• Earlobe Repair after Skin Cancer Removal (Mohs Surgery)
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    Earlobe Repair after Skin Cancer Removal (Mohs Surgery)

    Skin cancer here, basal cell, which is not life threatening but locally destructive here. You’ve had one of these before. “Yes” And we’ve removed it now, it’s all clear, but we’re gonna actually move, it’s called the double advancement flap, where I’m gonna move this tissue a little up and move this tissue down to cover this little baby Tyson bite. …that we have here. Okay… You shouldn’t feel anything other than us touching you. It’s called the double advancement because we’re advancing tissue from both sides here. You’ve got something right here, too. Doing just great! Okay? Nothing’s bothering you, right? No. Good. Got it? Just going to use…

  • SKIN FIVE WESTFIELD CENTURY CITY | WELCOME VIDEO
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    SKIN FIVE WESTFIELD CENTURY CITY | WELCOME VIDEO

    hi welcome to my newest in five here at Westfield Century City we all know that when we look our best we feel our best and that opens up so much potential in the rest of our lives I created a space based on years of clinical research as well as practice for a place where we can help your skin realize all of its potential using five best-in-class treatments which include the Infuser the Infuser the Infuser the Infuser the Refresher the Refresher the Lineless the Lineless the Spotless the Spotless and the Uplifter we can address all of the issues that your skin can possibly have these include…

  • What is Eczema? Dr. Lamel, a Board-Certified Dermatologist Explains
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    What is Eczema? Dr. Lamel, a Board-Certified Dermatologist Explains

    – Hi, my name is Doctor Sonia Lamel. I’m a board-certified dermatologist and I’m here to talk to you a little bit about eczema or atopic dermatitis. Eczema is a very common inflammatory skin condition. It tends to run in families and also in people who also have seasonal allergies and asthma. Eczema usually presents with dry, itchy patches of skin. A lot of times on the arms and the legs, but it really can occur anywhere on the body. If you’re concerned that you have eczema, please come in and make an appointment today. There’s a lot of things that we can do to treat your skin. A lot…

  • Dr. Bishr Al DaBagh Discusses Skin Cancer and Mohs Surgery
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    Dr. Bishr Al DaBagh Discusses Skin Cancer and Mohs Surgery

    – Mohs surgery is a specific type of surgery to remove skin cancer. It is very precise. It’s done as an outpatient, so you don’t have to go as a patient into the hospital. You don’t have to admitted and in addition to that, it has a very, very high cure rate. 99% for primary tumors, means that tumors have not been treated before, you get a 99% chance of cure and for the ones that have been treated before and have recurred then the cure rate is 94%, which is still pretty high. Additionally, you come in, I treat you as my surgeon, as your surgeon, I’m your surgeon.…

  • Dr. Bishr Al DaBagh Discusses Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer
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    Dr. Bishr Al DaBagh Discusses Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer

    – Non-melanoma skin cancer is the most common type of skin cancer. It includes two type of skin cancer, basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Both arise from the skin. They are most likely in sun exposed areas but can occur anywhere on the body. Typically, they’re highly curable if caught early and they do not metastasize, meaning they don’t go to other parts of the body but sometimes they can. Sometimes aggressive ones can even go down the nerves, cause pain and go to other parts of the body through the nerves so we have to get them treated quite early. Your dermatologist is the best person to…

  • What is the skin microbiome?
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    What is the skin microbiome?

    – Cheeks, eyes, inside of our nose, around our mouth, behind our ears, our armpits, underneath our fingernails, you name it. So think about your skin. It’s not just the same all over, right? We have oily sites like our face, our scalp, our torso. We have dry skin like our hands, our forearms. And then we have moist skin like our feet and our armpits. And correspondingly what we found is that our skin’s microbiome, which are the trillions of bacteria, fungi, and viruses that live on our skin, and really actually all over our bodies, is different based on these different skin properties. And so why is this…

  • 8 Serious Diseases That Are Signaled By Our Skin
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    8 Serious Diseases That Are Signaled By Our Skin

    8 Serious Diseases That Are Signaled By Our Skin Your skin is the main indicator that your body may be experiencing some health problems. That doesn’t mean to just pay attention to your acne. It goes way beyond that. People usually ignore when something appears on their skin unless it makes them look “ugly”. We’re so caught up with looking our best, and feeling our best that we sometimes neglect the minor things that appear on our body. But the longer you ignore, the worst it gets. As soon as something unusual appears on your skin, it’s important to go see your doctor right away. At this point, you’re probably…

  • Faster Diagnosis For Skin Cancer
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    Faster Diagnosis For Skin Cancer

    OF THE STORY. THE TRACK OWNER SAY THE DRIVER OF CAR 33 WILL BE DISCIPLINED BUT THE OTHER DRIVER WILL NO LONGER BE WELCOME TO RACE THERE. THERE IS A TOOL TO HELP IDENTIFY SKIN CANCER WITHIN SECONDS. NO BIOPSY IS NEEDED AND IT COULD MEAN A FASTER DIAGNOSIS. CANDACE HARRINGTON LOVED HER TAN. FAMILY VACATIONS TO THE BEACH. WE SPENT A LOT OF TIME AT THE POOL. IN HIGH SCHOOL, I STARTED USING TANNING BEDS BEFORE DANCES AND PROM. Reporter: WHAT IT TOOK WAS HER SKIN. ABOUT SEVEN YEARS AGO SHE DEVELOPED A SPOT ON HER NOSE LIKE A PIMPLE THAT WOULD NOT HEAL. IT WAS BASAL CELL CANCER.…

  • Dr. Lee Meets a Man Covered in Dry Scaly Skin | Dr. Pimple Popper
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    Dr. Lee Meets a Man Covered in Dry Scaly Skin | Dr. Pimple Popper

    HOW YOU DOING THIS MORNING? I’M GOOD. HOW ARE YOU DOING? GOOD. OKAY. GOOD. COME ON. WHAT’S IMPORTANT TO ME IS TO HAVE A BETTER-QUALITY LIFE. I WANT TO GET BACK OUT THERE TO WALK WITH MY GRANDKIDS TO THE PARK WITHOUT A BUNCH OF PAIN. OKAY, COME ON IN. YES, MA’AM. YOU CAN GO AHEAD AND HAVE A SEAT RIGHT THERE, AND DR. LEE WILL BE IN IN JUST A MOMENT, OKAY? ALL RIGHT. OKAY. OKAY. I JUST WANT TO KNOW EXACTLY WHAT I GOT. AND I JUST KNOW THAT DR. LEE CAN GIVE ME THE ANSWER THAT I’M LOOKING FOR. HOW ARE YOU? DR. LEE. NICE TO MEET…

  • DermTV – How to Avoid Skin Irritation while Shaving [DermTV.Com Epi #020]
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    DermTV – How to Avoid Skin Irritation while Shaving [DermTV.Com Epi #020]

    [music] Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz [pause] and welcome to DermTV. For most women, controlling unwanted hair is a necessary evil. But a particularly convenient way to control that hair is with shaving. Unfortunately, a lot of women experience shaving irritation because they just don’t know the tips and tricks to avoid it, so let me help you. First, and most important, shave only in the shower. At the beginning of the shower, use a cleanser on the areas that you‘re going to shave, and the reason for that is the cleanser will strip the oils off the hairs, so those hairs can be penetrated by and softened by the…