Among all the hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy, you may never have heard about skin changes. Most of them will go away after you give birth, but they can still be concerning. You probably would like to know how you can prevent them or deal with them. Dermatology can help. Navigating pregnancy related skin changes: benefits of dermatology.
As we approach late summer, kids are lining up to get vision testing, immunizations, dental checkups and cleanings, and routine health screenings. Many of these are required for a return to school, but don’t let one important checkup fall by the wayside. For back-to-school, your child’s skin health and pediatric dermatology is as important for kids as for adults.
Most of us thank the heavens we have left the awkwardness and insecurities of our teen years behind us. Unfortunately, some of us are left with undeniable remnants in the form of acne scars. Maybe you’ve heard about a way to finally leave them behind. How does microneedling treat acne scars?
Got acne? Maybe you have dealt with it since you were a teen, and it never went away completely. Maybe it has suddenly returned with a vengeance. If you are ready to leave acne behind for good, Accutane could be the answer. Let’s dive into what to expect before, during, and after Accutane.
You’re an adult now, mature, have a good job, and have let go of all your youthful indiscretions. So why are you getting acne like you did as a teenager? It doesn’t seem fair. Let’s take a deep dive at understanding adult acne causes and treatments.
No one is listening, so you can be honest. When was the last time you popped a pimple? It’s hard to look into your lighted makeup mirror every day and notice another blemish or blackhead without wanting to squeeze it out. Right? And, we’ll never tell your new secret vice is binge watching Dr. Pimple Popper. Now that it’s all out in the open, let’s talk safety risks associated with at-home pore extraction.
Were you one of those teenagers who spent time in front of the mirror trying to pop or squeeze out every last blackhead on your face? Then you were left with red blotches everywhere. Now that you are an adult who is older and wiser, you know you shouldn’t do that. Right? Let’s clue you in on how to prevent and remove stubborn blackheads.
Whether you have “not so fond” memories of acne breakouts as a teen, you continue to have blemish problems even as an adult, or you have a teen suffering with it now, acne is embarrassing and can be painful. Understanding the different types of acne will help you know how to treat it as an adult or with your own teen, and when to see a dermatologist.
Most of us turn to our primary care doctor for skin irritations, simple rashes, and bug bites. Sometimes, cases arise which require the assistance of a specialist in skin care like a dermatologist, but how do we know the difference? The bigger question is how to tell when you need to see a dermatologist.
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.