Five Tips to Help Your Teen Overcome Acne

Acne is the most common skin disorder in the U.S. and affects 40 to 50 million Americans. Just when appearance often becomes so important to teens acne can strike and strike hard. By the mid-teens, more than 40 percent of adolescents have acne. At Water’s Edge Dermatology, teens come to see our acne experts tens [Read More]

Three Major Misconceptions & Myths About Professional Acne Treatment

We’ve heard more than our share of acne treatment myths in recent years; from how people get acne, to how they can get rid of it, and just about everything in between. Let’s look at three of the more common misconceptions about professional acne treatment. Myth 1: Dermatologists are basically professional strength pimple-poppers This is [Read More]

What’s New & Effective in Acne Treatments?

For teenagers and adults alike, acne is a difficult condition to live with. Finding the right acne treatment for your unique skin can be even more challenging. Anyone who’s struggled with acne will tell you it can flare up at any time, for no apparent reason. Being prepared with expert advice and effective treatment options [Read More]

New Study Reveals Characteristics of Fast-Growing Melanoma

No matter what your past experience with skin problems may be, noticing a new growth on your skin is always a cause for concern, particularly if it is a fast growing skin growth. Whether it looks more like a lesion or a rash, this change in your skin should be examined by the best rated [Read More]

Four Important Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Dermatologist

Skin conditions are an unfortunately common problem in the United States. Research shows that around 50 million Americans suffer from acne, 7.5 million Americans have psoriasis, and as many as one in five people will develop skin cancer over the course of their lifetime. To treat these conditions, many people will visit a dermatologist clinic [Read More]

Four Basic Steps for Clear, Healthy Skin

Acne is one of the most common skin conditions in the world, with nearly 85% of people developing the disorder at some point during their lives. In the United States alone, an estimated 40 million to 50 million Americans have acne. A significant number of these people are likely teenagers, as 40% of adolescents will [Read More]