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Houston Dermatologist FAQ: Causes, Types and Treatments for Skin Itch

Skin Itch Relief Apart from mosquito bites, chickenpox, and poison ivy, the skin may itch for a variety of reasons. In case the itch does

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Houston Dermatologist FAQ: Basal Cell Carcinoma Treatment

Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is one of the most common forms of skin cancer. If diagnosed early, this kind of cancer can be treated easily.

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Houston Dermatologist FAQ: Atopic Dermatitis Treatment

Atopic dermatitis (AD) or eczema looks different in infants, children, and adults. Children usually get AD in the first year of their life. If a

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Houston Dermatologist FAQ: Alopecia Areata (Hair Loss) in Men And Women Causes

Alopecia Areata (Hair Loss) The meaning of alopecia is hair loss. A medical condition known as alopecia areata causes the hair to fall out in

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Houston Dermatologist FAQ: Actinic Keratosis (AK) Treatment

Actinic Keratosis (AK) Pre- Skin Cancer Early and prompt treatment can address almost all actinic keratoses (AKs) before they develop into skin cancer.   In case a

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Houston Dermatologist FAQ: What is Actinic Keratosis?

An actinic keratosis (AK), or solar keratosis, is a crusty, scaly growth which develops due to the damage caused by ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure. AKs

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Houston Dermatologist FAQ: How Can You Treat or Remove Acne Scars?

Acne scars can have an adverse effect on an otherwise appealing face. If left untreated, these scars can remain for a lifetime. Certain types of

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How to remove or prevent fine lines on your face

What Causes Fine Lines and Wrinkles? Exposure to the sun, free radicals through pollution or smoke Smoking Repetitive facial movements and expressions Age. As we age,

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Houston Dermatologist FAQ: What causes acne?

Various factors can lead to acne or undesirable blemishes on the face. It is usually common for acne breakouts to occur at a younger age. 

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Houston Dermatologist FAQ: What is Acanthosis nigricans?

Acanthosis nigricans refers to a fairly common skin pigmentation disorder. The most notable indication of this condition is dark skin patches with a thick, velvety

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