• Keeping Skin Hydrated as Temperatures Drop

    December 05, 2017

    After months of focusing on keeping your skin from burning in the summer sun, we often forget that the fall and winter months also require specific skincare. It is easy for skin to become dry and rough due to higher winds and the colder air, which contains less moisture. Below are a few ways to…

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  • Mohs Surgery to Treat Squamous Cell Carcinoma Part Two

    September 19, 2017

    As seen in Part One of this multi-part video series, Dr. Bailey performed a Mohs surgery procedure to treat squamous cell carcinoma. In this specific case, the tumor was located on the patient’s cheek and after removing the necessary margin, Dr. Bailey is ready to begin the precise analysis of the tissue in the lab…

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  • The Top 3 Things You Didn’t Know Fillers Were Used For

    September 05, 2017

    We all know that dermal fillers, like Juvederm, are excellent at reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face. But, what you might not know is that fillers are commonly used on multiple parts of the body for various reasons. Fillers are much more versatile now than when they originally came on…

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  • Mohs Surgery to Treat Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    August 29, 2017

    Mohs Surgery to Treat Squamous Cell Carcinoma In this multi-part video series, Dr. Evans Bailey walks us through a Mohs surgery procedure to treat squamous cell carcinoma. If left untreated, squamous cell carcinoma carries the risk of spreading to the lymph nodes, making it exceptionally important to address.

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  • Melanoma Myths: Part II

    August 15, 2017

    As Dr. Bailey explained in Melanoma Myths: Part I, the extensive information accessible to the public about melanoma makes it difficult for some to separate the facts from fiction. As a fellowship-trained skin cancer and reconstructive surgeon and an elected member of the American College of Mohs Surgery, Dr. Bailey hopes to dispel some common…

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