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Warts are different from other types of skin tags because they are caused by a virus and unlike moles, can spread. When the human papillomavirus comes into contact with an open cut, even a very small one, it can become infected over time. The most common places for warts to appear are the: Hands Feet […]

While basal and squamous cell cancer must be treated, melanoma is known as the silent killer because most people dismiss or do not recognize the first signs of melanoma. Patients in Conroe or the Woodlands who recognize a suspicious mole should go for a skin exam to get a diagnosis and possibly a skin cancer […]

Moles are commonplace skin growths, especially for patients who are fair-skinned. Most moles are tan or brown in color, sometimes raised, and vary in shape and size. Over time the appearance of your moles can change, often becoming lighter in color or larger. When a mole grows irritated, patients in the Woodlands and Conroe should […]

In addition to doing routine skin self-exams, people should have a skin cancer check regularly by a doctor or a Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner. A doctor can do a skin cancer check during visits for regular checkups. Patients in Conroe and the Woodlands who think they have atypical moles should point them out to the doctor. It is […]

Almost everyone has had a pimple at some point in their lives. But if you are constantly battling outbreaks, then you suffer from acne. Upwards of 50 million Americans suffer from acne, which is caused by clogged pores. When your pores retain oil and skin cells, the result is skin inflammation commonly known as acne. […]

A skin inflammation, or rash, comes in many forms. While many types of rash can be treated at home, a persistent rash will likely need prescription medication from a dermatologist. The most common types of rash seen in patients in Conroe and the Woodlands are: Eczema (dermatitis): Patches of skin that come in contact with […]

When a skin cancer biopsy returns positive for cancer, the news can feel devastating. The incidence of melanoma, the most aggressive form of skin cancer, has steadily risen over the past ten years. Yet when caught early and treated properly, patients in Conroe and the Woodlands have an excellent prognosis for a full recovery with […]