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What can an online dermatologist actually do for you?
At Florida Academic Dermatology Center, we understand that we are living in challenging times right now with the progression and transfer of the COVID-19 Coronavirus around the world. ...Learn More
Tips for Skin Cancer Awareness Month
May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month in America. Education, prevention and early detection can lower the new diagnoses and fatality rates of this horrible disease. Did you ...Learn More
How to stop sun damage
While our parents and grandparents may have spent their early adult years sitting out in the sun to get that glorious tan, we’ve learn more and more about ...Learn More
What triggers eczema?
Eczema is a chronic skin condition that can be extremely bothersome for Coral Gables, FL patients. At the Florida Academic Dermatology Center, we work routinely with men and ...Learn More
Mohs Surgery Aftercare
Patients with skin cancer who have been educated on Mohs micrographic surgery may have many questions about this specialized procedure. At Florida Academic Dermatology Center, Coral Gables, FL ...Learn More
What should I do if my child gets a sunburn?
It’s happened to the best of us—we spent a lot of time outdoors and forgot to consistently reapply sunscreen throughout the day. Whether your family spent the day ...Learn More
Can Sun Damage Affect My Botox Results?
While sun exposure is known for aging the skin and increasing a patient’s risk for skin cancer, it is not known to interfere with Botox treatments. However, sun ...Learn More
Is This Mole Cancerous?
Skin cancer is a serious health problem, and patients who have had extensive, unprotected sun exposure throughout their life may have an increased risk of developing cancer. One ...Learn More
What is psoriasis and how can I treat it?
Psoriasis is a condition that impacts over 8 million Americans. It is a condition that is triggered by the immune system and is highly genetic. However, its specific ...Learn More
Are freckles genetic?
Some people are genetically predisposed to develop freckles. People with light skin and red or blonde hair are more likely than others to have them. Freckles are a ...Learn More