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We're proud to announce the addition of Lorie Masters, MCMS, PA-C to the O'Donoghue Dermatology team. Lorie comes to us with over 18 years of experience in medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology....
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Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. It is also the most preventable and, if diagnosed early, the most curable. Here are my top 10 skin cancer prevention tips: 1. &...
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Did you know that by exposing the skin narrowband UVB light treatments we can treat a number of skin conditions. Narrow band UVB is the optimal part of the UV light spectrum and it has been shown to s...
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Almost 7 million BOTOX treatments were performed last year. That's more than chemical peels, laser hair removal, soft-tissue fillers, microdermabrasion, and intense pulsed light treatments - combined....
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A sebaceous cyst is a bump that develops under the skin, typically in the neck, face or trunk area. They are often referred to as wens, keratin cysts, epidermal cysts or epidermoid cysts and they usua...
09 May 2011
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Melanoma is a malignant tumor of melanocytes which are found predominantly ion skin. it is a serious type of skin cancer that causes the majority of skin cancer related deaths. Although fair skinned i...
20 May 2010
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Q: Dear Dr. O'Donoghue, I am constantly battling dry, scaly, and itchy skin. How can I treat this? - J.T. A: Dear J.T.,  Dry skin is the result of an evaporation of water from the upper skin laye...
22 October 2020
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If you missed the Top Doctors section of the November 2020 issue of SRQ Magazine (out now), you can check out the stand-alone digital feature by clicking https://bit.ly/37nV8yT and go to page 25 and r...
26 November 2010
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Exerpt from Pre Kindergarten NewsletterNovember 19, 2010 ..."Our week in Pre K was filled with many special parents and community helpers. Thank you to Morgan Bentley, Blaine's dad, for telling us abo...
17 July 2013
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Sunscreens protect our skin from painful sunburns and they reduce our risk of developing skin cancer from long term exposure, but like most products that are designed to make a profit in a competitor ...

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