Skin of Color
Mounting research shows that inflammation fuels acne and rosacea - with unexpected effects
Joel Schlessinger, MD, Chief Cosmetic Surgery Editor
Leverage the power of your social media accounts to generate more traffic for your dermatology practice.
Naren Arulrajah with Vikas Vij
A logo is just one of many critical steps to building a brand that patients connect with. Here's what you need to know.
Tracy Drumm Weldon
What it means to be a dermatologist is changing. Are you ready?
Mark Kaufmann, MD
The first follow-up visit is a time to measure efficacy and compliance, reinforce key messages, make adjustments to the regimen, and discuss acne sequela.
Steven Leon, MS, PA-C
New technologies have shown the presence of inflammatory pathways throughout all stages of acne lesion formation.
James Q. Del Rosso, DO
New acne guidelines shed light on ongoing controversies.
New research continues to suggest rosacea is more than just a skin disease with increase risk of other systemic diseases.
Numerous sexually transmitted infections present on the skin. Dermatologists are often on the front lines of treating these highly common infections.
Sonoa Au, MD
As the business of body contouring explodes, physicians—and patients—must consider the treatment options.
Jeanine B. Downie, MD, FAAD Section Editor: Joel Schlessinger, MD
Psoriasis is a cutaneous manifestation of a systemic disease.
Jerry Bagel, MD
Three ideas for every group practice.
David B. Mandell, JD, MBA and Jason M. O'Dell, MS,
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