Ten Sun Safety Tips Every Parent Should Follow

Brandie Oros, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, talks to us about the sun safety habits that we can start early on with our families to help prevent skin cancer. The Skin Cancer Foundation stresses that daily protection from the sun is very important in addition to protection on the big sun days such as a beach day

A Skin Cancer Awareness Ask the Expert Session with Adam Wallach, M. D.

At Skin Cancer & Dermatology Institute we believe education creates empowerment about all things related to skin health. During Skin Cancer Awareness Month we share our expert knowledge about skin cancer, preventative measures, and sun safety tips. Today we sit down with Dr. Adam Wallach, Board-Certified Dermatologist, and one of our Medical Providers at our

Skin Cancer Awareness Month – An Ask the Expert Q&A with J. Hibler, D.O., Board-Certified Dermatologist

One in five Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. That is why every year in May it is so important to help educate the public about sun safety and skin cancer. Today’s Skin 101 post features a Q&A session with Dr. J. Hibler about sunscreen and more.   Q: How does sunscreen work?   A:

Meet Dr. Adam Wallach

“Treat people like you want to be treated.” – Dr. Adam Wallach We are pleased to welcome Board-Certified Dermatologist, Dr. Adam Wallach to the Skin Cancer & Dermatology Institute team. He cares for patients at our location in Truckee, California. His specialties include Medical and Surgical Dermatology for both adult and pediatric patients as well

Mohs Surgery: How is it Different From Other Skin Cancer Treatments?

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Mohs Surgery is considered the gold standard in skin cancer treatment, offering a high cure rate and other unique benefits.  Mohs Surgery in the Spotlight You may have heard Real Housewives, NASCAR drivers, and even the Kardashians talk about Mohs in the last couple of years.  So, what is it? Here’s the quick answer: Mohs

Marionette Lines – What are They and How Do I Treat Them?

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Marionette lines are commonly called “laugh lines” or “smile lines” and are a natural sign of aging that appear downwards around the mouth and chin. They can make you look like you have a frown on your face. These lines form as facial volume minimizes with age and deeper creases form below the mouth. How