Rock Your Ginger Gene And Know Your Skin Cancer Risk

With eye-popping ginger locks and freckles, redheads with the ginger gene stand out from the crowd in a good way. But did you know that people with fair skin, freckles, and red hair have an increased risk for skin cancer? If this describes you, you can thank your genetics and a type of gene mutation… Read more »

Maskne – How To Treat And Prevent The New Acne

In recent months, masks have become a necessary accessory to help stop the spread of coronavirus. But annoying skin conditions and acne can accompany masking up, and a condition called maskne is on the rise. Perhaps you are a nurse, grocery store clerk, or construction worker and have noticed unsightly bumps and lines after wearing… 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 »

APDerm – New Look, Same Great Care!

We’re thrilled to announce our refreshed visual identity for our practice brands within APDerm! As our group has expanded to now include six brands and 25 locations under the APDerm umbrella, the updates show the evolution of our company since its founding in 1992. While this is a change to our look, you can still… 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 »

Meet The Canton Location Clinicians

Hello, Canton! We are excited to announce a new APDerm® clinic opening in Canton! Dr. Paul Rolincik and Physician Assistant Melissa Sansone are the clinicians at the new office. We caught up with them to ask a few questions about the new location. Q: Congratulations on the opening of the new Canton location. Could you tell us more… Read more »

The holidays can wreak havoc on your skin – here’s how to fight back

The holiday lights and parties make this a merry time of year, but all the diet-busting dishes, to-do lists, and socializing can wreak havoc on your complexion. December’s whirlwind of holiday soirees, workplace carry-ins, and happy hours with friends translates into added alcohol, sweets, and stress. All that indulging, coupled with dark days, late nights,… Read more »