Turn Back Time: Ride the Wave of Youthful Skin

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In a world where the pursuit of beauty and youthfulness remains evergreen, advancements in dermatological treatments have revolutionized how we maintain our skin’s vitality. At Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting (DAOPM), we blend cutting-edge technology with a patient-centered approach to offer noninvasive solutions for those looking to rejuvenate their appearance…

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Managing Childhood Eczema: What Parents Should Know

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According to HealthyChildren.org, at least one in ten children suffers from a skin condition known as atopic dermatitis (also commonly known as eczema). While eczema is not contagious, it can be extremely uncomfortable for children because of the itching it causes. For children who have been diagnosed with eczema, managing…

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The Role of Biopsies in Diagnosing Skin Conditions

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A skin biopsy is a relatively common medical procedure where a section of skin cells is removed from the body for further testing. Often, skin biopsies are used to diagnose certain skin conditions and even skin cancers. Diagnostic biopsies have been around since at least the mid-1800s when German dermatologist…

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The Science Behind Anti-Aging Creams: Do They Really Work?

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Take a quick walk down the skincare aisle at your local grocery store and you’ll see a wide range of anti-aging creams and other products that promise to yield results. In recent years, the popularity of skincare products from such top brands as Alastin Skincare, Skin Better Science, Avene, Glyton,…

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How To Properly Care for Skin After Cosmetic Procedures

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Thanks to advancements in skin care and innovation in treatment technology, a wide range of cosmetic skin procedures are now widely available and more accessible than ever. In fact, according to the Aesthetic Surgery Society, cosmetic procedures in the United States increased by 54% in 2021 alone. If you’re considering…

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Tips for Managing Dry Skin in the Winter Months

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The cold and unforgiving months of winter are upon us — and that frigid, dry air can have a serious impact on your skin. During the winter months, it’s especially common for people to suffer from xerosis, the clinical diagnosis of dry skin. If you experience a general feeling of…

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The Latest Trends in Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation

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Advancements and innovations in non-surgical facial rejuvenation have made these treatments increasingly popular in recent years. With the cooler months of fall and the upcoming holiday season upon us, now is a great time to explore non-surgical rejuvenation treatments from Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting to feel and look your…

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Baby’s First Year: Navigating Common Skin Issues From Cradle Cap to Baby Acne

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Your baby’s skin can be especially sensitive during the first year of life, so pediatric skin conditions are relatively common among infants. From baby acne and cradle cap to molluscum, eczema and everything in between, our team has seen (and treated) it all. Choosing a pediatric-friendly dermatologist you can trust…

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The Benefits of Laser Surgery for Benign Skin Lesions

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If you’ve recently been diagnosed with a benign skin lesion, such as skin tags, seborrheic keratosis, solar keratosis, or lentigo, you may wonder what your removal options are. Ultimately, this will depend on the type of lesion you’re dealing with, as well as other factors, such as the location of…

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The Benefits of Chemical Peels for Hyperpigmentation 

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Do you suffer from patches of dark or discolored skin? If so, then you may have hyperpigmentation, a skin condition that, while harmless, may leave you feeling self-conscious.  Fortunately, if you’re suffering from hyperpigmentation, chemical peels can be a viable solution to reduce its appearance by removing dead skin cells…

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