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Wart Treatment

What Causes Warts? When human papillomavirus (HPV) infects the top layer of the skin, the result is a wart. If you cut or damage your skin in some way, you may become more susceptible to warts. These viruses are contagious and can spread by contact with the wart or something that touched the wart. Warts …

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Psoriasis Treatment

What Causes Psoriasis? Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease that is classically characterized by thickened red areas of skin covered with silvery scales. Severity can be mild discrete patches or severe lesions and can affect much of the overall skin area on the body. In addition, the joints; nails; and even the mucous membranes may …

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Mole Check

Moles are very common, often harmless marks on the skin that can range from light brown to almost black. While they are predominantly benign, they can also be the first of the skin’s features to signal underlying conditions, such as skin cancer. One of the best ways to prevent dangerous diseases from developing undetected is …

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Hair Loss Treatment

Hair loss can affect both women and men of various ages due to multiple causes and conditions. At DermSurgery Associates, we offer advanced treatments for hair loss across Greater Houston, TX. Through numerous approaches, our board-certified dermatologists help men and women achieve fuller, healthier hairlines they can feel confident about. What Causes Hair Loss? Alopecia …

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Eczema Treatment

If you struggle with eczema, you know how irritating it can be and how difficult it can be to effectively treat. Our team of board-certified dermatologists often recommends multiple approaches for optimal eczema treatment at our Greater Houston, TX, locations. What Is Eczema? Eczema is a skin condition that involves various combinations of symptoms such …

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Acne Treatment

Acne can be a concern at many ages and can be difficult to treat without proper guidance from a professional. At DermSurgery Associates, we provide treatment for those with acne and oily skin and make recommendations for helpful products and solutions. Often, we recommend a combination of topical products, oral antibiotics, Accutane, and light therapy …

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