Self Care During Tough Times

Just a month ago, I found myself in a familiar circular argument with my mom regarding exercise and self-care.  “I don’t have time to exercise right now,” she said, to which I replied, “you have to find the time.” Now it seems like all we have is time, and I find that self-care rituals are… Read more »

When is a Spot More than a Cosmetic Concern?

Many people have skin spots that they don’t like. These spots could be a mole on the face, a birthmark on the body, or something more worrisome, like skin cancer, or a pre-cancerous growth. These may be new or irregular growths. During this crisis, it can be hard for patients to know what to do… Read more »

COVID-19 And Steps We’re Taking To Keep You Safe

Your safety and well-being are of utmost importance to APDerm and our network of practices across New England. We are closely monitoring the developments and information about the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), and have taken extra precautions to ensure your safety. We are actively monitoring the progression of information as issued by the Center for Disease… Read more »

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Symptoms & Preventions

To Our Patients, We care about your health and wellbeing, as well as that of our clinicians and staff. If you have an upcoming appointment and are experiencing the flu-like symptoms listed below please call (978) 381-4495 to reschedule. Check out the CDC recommended steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 if you are sick. If… Read more »

Mohs Surgery – A Micrographic Procedure For Skin Cancer

Despite nationwide skin cancer campaigns preaching the benefits of sunscreen and skin exams, skin cancer ranks No. 1 as the most common form of cancer in the United States. A skin cancer diagnosis often catches people off guard, especially in later decades, but Mohs surgery has transformed the way dermatologists treat common skin cancers. Mohs… Read more »

Skin Rescue in the Winter Months

Did you know? The winter can take a toll on your skin, especially if you are living in arid areas and/or are already prone to dry skin. It can cause your skin discomfort and even lead to sores and cracking, also known as chapping, which can be painful and take some time to heal. Long-term… Read more »