit the school room. But what about your child’s skin health, which can have a serious impact on their ability to thrive in school? [Read More]

Shingles, Seniors & Medicare Coverage

Chances are, most young people have little idea of what Shingles is, much less how doctors treat it, or Medicare covers it. But the skin disease that’s scourge to so many millions of seniors has its roots in childhood. Chickenpox, in fact. Back in the day as they say, there wasn’t a vaccine preventing most [Read More]

Latest on New Eczema Treatments & Hope for a Cure

Anyone searching for effective eczema treatments and dreaming of a cure someday knows, it can be an emotional roller coaster ride. When scientists identify a previously unknown outbreak trigger for what textbooks call atopic dermatitis, hopes rise. But it’s awfully hard to stay positive when the next painfully itchy flare-up strikes. Although there are a number [Read More]

Is HEV light from phones and other devices damaging our skin?

What is HEV light? If you picture a rainbow in your mind’s eye and zoom in on the blue-indigo-violet rays, that’s what we call High Energy Visible or HEV light. Also called “blue light”, these high frequency, short wavelength rays are second in strength only to ultraviolet light. Ultraviolet or UV rays from sunlight (and [Read More]