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

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. Marie Leger

“I have lived in a lot of exciting places – New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, Berkeley, Mexico City,” says Dr. Leger. “I’m super excited to be living in Reno now and to be near beauty and nature and family.” We are thrilled to introduce you to Marie Leger, MD, PhD, who began seeing patients

Meet Dr. Samantha Schneider

Our newest team member literally wrote the book on Dermatology. Please join us in welcoming Samantha Schneider, M.D., Fellowship-Trained Mohs Surgeon and Board-Certified Dermatologist. She specializes in Mohs surgery, which is a technique that removes a skin cancer with the smallest possible margin. Dr. Schneider is also trained in facial reconstruction to repair the area

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

marionette lines

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