Sunburn and How to Effectively Treat It

Sunburn and How to Effectively Treat It

Sunburn is an inflammation of the skin’s outermost layers due to overexposure to the UV radiation from the sun. Sunburn is usually associated with advanced cases of sun poisoning like skin blistering because people tend to overlook the early signs. Mild sunburn...
Moles: Using Your ABCs to Assess Them

Moles: Using Your ABCs to Assess Them

Like snowflakes, moles are unique in their shape, color, and size! They can be brown, some can be red, and others may be more pigmented like your skin tone. Most moles are benign, meaning they are purely a cosmetic concern. However, some moles can develop into...
Skin Cancer and Prevention Tips- Bay Dermatology

Skin Cancer and Prevention Tips- Bay Dermatology

Our Florida sunshine is both a blessing and a curse. Recent studies by the American Cancer Society show that Florida ranks second in the continental United States for the highest number of skin cancer cases. Fortunately, skin cancer is preventable and highly curable...
USING MOHS SURGERY TO TREAT SKIN CANCER

USING MOHS SURGERY TO TREAT SKIN CANCER

If you are reading this, you or someone you know was probably diagnosed with skin cancer, and it has been recommended by a doctor that Mohs surgery is their best option. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, more than 5 million cases of basal cell and squamous cell...
SUMMER SAFETY TIPS

SUMMER SAFETY TIPS

July is UV Safety Month Spending time outside is a great way to reduce stress, be physically active, and get vitamin D. You can work and play outside without raising your risk of skin cancer by protecting your skin from the sun. Most skin cancers are caused by too...