Author: Goodless Dermatology

Signs Your Teen Should See A Dermatologist For Acne

As kids grow into their teen years, many bodily changes occur. Puberty brings on voice changes, sexual changes, emotional ups and downs, and those dreaded pimples. Just when your teen is highly sensitive about their looks, up pops a zit. Not every kid needs to get treatment, but here some are signs your teen should see a dermatologist for acne.

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What Are The Most Common Summer Skin Problems And How Can You Treat Them?

The dog days of summer are approaching and everyone can’t wait to get outdoors to enjoy the warmer weather. However, as we hit the beaches, go camping, entertain outside, and spend more time in the elements, our skin can suffer.

Here are some of the most common skin problems during the summer, and some tips on how you can beat them!

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A Refresher Course On Protecting Our Skin From Summer Sun Damage

Most of us have been cooped up for so long in our homes that feeling the sun on our faces again will be quite liberating. Be careful though, because our tender skin will not adjust to the sun’s soothing, but dangerous rays. In fact, it may be time for a quick refresher course on protecting our skin from summer sun damage.

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COVID-19 Update

Goodless Dermatology is closely following the most up-to-date announcements and information on the known cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Because this information is always changing, we will be monitoring all updates from the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control.

If you are experiencing cold or flu symptoms, please make sure to contact us via phone prior to your appointment. You may also contact us for any additional questions by calling our office at (407) 566-1616

Here are a few additional resources as well:

World Health Organization
Centers for Disease Control

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