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3 Reasons To Attend Our 1st Annual Melanoma Awareness Event Next Saturday

One week from tomorrow the Academic Alliance in Dermatology will host its first ever Melanoma Awareness Event, an initiative created to raise awareness about the dangers of malignant melanoma and to make skin cancer screenings available to the public, completely free of charge. As an organization that’s incredibly passionate about the prevention and early diagnosis/treatment of skin cancer, this is a cause that’s near and dear to our hearts.

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3 Common Pediatric Dermatology Conditions

When it comes to skin issues, infants and children are not exempt. Many children suffer from dermatological issues and must seek the treatment of a dermatologist to help alleviate their symptoms. Below are three of the most common pediatric dermatology conditions treated by the board-certified dermatologists at Academic Alliance in Dermatology:

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April Newsletter

Spring has officially sprung, and we could not be more excited for all the changes that it brings with it! Our patients are like family, and we love to keep them updated on what’s happening here at the office, whether it’s the addition of a new provider, exciting new discounts or specials, an upcoming event, or a personal message from one of our own! So, without further ado, here’s a peek at what we’ve been up to recently and what we have on the horizon for April.

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Announcing Our 1st Annual Melanoma Awareness Event

We are so excited to announce that for the first time ever we will be hosting a Melanoma Awareness Event for the local community, where we’ll be offering free skin cancer screenings to the public! Join our dermatologists for this free public awareness event, which includes a seminar about Melanoma with our very own Dr. Panos Vasiloudes, a local dermatology legend who has dedicated his 30 year career to the study and treatment of malignant melanoma and the pursuit for a cure.

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The Importance of Annual Skin Checks for Cancer Prevention

While it’s unavoidable to stay completely out of the sun at all times, especially if you live in an area known for its heat and sunshine, there are ways to detect skin issues before they progress into a dangerous form of skin cancer. Below, we’ll discuss the importance of a regular skin check.

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Wrapping Up Our Annual Honoring Women Event

Last week we gathered with over 100 incredible women to celebrate their inner and outer beauty, their strength, and frankly how awesome they are! It was a magical night of music, prizes, demos, laughter, princesses, and pampering. We want to take a moment to thank all of the people who made last night possible.

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What Is Mohs Surgery?

Mohs surgery—also called micrographic surgery—is considered the most effective technique for treating skin cancer. Today the dermatology experts at Academic Alliance in Dermatology discuss what Mohs is, how the surgery works, and what types of skin cancer it treats.

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Announcing Our 2nd Annual International Women's Day Aesthetic Event

Last year we threw a little party to celebrate the women in our lives, our 1st Annual International Women’s Day Aesthetic Event! Everyone loved it so much that we’ve decided to turn it into a yearly tradition. We’re so excited to announce that patients and their friends can join us once again this March to celebrate International Women’s Day with our “Honoring Women” event!

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Everything You Need To Know About Dermal Fillers

Chances are you’ve heard about dermal fillers even if they weren’t referred to specifically as that. You may recall hearing the name of a brand or type of filler recommended to you by a friend who has gotten a dermal filler before. Still, you might be wondering what they are, how they’re used, if they’re safe, and how they could benefit you. Below, we’ll answer these questions and share some of the types of dermal fillers available for you.

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