Skin of Color
There is concern about the immunosuppressive or immunomodulatory effects of oral and biologic medications in patients with skin disease.
Shelley K. Uppal, BS; Donovan G. Kearns, BS; Vipawee S. Chat, BS; and Jashin J. Wu, MD, FAAD
Brett King, MD, PhD
Here’s a closer look at the novel topical being studied for psoriasis and atopic dermatitis.
A growing body evidence suggests CBD may help with common symptoms of dermatologic diseases. Here’s what we know so far.
Jennifer Cather, MD
Although biologic medications have proven to be highly effective in the treatment of psoriasis, there remains a need for oral medications that offer similar success rates. Here’s a look in the pipeline.
Donovan G. Kearns, BS; Shelley K. Uppal, BS; Vipawee S. Chat, BS; and Jashin J. Wu, MD, FAAD
From investigational JAK inhibitors to eyebrow transplants, here’s a look at the latest in hair restoration.
Francisco Jimenez, MD, FISHRS
Early studies offer some hope for emerging therapies for repigmentation.
Seemal Desai, MD
Mark D. Kaufmann, MD, FAAD, and Neal Bhatia, MD, FAAD
Tips for integrating teledermatology for now and the future.
Michael Sherling, MD, MBA
Here’s what we know about testing and its potential role for practices.
Denise Mann, MS
Consider these tactics to ensure safety and educate your patients.
Suneel Chilukuri, MD, and Kim Campbell
The COVID-19 crisis is changing the dermatology industry. What does it mean?
Whether you’ve never heard of it or simply forgot about it, each of these tools can improve patient care in the clinic.
Steven Leon, MS, PA-C
There is plenty of uncertainty for most dermatology practices, but communicating with advanced staff about what is known can be important.
Kasey D’Amato, PA-C, and Katherine Wilkens, PA-Cs
Zoe Diana Draelos, MD
Telederm may not be ideal, but it is essential for acne and rosacea patients today—and could persist in the future.
Michael Gold, MD, FAAD
Encourage patients to keep up with skincare and prescription regimens and be prepared to offer in-office procedures when appropriate.
Jennifer Deaver Peterson, MD, FAAD
Despite focus on the clinical consequences of overusing antibiotics for decades, relatively little has been said about the potential impact on the microbiome.
Sourab Choudhury, DO
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