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Dallas Dermatologist Dr. Ellen Turner’s Interview with Practical Dermatology

In each issue, magazine asks leading physicians about new products that they are recommending to their patients. This month, Ellen Turner, MD, a dermatologist in Dallas, TX, discusses Colorescience Total Protection Face Shield SPF 50, which she wears every day. How long have you been recommending Colorescience Total Protection Face Shield SPF 50? Do you use it on yourself? Dr....

Nutritional Supplements for Better Skin Health

If you are thinking about ways to get healthy in 2019, you might consider nutritional supplementation to augment dietary intake of foods. As we continue to advance in our technology at a rapid rate, our food sources continue to decline in terms of what they can offer us from a nutritional aspect. Some of this relates to the way in...

Adult Female Acne Causes and Treatments

More and more, we are seeing female adult acne come through the dermatology practice. Some of these women are in the twenties, or even thirties and forties, and are now experiencing acne in adulthood. All of them want clearance (who wants to have acne AND signs of aging?), and most want to know cause. Why me and why now? There...

Does CoolSculpting really work?

I often have patients ask me, “Does CoolSculpting really work”? And the answer is a definitive “YES”! CoolSculpting has an interesting back story, and once you hear it, you will be a believer.  There was a pediatrician several years ago who noted that some of his patients had actual fat loss in the cheeks, and when he investigated further, he...

The Secret is out! RF Microneedling

As I was reviewing the daily dermatology updates, I came across a publication that was released by the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology stating that microneedling radiofrequency technology is both “safe and effective” for the treatment of atrophic acne facial scars. Great news is the fact that this affirms what we have seen in the Dermatology Office for the past two...

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