Eyelid Surgery

As the old saying goes, the eyes are the window to the soul. So it makes sense to want to keep the surrounding area in good condition! This has led to more and more people – including celebrities – seeking out cosmetic eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty. But eyelid surgery isn’t only a cosmetic procedure.… Read more »

Nail Surgery

Nail surgery might not be the first course of action when it comes to treating nail issues, but it is sometimes necessary when topical solutions and medication don’t work or aren’t a viable solution. This highly specialized surgery is performed to remove a section of or the whole nail as a result of a disorder,… Read more »

Excisions / Repairs

In dermatology, excisions are a standard and versatile procedure. They are done to remove skin cancers, moles and other lesions. This method is used to ensure that all of the affected tissue is removed, reducing the risk of it metastasizing. Skin irregularities can also be removed for cosmetic reasons or if you experience bouts of… Read more »

Connective Tissue Disease/Dermatology-Rheumatology

Connective tissue disease is a generalized term used for hundreds of different connective tissue disorders. Connective tissue holds together the cells in our body and is made up of collagen and elastin. Connective tissue disease affects these proteins and causes inflammation in your skin, other organs, joints, and muscles. These disorders can be broken up… Read more »

Cutaneous Lymphoma

What is lymphoma? Cutaneous Lymphoma is a rare cancer of the white blood cells of the body and presents on the skin at diagnosis. Cutaneous lymphoma can most commonly involve two different groups of white blood cells called lymphocytes: B lymphocytes (B cells) and T lymphocytes (T cells). B cells are responsible for protecting the… Read more »