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Hair ProblemsBy Stephen M. Schleicher, MD, Director, DermDOX Center for Dermatology - The scalp contains approximately one hundred thousand hairs. Each hair attains a maximum length and then enters a resting stage, following which, it falls out. Unlike certain animals, which shed their entire outer layers at once, human’s have hairs that act independently; normal human hair loss occurs in random fashion...
What is Laser RejuvenationBy Stephen M. Schleicher, MD, Director, DermDOX Center for Dermatology - Laser resurfacing is characterized as either ablative or nonablative. During the ablative process the epidermis and parts of the dermis are removed resulting in improvement of skin texture, uneven pigmentation, and some correction of wrinkles...
Do You Harbor a Malignant Melanoma?By Stephen M. Schleicher, MD, Director of the DermDOX Center for Dermatology - Although malignant melanoma accounts for only 3 percent of all cancers of the skin, it produces 65 percent of the deaths from skin cancer. In other words, malignant melanoma is the most uncommon but deadliest form of skin cancer...
The Difference Between Male & Female SkinBy Stephen M. Schleicher, MD, Director, DermDOX Center for Dermatology - How many of you have actually pondered the differences between gal skin and guy skin? Could it be that male skin is indeed from Mars and female skin from Venus? Hopefully, we are all Earthlings, but differences in the sexes certainly carry over to our skin as well. Male skin is indeed thicker than female skin. Increased collagen and elastin fibers in men...
Smoking and the Effects on the SkinBy Stephen M. Schleicher, MD, Director, DermDOX Center for Dermatology - Concerned about wrinkles and dark spots? Several studies document that cigarette smoking, like excess sun exposure, leads to premature aging of the skin. One study compared identical twins; the skin of the twins who smoked was 25 percent thinner than that of the twins who did not...
What You Need to Know About Dermal FillersBy Stephen M. Schleicher, MD, Director, DermDOX Center for Dermatology - Although Botox is very effective in minimizing forehead lines and crow’s feet, it cannot restore fullness, particularly to the lower face, lost as a consequence of the aging process. Indeed, volume loss is one of the hallmarks of an aging face and dermal fillers are ideally suited for this purpose...
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