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Manager of the Year: Mary B.

Here at Advanced Dermatology we like to provide opportunities for excellent team members to be recognized on our website and social media platforms for going the extra mile to care for our patients. Join us in congratulating our certified clinical medical assistant and scribe: Mary B. By providing outstanding service and representing our core values, … Continued

Why see a board certified dermatologist? (Source: AAD.ORG)

Dermatologists diagnose and treat more than 3,000 different diseases and conditions. Some of the most common are: Acne |Age spots |Eczema |Hair loss |Melanoma |Melasma |Psoriasis |Rashes |Rosacea |Skin cancer Vitiligo| Wrinkles Dermatologists see patients of all ages — from newborns to people older than 100 years of age. Becoming a dermatologist requires many years … Continued

Employees of the Month – Edith & Francesca

Once a month, we provide an opportunity for an excellent team member (or two) to be recognized on our website and social media platforms for going the extra mile to care for our patients. Join us in congratulating our call center specialist: Francesca G. & our certified clinical medical assistant and scribe: Edith H. By … Continued

Peds Derm Corner- Vitiligo- December

Peds Derm Corner- Vitiligo- December Each month, Dr Swanson posts information about a common pediatric dermatology issue to educate patients and parents. This month, the topic is vitiligo. What is vitiligo? Vitiligo is an autoimmune condition where the body makes a mistake and attacks the pigment producing cells in the skin.  Because those pigment making … Continued

Employee of the Month – Melissa C.

  Once a month, we will provide an opportunity for an excellent team member to be recognized on our website and social media platforms for going the extra mile to care for our patients. Join us in congratulating our certified clinical medical assistant and scribe: Melissa C. By providing outstanding service and representing our core … Continued

Peds Derm Corner- Eczema- November

Peds Derm Corner- Eczema- November Each month, Dr Swanson posts information about a common pediatric dermatology issue to educate patients and parents. This month, the topic is eczema. What is eczema? Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a skin condition that causes itchy, red, scaly patches of irritated appearing skin. Eczema typically starts during … Continued

Employee of the Month – Lauren H.

Once a month, we will provide an opportunity for an excellent team member to be recognized on our website and social media platforms for going the extra mile to care for our patients. Join us in congratulating our certified clinical medical assistant and scribe: Lauren H. By providing outstanding service and representing our core values, she has been chosen … Continued

Peds Derm Corner- Vascular Birthmarks

Peds Derm Corner- Vascular Birthmarks- October Each month, Dr Swanson posts information about a common pediatric dermatology issue to educate patients and parents. This month, the topic is vascular birthmarks. What is a vascular birthmark? A vascular birthmark is a birthmark that is made up of blood vessels. The two most common types of vascular … Continued

Peds Derm Corner – Moles

Peds Derm Corner- Moles- September   Each month, Dr Swanson posts information about a common pediatric dermatology issue to educate patients and parents. This month, the topic is moles.   What are moles? Moles are brown flat spots and bumps that are typically darker and larger than freckles.  They are dark because of an increased … Continued

Employee of the Month- Angel

Once a month, we will provide an opportunity for an excellent team member to be recognized on our website and social media platforms for going the extra mile to care for our patients. Join us in congratulating our histology technician: Angel. By providing outstanding service and representing our core values, she has been chosen as the “Employee of the … Continued

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