Clinical Dermatology

Identifying Psoriasis

Identifying Psoriasis

Psoriasis is an autoimmune disorder that is resistant to treatment and often shows frequent relapse. Prompt and proper treatment from an experienced dermatology provider can mean the difference between relief and prolonged suffering. The experts at Florida Westcoast Skin and Cancer Center are highly trained in various treatments for this condition and look forward to …

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December: What is Rosacea?

Patients who have been diagnosed with rosacea are all too familiar with the red, flushing appearance of their facial skin that can come along with small pimples and bumps. This condition is extremely common and impacts patients of all ages. It is a condition that can cause patients to feel incredibly self-conscious about the way …

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How to Prevent Sun Spots

The skin is the largest organ on the human body, and the most susceptible to the environment. This includes the sun, which can damage the skin over time and contribute to one’s risk of developing skin cancer. Dr. Michael Scannon and his team at Florida Westcoast Skin and Cancer Center are here to help patients …

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Is excessive sweating genetic?

Hyperhidrosis. If you deal daily with excessive sweating, you are likely dealing with hyperhidrosis. While the name of this condition sounds daunting, it’s the daily problems patients with this condition deal with. Staining of expensive fabrics and clothing, and embarrassment of significant underarm wetness are just a few of the issues patients with severe hyperhidrosis …

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If I treat hyperhidrosis in one area, will I sweat more somewhere else?

At Florida Westcoast Skin and Cancer Center, Dr. Michael Scannon and his associates work routinely with patients who have certain medical conditions that impact their quality of life. This includes excessive sweating, or “hyperhidrosis.” Excessive sweating can be extremely problematic for patients and cause them to feel self-conscious about their appearance and their sweating condition. …

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Can warts grow back?

Warts. When patients hear the word “wart,” the often picture witches during Halloween with one or more warts on the nose. However, warts can affect anyone at any age, any gender, and any ethnicity. A wart is a growth that is not cancerous and is caused by HPV, or the “human papillomavirus.” They are extremely …

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