Skin Care in Oak Ridge, North Carolina

Oak Ridge, NC Skin Care

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CMS finalizes New Medicare Card distribution ahead of deadline, accelerating fight against Medicare fraud and abuse, High Point, North Carolina
New Medicare cards offer better identity protection for millions of Americans   The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently completed a large-scale effort to provide new Medicare cards without Social Security n...read more
Closed for Christmas, High Point, North Carolina
Our office will be closed on Monday December 24 & Tuesday December 25 2018 for Christmas. We will also be closed on Tuesday January 1st 2019 for New Years. Hope everyone has a safe and very Merry Christmas and&nbs...read more
Oak Ridge, NC Skin Care Businesses
Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic , Skin Care, Dermatologists, High Point, North Carolina
(336) 887-3195
Healthy skin, hair, and nails make a big difference in the way you look and feel. If you’ve been struggling to maintain the health of your skin, the body’s largest organ, it may be time to call in the professionals. The dermatologists at...
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Inclement Weather, High Point, North Carolina
Due to the inclement weather our office will open at 10 am on Tuesday December 11, 2018. Everyone please be safe. read more
Inclement Weather, High Point, North Carolina
Due to the inclement weather our office will be closed on Monday December 10, 2018. Everyone please stay safe. read more
Inclement Weather, High Point, North Carolina
Due to the inclement weather our office will be  closed on Monday December 10, 2018. Everyone please be safe. read more
Central Carolina Dermatology Clinic is Making Changes, High Point, North Carolina
 CCDC is adopting Electronic Health Records  New Providers will be joining the team   Dr. Kirby and Dr. Strauss are retiring in 2019  New appointment re...read more
5 Cosmetic Ingredients for Acne-Prone People to Avoid, High Point, North Carolina
You deserve makeup and cosmetic products that make your complexion look and feel its best. Unfortunately, not all products should be added to your skin care routine, especi...read more
5 Tips to Achieve Radiant Skin This Fall , High Point, North Carolina
Summer has changed to fall, and it’s time to switch up your skin care routine as well. Autumn weather means dryer air and chilly temperatures, so it’s important to prevent your skin ...read more
Labor Day, High Point, North Carolina
Our office will be closed on Monday September 3rd for Labor Day. CCDC hopes you have a safe Holiday. read more
Holiday, High Point, North Carolina
Our office will be closed on Wednesday July 4th. Hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday. read more
What Are Some Acne Treatment Options for Sensitive Skin?, High Point, North Carolina
Acne can be frustrating, but it’s even more challenging when the treatments you try only irritate your skin more. Individuals with sensitive skin know first-hand how certain products...read more
A Simple Guide to Mole Removal & What You Should Know, High Point, North Carolina
When skin cells form in clusters—as opposed to spreading uniformly—they create moles. Also referred to as nevi, these growths can come in a variety of different appearances and are t...read more
Dermatologist's 5 Best Tips for Summer Skin Care, High Point, North Carolina
While skin care is always important, it is essential to follow the right regimen during summer. Hot temperatures and a high UV index can lead to dryness, sunburns, and oily...read more
Office closing early, High Point, North Carolina
Due to inclement weather our office will be closing at 12:00 pm today. read more
New Medicare Cards, High Point, North Carolina
New Medicare Card: When Will Medicare Patients Receive Their Cards? Starting April 2018, CMS will begin mailing new Medicare cards to all people with Me...read more
A Guide to the 3 Basic Types of Skin Cancer, High Point, North Carolina
There are a few main kinds of skin cancer dermatologists diagnose in patients. While these vary in their speed of development, severity, and treatment, all are triggered by...read more
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