Can Stress Affect my Eczema?
What is Eczema? Eczema is a skin condition characterized by red, itchy, flaky, dry skin. It generally results from an overactive immune system that produces inflammation responses to environmental cues ...Learn More
Is Rosacea Genetic?
Rosacea is a skin condition that affects about 16 million Americans, and while it’s not curable, it is controllable. The causes aren’t completely understood, but it has a ...Learn More
How Do I Know If It’s Psoriasis?
Itchy, scaly skin can be annoying, painful and embarrassing. If you have raised red or silvery patches that are scaly, thick and inflamed, you may have psoriasis. What ...Learn More
What Dermal Filler Treatment is Best for my Wrinkles?
Dermal fillers with names like Restalyne and Juvederm have become an increasingly popular way to improve your appearance by filling in wrinkles and plumping other areas that need ...Learn More
Am I a Good Candidate for Excel V Laser Treatment?
If you are suffering from vascular skin conditions or pigmentation such as rosacea, port wine stains, varicose veins, vitiligo, or uneven skin tone, Excel V Laser treatments may ...Learn More
How PRP Therapy can Help with Hair Loss
Research has shown that PRP (platelet rich plasma) injections are simple, cost effective, easy and convenient treatment options for hair loss. Study participants reported high overall satisfaction after ...Learn More
Florida Academic Dermatology Center Launches New Website
Florida Academic Dermatology Center, a dermatology practice based in Coral Gables, FL, is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new website. Our new website includes a ...Learn More
How Do I Treat a Sunburn?
It’s important to begin treating a sunburn as soon as possible. In addition to stopping further UV exposure, dermatologists recommend treating a sunburn with: Cool baths to reduce ...Learn More
Are Spray Sunscreens Safe?
The FDA is currently investigating the risks of accidental inhalation of spray sunscreens. The challenge in using spray sunscreens is that it is difficult to know if you ...Learn More
Who Needs Sunscreen?
Everyone. Sunscreen use can help prevent skin cancer by protecting you from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays. Anyone can get skin cancer, regardless of age, gender or race. ...Learn More