Doctor checking a mole on a woman's face.

Facial moles can be frustrating—and at times, uncomfortable. Due to their prominent physical location, it is common for our patients to want to remove them. For individuals who hope to remove their facial moles, whether for cosmetic or medical reasons, it is important to seek out an experienced, board-certified dermatologist who can effectively and safely…

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At Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting, our mantra is personalized care. We do not ascribe to a one-size-fits-all-approach to dermatology. Rather, we provide each patient with individualized care tailored to their unique needs and goals. Considering a patient’s Fitzpatrick skin type routinely informs our care delivery strategies. There are certain treatments and products that are…

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Given that summertime typically means more time spent outdoors without makeup on, many patients prioritize skincare for these months to develop and maintain a gorgeous glow that only requires sunscreen over it. Rather than investing in waterproof makeup, invest in the health of your skin. At Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting, we can help you…

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When it comes to skin health, it is important to care diligently for both healthy skin and wounded skin. At Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting, we prioritize follow-up care after biopsies or excisional surgeries. We will never send you home without detailed, easy-to-read instructions on how to properly care for your skin after a procedure.…

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Sunscreen is an important part of skin protection and it is recommended for daily wear in order to protect skin from the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. UV rays can damage the skin in as few as 15 minutes, leading to signs of aging or even skin cancer. Regularly applying sunscreen with broad spectrum protection against…

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Choosing the best sunscreen for your skin type is easier than ever. With advances in sunscreen technology, finding your ideal SPF does not have to be a daunting task. Today, there are sunscreen formulas for every skin type, application, season and activity. Considering the fact that skin cancer is the most common form of cancer…

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An important part of maintaining proper health and wellness is having a routine full body skin exam performed by your experienced dermatologic health care provider. Considering that skin cancer is the most common type of cancer, scheduling an annual full body skin exam is essential to identifying it in its earliest stages in order to…

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It is extremely common to experience itchy, dry, angry skin during winter months. Dry winter skin can range from simply experiencing rough or scaly skin on your hands, elbows or feet to agonizing over skin so dry that it cracks or bleeds. Skin that becomes dry as a result of cold climates is scientifically known…

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