Genius® RF Microneedling is an FDA approved, minimally invasive procedure that combines the benefits of traditional microneedling with radiofrequency energy to stimulate the skin’s natural production of collagen and elastin.
Fine lines and wrinkles, rough texture, and pore congestion are no match for HydraFacial®.
This revolutionary treatment improves your skin’s appearance in a three-step process that will cleanse, exfoliate, and hydrate your skin instantly.
Integrated Dermatology of Tidewater is excited to share we now offer NeoSkin and Neoclear laser treatments.
Uniquely gentle, the Neo offers complete skin rejuvenation in a safe, effective, and tolerable treatment for all skin types and tones.
Are you living with psoriasis … I mean, FULLY living?
Those itchy patches of flaky, scaly skin can impact your life in many ways.
Here are just a few tips to implement into your daily routine to keep your skin as healthy as possible.
There is no such thing as a “healthy tan.” Actually, a tan is your body’s response to cellular-level damage from exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light, the primary risk factor for melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers.
Acne is the most common skin disease in the U.S. The root cause of acne is clogged pores, but did you know not all breakouts are created equal? There are different types and levels of acne and their triggers make the treatment plan for each patient unique.
The mere words “cancer” and “surgery” are enough to alarm anyone, so if your dermatologist has recommended Mohs surgery for your skin cancer treatment, let's learn more about the procedure to put your mind to rest.
If your face gets red frequently, it may be more than a blush … you may be one of the more than 16 Million Americans that has rosacea.
You may first notice redness, like a sunburn, on your cheeks, nose, forehead, and chin.
The days are getting longer, the temperatures are rising, and the sunshine has you day-dreaming of spending long, care-free hours outdoors!
You know it’s time to grab the sunscreen, but are you really sunscreen savvy?
The skin is the body’s largest organ and it performs many important functions to keep your inner-body safe and healthy.
Celebrate National Healthy Skin Month by committing to care for your skin every day of the year!
You probably spent a good deal of time during the summer outside: tending your yard, exercising, or just lounging and basking in the summer sun. Perhaps you even overdid it and got sunburned a time or two.
Time for a post-summer skin check!
Summer is upon us, and it’s the perfect time to enjoy the sunny outdoors.
But wait! Are you and your family protecting yourselves from sun damage and its detrimental effects on your long term skin health?
Where did THEY come from? The sagging cheeks, lip lines, crow’s feet, and furrowed brows that appeared seemingly overnight.
You know it’s time to take action, but where do you start without a time machine? We'll go through some non-surgical options.
Acne is the most common skin condition in the U.S. In this post, we’ll first give you a broad overview of what acne is, then look at how a dermatologist can help get to the root cause of your acne and help you form a treatment plan.
Did you know that learning how to do a simple self-exam could save your life?
May is Melanoma Awareness Month, making it a great time to educate yourself and your loved ones of the importance of skin cancer screening.
Skin diseases can flare-up when you’re stressed and if stress causes you to skip your daily skincare regimen it can cause new breakouts or you can lose ground in managing your condition. But you can reduce its impact on your skin by managing it well.
TeleDerm is a secure digital platform that allows patients to share photos and videos with a dermatologist for remote assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of skin conditions. Request a TeleDerm appointment today at idtidewater.com.
Around 40, many people begin to notice they have “crepey skin” on their neck, chest, and even their hands. Many factors contribute to this condition, but the good news is that there are solutions for minimizing the appearance of crepey skin.
Are the cold, winter months wreaking havoc on your skin?
Dry indoor air and frigid temperatures outside can make your skin flake, itch, and crack over the winter. But you don’t have to suffer. Follow these tips to keep your body’s largest organ hydrated a
Do you notice forehead furrows or frown lines when you’re being expressive? Does your smile accentuate crow’s feet you’re NOT really crazy about? Does your face look angry or worried even when you’re not? XEOMIN® may be the answer!
Time marches on … that’s inevitable. As the reflection in your mirror keeps reminding you.
But with recent advances in cosmetic dermatology you can reverse many of the signs of aging without costly or invasive surgery.
One-in-five Americans will develop skin cancer during their lifetime. The good news is that when caught in its early stages, skin cancer is highly curable. That's why The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends annual full body skin exams.
Eczema. By definition, “a chronic, inflammatory skin disease, which results in widespread rashes and patches of itchy skin”. Also referred to as “atopic dermatitis”, this skin condition often goes untreated for years.
When psoriasis covers a large body surface area, is very severe, or has reached the point of psoriatic arthritis, topical treatments alone are not enough to effectively treat the disease. Biologics may be the answer.
Our skin is our body’s largest organ. It provides a barrier to protect us against infection, injury, sunlight, and heat.
UV rays can damage your skin in as little as 15 minutes. Over time, cumulative sun exposure can lead to long term health problems.
Summertime is upon us. Temperatures are up, school’s out, and so is your skin!
Whether you’re packing for a much needed vacay, firing up the grill, or gearing up for the season’s first beach day, take a moment to cover your bases...and your skin.
Revision skincare provides an entire line of professional-grade options for those interested in nonsurgical alternatives that address a variety of skin concerns, from wrinkles to dull skin, and everything in between
“Itchy rash”, “dry skin”, “scaly patches”; these are some of the most common complaints presented to dermatologists on a daily basis. And although all of these descriptions can cover several diagnoses, the most well-known are eczema and psoriasis.
Curious about the many options available to help keep your skin looking healthy? Both microneedling and microdermabrasion have become very popular for those interested in achieving a natural, healthy glow without having to undergo an invasive procedure.