You Don’t Have to Live with Acne -- Here’s How to Get Rid of It

Did you think you’d be finished with acne by now? People in their 20s and 30s often still have breakouts. Just because it’s common, it’s no less frustrating!  The staff at Naaman Clinic, including Dr. Evans Bailey, understand your frustration. They know that acne can have a deep impact on your life, and they offer effective treatments.  Why, oh why,
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Keeping Skin Hydrated as Temperatures Drop

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 keep your skin looking hydrated and smooth as the weather cools down. Shower Temperate Even tho
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Mohs Surgery to Treat Squamous Cell Carcinoma Part Two

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 at Naaman Clinic. You’ll recall that Mohs surgery, the most accurate techniq
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The Top 3 Things You Didn’t Know Fillers Were Used For

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 the market and help solve a variety of cosmetic issues. Check out the unique ways that
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Mohs Surgery to Treat Squamous Cell Carcinoma

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. As an elected member of the American College of Mohs Surgery and fellowship-trained
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Melanoma Myths: Part II

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 myths about melanoma, and explain more about the diagn
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10 Things You Need to Know Before Getting Laser Hair Removal

Everyone, to some extent, probably deals with unwanted hair on a pretty regular basis. Whether it’s freeing up some time in your daily routine, or freeing yourself of pain or embarrassment, eliminating unwanted hair with laser hair removal can be a really attractive option for people. Treatment plans are created during a patient’s initial consultation and vary from patient to patient. Before y
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Melanoma Awareness Month

The following post is in honor of Melanoma Awareness Month and references a post titled, “Melanoma” published by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD).   Melanoma is a serious skin cancer that is characterized by uncontrolled growth of pigment-producing cells. Melanomas can appear on the skin suddenly or develop from an existing mole. Like all cancers, early detection of melanoma i
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What Laser Tattoo Removal is Really Like

The following post is written by one of our patients who has graciously shared her story about laser tattoo removal at Naaman Clinic. You can see a real demonstration of one of her tattoo removal treatments here. In 2011, I decided to get a tattoo while I was on a trip to the mountains. It was simple, and I was so in love with it: the word “faith” on my left wrist in a thick black sc
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What I learned at CoolSculpting University

Author: Jennifer Bailey, CoolSculpting Coordinator * Disclaimer –  Individual results may vary   Everyone has a tendency to do things in their own way; however, any time you’re able to collaborate with others, you’re always going to learn something new. So when we had the opportunity to attend Coolsculpting University, Dr. Bailey and I jumped at the chance. We made our way to
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