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What Is a Skin Tag?, Asheboro, North Carolina
Skin tags are tiny benign growths on the skin and most commonly appear on the armpits, thighs, eyelids, neck, and groin. Some tags are smooth and round while others are more wrinkly. They can resemble the color of your ski...read more
What Are the Warning Signs You Need Melanoma Treatment?, Asheboro, North Carolina
Melanoma is a common yet serious form of skin cancer. While it accounts for just a small portion of skin cancer cases, it causes a majority of skin cancer deaths. Knowing what to look for can help you seek professional help and receive m...read more
Cedar Grove, NC
Asheboro Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center, Cancer Treatment Center, Skin Care, Dermatologists, Asheboro, North Carolina
360 Sunset Ave.
Asheboro, NC 27203
336-625-8410
Taking care of your skin is a great way to boost your confidence and protect it from a range of conditions. North Carolina’s Asheboro Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center is an excellent place to help you achieve the healthiest skin pos...
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A Dermatologist Explains What You Need to Know About Cysts, Asheboro, North Carolina
Skin cysts are likely something you’ve seen before and perhaps you have had one. Some are harmless, while others can be problematic, which is why it’s important to understand them an...read more
A Dermatologist on Common Symptoms of Skin Cancer, Asheboro, North Carolina
Being diagnosed with skin cancer by a dermatologist can be a very worrisome experience. However, the sooner you receive your diagnosis, the sooner you can undergo skin cancer treatme...read more
North Carolina Dermatologists Explain What You Need to Know About Vitiligo, Asheboro, North Carolina
Vitiligo is a type of condition causing the skin to lose its natural color, resulting in white patches. These patches appear anywhere on the body, and the extent and rate of color lo...read more
What Dermatologists Want Patients to Know About Athlete’s Foot, Asheboro, North Carolina
Despite the name, athlete’s foot is one dermatological condition that doesn’t just affect athletic individuals. In fact, research estimates the fungal infection impacts up to one in ...read more
Asheboro Dermatologist Provides a Guide to Proper Face Washing, Asheboro, North Carolina
Most people assume washing their face is a straight-forward process. However, according to the experienced dermatologists at Asheboro Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center&...read more
3 Skin Cancer Terms Your Dermatologist Wants You to Know, Asheboro, North Carolina
Skin cancer is one of the most prevalent forms of the disease, but it is overlooked by many people. It’s extremely important to understand how to identify this illness, as well as th...read more
Dermatologist Shares 5 Tips to Clear Up Back Acne, Asheboro, North Carolina
Acne doesn’t just affect your face and it’s not a problem that is limited to teenagers. Many adults experience pimples on their back. Whether it’s a few blemishes or a full...read more
Pinehurst Dermatologist Lists 5 Skin Care Tips for Athletes, Asheboro, North Carolina
To optimize their performance, athletes routinely spend hours each day training and pushing their bodies to the limit. Surprisingly, the body part which is most susceptible to the ad...read more
Dermatologist Answers Top 4 FAQs About Warts, Asheboro, North Carolina
Sometimes, a wart is little more than a minor annoyance that simply goes away on its own. In many other cases, though, warts do not respond to over-the-counter treatments and in...read more
A Dermatologist Explains Melanoma, Asheboro, North Carolina
Melanoma cancer is a common form of skin cancer, with approximately 87,110 new cases diagnosed this year alone. The first step to battling this serious illness is to understand why i...read more
Moore County Dermatologist Explains 5 Ways to Alleviate Dry Skin, Asheboro, North Carolina
If you suffer from dry, itchy skin, you’re not alone. You’ve probably tried a range of treatments on the market, including creams, oils, and face masks. Unfortunately, some of these ...read more
Dermatologists Explain 3 Causes of Eczema, Asheboro, North Carolina
Eczema is one of the most puzzling dermatologic conditions, and dermatologists have failed to identify a direct cause for its manifestation. However, according to the staff at Ashebo...read more
Local Dermatologist Explains Dermatitis & Treatment Options, Asheboro, North Carolina
Dermatitis refers to a condition which causes the skin to become swollen, red, and sore as a result of an external irritant. The professionals at Asheboro Dermatology & Skin...read more
How to Check for Cancerous Moles, Asheboro, North Carolina
Moles are skin growths that usually have a black or brown appearance—typically, they’re harmless. However, Asheboro Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center in Asheboro and Pinehur...read more
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