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The Reality of ‘Pregnancy Glow’ and Other Skin Changes Alpharetta, GA

The Reality of ‘Pregnancy Glow’ and Other Skin Changes

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Pregnancy is a remarkable time filled with anticipation and joy. Along with the excitement of expecting a new addition to the family, many women also experience notable changes in their skin. One of the most talked-about phenomena is the “pregnancy glow.” In this blog post, Spectrum Dermatology in Atlanta will delve into the reality behind… Continue reading

Get Earlobe Repair and Wear Earrings Again

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Your appearance is a reflection of your personality and style, and your ears play a significant role in framing your face. Unfortunately, torn or stretched earlobes can dampen your confidence and hinder your ability to enjoy various fashion choices. However, there’s good news! Spectrum Dermatology is here to help you restore the beauty of your… Continue reading

How to Reverse Hair Loss with Your Own Blood

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Thinning hair or hair loss can be a distressing experience for both men and women. Thankfully, advancements in medical science have given rise to innovative treatments that can help restore hair growth and confidence. One such treatment gaining popularity is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injections. At Spectrum Dermatology in Atlanta, we’re excited to share the incredible… Continue reading

The Danger of a Sunburn

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No one wants a sunburn. It’s unattractive, painful and even dangerous to your health. As parents, it’s our goal to protect our kids from getting burned in the summer sun. Unfortunately, it is all too common to fall short on sunscreen and watch your child suffer from painful red skin after a day in the… Continue reading

The Role of Retinol in Anti-Aging

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At Spectrum Dermatology, we proudly offer a full line of services to rejuvenate your skin and help you regain the complexion of your youth. However, we also recognize that the condition and appearance of your skin is most strongly influenced by what you do to care for it at home. It can be overwhelming to… Continue reading

When Your Sweating is Excessive

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Sweating is your body’s natural mechanism for cooling you off. It is appropriate and expected for both men and women to sweat after a hard workout at the gym or while mowing the grass in the summer heat. However, the amount of sweat produced can differ from person to person. If you sweat more than… Continue reading

The Importance of Knowing Your Skin Type

Your skin is the largest organ in your body. While it has common colors and textures, no one else on earth has your exact skin. How well do you know your skin? Knowing your skin means recognizing things like its moisture content, its tendencies in certain environments or its level of sensitivity. We know that… Continue reading

Can You Blame Your Diet for Your Dry Skin?

Do you suffer from dry skin? The medical term for dry skin is called xeroderma, which refers to skin roughness, tightness, flaking and scaling due to lack of moisture. Not all dry skin is caused by the same factors. There are many culprits for acute or chronic dry skin, including the following: environmental conditions underlying… Continue reading

PDT: A Tool for Both Medical and Cosmetic Dermatology

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Considering the average everyday exposure, it is not always easy to protect your skin from the sun and other environmental effects. When the skin is damaged, it can bring both aesthetic threats and health concerns. In many cases, photodynamic therapy (PDT) can be a popular and promising treatment to restore your skin. Not only can… Continue reading

The Link Between Autoimmune Disease and Chronic Skin Conditions

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Do you suffer from an autoimmune disease? It is no coincidence if you also struggle with a chronic skin condition. In fact, many autoimmune diseases are recognized by the symptoms that appear on the skin. Examples include lupus, scleroderma, psoriasis, dermatomyositis, epidermolysis bullosa and bullous pemphigoid. Since autoimmune disorders are not curable, these skin-related issues… Continue reading

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