Category Archives: Dr. Anna Drosou

DermSurgery Associates: Our Doctors Make Us #1

When residents of Houston and outlying areas need dermatologic services - from the removal of age spots and treatment for wrinkles to swift, aggressive response to melanoma and other skin cancers - they turn to DermSurgery Associates. There is a good reason for this. Now with 11 clinics throughout the Houston area, DermSurgery has earned …

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When You Think Spring, Think Chemical Peels and Dermal Fillers

With winter over and summer just a few months away, this spring is a good time to think about some simple strategies that can pay off big-time where the appearance of your skin is concerned. That's why we say, when you think spring, think chemical peels and dermal fillers from DermSurgery Associates, Houston's most-trusted network of …

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Mohs Surgery and Dermatology Clinics throughout the Greater Houston Area

When skin cancer strikes, DermSurgery Associates of Houston strikes back with Mohs surgery, one of the most effective treatments for the three most common skin cancers: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma. Here are a few things you might like to know about why DermSurgery's clinics in the greater Houston area are considered …

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Dermal Fillers – Choosing the Best Filler for your Specific Skin Needs

How dermal fillers from DermSurgery Associates reverse the effects of aging in facial skin - When it comes to our appearance, a little often goes a long way. Take facial lines and wrinkles, for example. These are natural signs of aging, and there’s only so much one can do to prevent them from forming as the …

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What You Need to Know About Skin Cancer and Mohs Surgery

Is it time for a professional cancer screening? In the United States in 2013, an estimated 1,660,290 new cases of cancer were diagnosed. The American Cancer Society estimates that 580,350 of these cases will end in death. The society projects that melanoma skin cancer accounted for 76,690 of the newly diagnosed cancer cases, with 9,480 …

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