April is Rosacea Awareness Month. Rosacea is a skin condition that causes redness, dilated capillaries, red papules and pustules on the face. When it affects the eyes, the eyes can feel dry, irritated and red. There may be a sensation of sand in the eyes as well. Rosacea usually starts with easy flushing or blushing [...]
Posted: April 2nd, 2012 under Cosmetic Dermatologist and Surgeon NJ.
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Posted: January 1st, 2012 under Cosmetic Dermatologist and Surgeon NJ.
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Candida Albicans: What is the most medically-sound, effective way to treat candida overgrowth? Dr. Emily Altman’s answer on Quora.com
In healthy individuals, in the head and neck area Candida albicans can be found in the oral cavity and in the external ear as a colonizer. It is very rare to have a Candida albicans rash on the face, other than in angular cheilitis (inflammation of the corners of the mouth, perleche). Candida albicans is [...]