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When to Visit a Dermatologist

04th July 2012
Dermatology is the branch of medical science responsible for the care and treatment of the skin, hair, and nails. A general practice dermatologist is a medically licensed physician trained to treat skin, hair, and nail diseases, and skin cancers. Many der... Read >
Author: ThornwellParker

Why Removing A Skin Tag May Never Be The Same

04th February 2011
A skin tag is a common problem which tends to crop up as we age. A pesky little bit of skin seems to pop up in the most uncomfortable places. Most people who have one will probably see their doctor to have it surgically removed, or simply suffer with it. ... Read >
Author: mariocora

My Dog has a Lump on its Skin, What is it?

11th January 2011
They can occur both on the trunk or on the limbs, and though they are completely benign, occasionally they can become so large that they are a nuisance to the dog and only then is surgical excision necessary. More common in cats than dogs. Some cancers at... Read >
Author: Donovan Anselmoz

7 Ways You Can Remove Warts and Moles

16th November 2010
There are a wide variety of options for safely removing moles and warts. First, let's explore four ways dermatologists remove these types of growths. Cryotherapy works by applying a freezing agent to your skin. Once frozen, the growth is removed. Y... Read >
Author: Jane Hardwick

Mole Skin Tag Removal at Your Own Home

22nd October 2010
Are you annoyed and embarrassed about your moles, skin tags and warts? If you have no time or money to spare for clinical treatment, you can perform home treatment to remove these ugly objects from your skin. There are safe do-it-yourself mole skin tag re... Read >
Author: deanwhite

Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment Options

30th June 2010
Seborrheic Keratosis are unattractive lesions which can be similar in appearance to warts. These lesions are benign and are noncancerous. They may look frightening and cause concern about skin cancer but there is no reason to be concerned. They can be rem... Read >
Author: Angelakenny

Keratosis Treatment. Removal of Seborrheic Keratosis by Surgery

21st June 2010
Seborrheic Keratosis are very unattractive lesions which are similar in appearance to warts. These lesions are not caused by a bacterium such as warts are. They tend to run in the family and seem to be genetically connected to persons within the same fami... Read >
Author: Angelakenny

Grooming Tips and Advice for You Pit Bull Terrier

18th December 2009
Keeping your Pit Bull healthy can be a full-time job. He requires lots of love and attention, routine well check-ups with the veterinarian, teeth cleaning, and training. A big part of your time will be spent on keeping your Pit Bull clean and neatly groom... Read >
Author: Miquel Travis

Four Facts About Plantar Warts

15th December 2009
Plantar warts are scientifically known as verruca plantaris . A wart is a benign skin growth caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), a localized viral infection of the skin that is specific to the type of skin found only on the bottom of the feet. ... Read >
Author: Chris A Bloor

Effective Treatment Of Warts

01st October 2009
Warts are unsightly skin growths caused by the highly contagious human papillomavirus. You can catch the virus by direct contact with someone who has warts, or by touching an infected surface. However, not everyone who comes into contact with the virus de... Read >
Author: Andrew Tomkinson

HPV Warts - Your Options

08th August 2009
Human papillomaviruses or the HPV, are common viral infections that cause warts, there are some natural medications that are beneficial to speed up the healing process and eventually completely remove HPV warts. HPV warts are hard skin growths that c... Read >
Author: Anrea Segovia

Vinegar Warts and Wart Treatment Explained

17th July 2009
Vinegar Warts - a test and not actually a wart type. Vinegar warts are warts which appear white when evaluated by applying vinegar. The term comes from the proven fact that doctors may use vinegar in which the main reactive agent is acetic acid to se... Read >
Author: Steve Last
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