Water’s Edge Dermatology is celebrating 20 years as Florida’s premiere skincare provider, and if we’ve learned anything over the years when it comes to skincare products, it’s how to help our valued patients buy what’s best for them and what to consider regarding skincare products on the internet. So, the Water’s Edge team has compiled
A Special Guest Post, by veteran dermatology nurse, Lisa Cheek. Last week’s observance of National Nurses Week got me thinking and reminiscing. As a veteran dermatology nurse (16 years!), I’ve got plenty of stories, and memories. Some of them good, some of them bad, some happy, some sad. You may wonder how a young woman
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
Acne vulgaris is an inflammatory skin condition that affects around 50 million Americans. Acne is typically associated with young adulthood. Indeed, in the throes of pubescence, angry, hormonal teenagers are expected to have unsightly acne. But come adulthood, your acne will disappear and your skin will become surreptitiously clear, right? Wrong. While acne typically begins
Acne is the most common skin disorder in the United States, so it makes sense that there are many different techniques and tricks for getting rid of acne. Unfortunately, even with the variety of acne treatments available, many people still pop or pick at acne. Here are the top five reasons why you should stop popping your pimples:
Getting older doesn’t mean you have to look your age. Taking good care of your skin can keep you looking younger for longer, so don’t say goodbye to that youthful glow yet.
Don’t let aging skin keep you from looking as youthful as you feel. Here are the top five reasons to consider a Juvederm Voluma filler treatment.
There are a number of skin conditions that a person may contract over the course of their lives, from acne, which affects nearly 85% of people at some point during their lifetime, or skin cancer, which will affect an estimated one in five Americans. Fortunately, for the skin conditions that require clinical help, dermatologist specialists