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How quickly does actinic keratosis become cancer?
Dr. Francisco Kerdel and associates at the Florida Academic Dermatology Center see many skin conditions that need attention. Patients often come to him and his team to get ...Learn More
Are my skincare products causing a rash?
Allergic skin reactions can occur with almost anything that touches the skin. There are times when patients might experience a rash after using a new skincare product. This ...Learn More
How Long is the Mohs Surgery Recovery?
When treating certain types of skin cancer, time is of the essence. This is why Dr. Francisco Kerdel of the Florida Academic Dermatology Center works with patients to ...Learn More
What is the Best Soap for Pimples?
Patients who have acne often struggle with this condition for years. While some with mild cases can manage the condition with over-the-counter skincare products and soaps, others are ...Learn More
Can you get sun damage in the winter?
You may be diligent about applying the sunblock during the summer months when spending time at the pool and beach, but did you know that letting your guard ...Learn More
Prevent Skin Cancer – Even in the Winter
While many patients think of skin cancer caused by the strong summer sun, even patients in the Coral Gables, FL area can also increase their risk of cancer ...Learn More
What Foods Cause Acne on the Face?
While food by itself does not actually cause acne or prevent it, there may be some links between nutrition and acne flare-ups. For most patients, acne occurs due ...Learn More
National Healthy Skin Month
November is National Healthy Skin Month, and what better time to learn more about the largest organ of your body! We often don’t think much about our skin, ...Learn More
The causes and symptoms of eczema
Eczema is a common skin condition that can impact both children and adults. At the Florida Academic Dermatology Center in Coral Gables, Florida, Dr. Francisco Kerdel and his ...Learn More
At what age is acne the worst?
Acne. It’s a condition most associated with teenagers going through puberty. The changes in hormones and the oily skin can cause acne lesions to develop in both girls ...Learn More