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Dermatology Blog

Summer’s here: Tips for Cellulite

Cellulite Study

Swimsuit season is here and many women are dreading putting on a two piece. If you find yourself struggling to find the perfect cover-up to conceal cellulite, you are not alone. More than 85% of women will develop cellulite at some point in their lives, and no amount of diet or exercise can prevent or reduce it. Even average, lean and fit women frequently have cellulite. Read on for a few tips that may help to improve the appearance of cellulite. Dry-brushing A variety of high-end spas offer dry-brushing as a body treatment to improve skin’s texture and gently exfoliate. … Continue reading

A Botox-Like Gel Could Be Here by 2019

Botox

ABC reports that a Northern California company, Revance Therapeutics, is already in Phase 3 trials, testing a topical method for administering botulinum toxin for the treatment of crow’s-feet. Its gel formula allows the ingredient to travel through the skin using peptides to deliver the wrinkle-smoothing benefits. Not only do the before-and-after photos look very convincing, but so far, the study shows results lasting twice as long as the three month period that neuromodulators such as Botox, Dysport and Xeomin provide. Click here for full article on NewBeauty.com

Mohs Surgery for the Removal of Skin Cancer

One in five people will develop skin cancer in their lifetime, leading to over two million cases in the US every year. Skin cancer can be very dangerous, especially if not treated quickly and effectively. If you have a family history of skin cancer, you may want to consider being proactive and have your body checked annually for skin cancer by a dermatologist. This will help ensure that, if you develop skin cancer, it is detected early when it is easiest to treat. Skin cancer is most commonly found on the face. Dr. Kenneth Beer, Dermatologist and Dermatopathologist, has extensive … Continue reading

Placebo in Clinical Trials

Placebocartoon

One in five people will develop skin cancer in their lifetime, leading to over two million cases in the US every year. Skin cancer can be very dangerous, especially if not treated quickly and effectively. If you have a family history of skin cancer, you may want to consider being proactive and have your body checked annually for skin cancer by a dermatologist. This will help ensure that, if you develop skin cancer, it is detected early when it is easiest to treat. Skin cancer is most commonly found on the face. Dr. Kenneth Beer, Dermatologist and Dermatopathologist, has extensive … Continue reading

Good news for those with a small chin (hypognathism)

Hypognathism

Chin contour plays an important role in the overall aesthetic appeal of the face. Those with a small chin, also known as recessed chin or hypognathism, often report a low self-esteem and lack of confidence due to their appearance. Symptoms include a short, small chin which makes the face appear flat. If the lower jaw is excessively small, the lips may also protrude. Treatment options can include chin implants and other surgical options. However, Dr. Kenneth Beer, is currently testing a dermal filler that may help improve the look of the chin. If you have a recessed chin and are … Continue reading

IPL for Younger Clearer Skin

Laser Skin Treatment

Dr. Kenneth Beer and his staff provide IPL (Intense Pulse Light) treatment for facial and non-facial rejuvenation. IPL uses a broad spectrum of light to target various types of pigment as well as fine lines and small blood vessels. As we age, brown spots can appear on our skin, creating the impression of damaged, old skin. By combining a series of intense pulsed light treatments with sun avoidance and topical products, we can help to improve the appearance of your skin. IPL works as a series of treatments rather than as a single treatment so plan to invest some time … Continue reading

Considering Botox Treatments?

Botox

Aging is a fact of life. The frown lines, forehead wrinkles and crow’s feet are inevitable and may happen sooner than you’d like. The good news is that there is a quick, simple option to keep you looking younger and it only takes as little as 10 minutes. Recovery time is simple and results can last up to four months. So what is Botox and how does it work? Botox is a protein that occurs in nature. It works by relaxing the underlying muscles where it is injected, reducing lines associated with aging. It has also proven to be effective … Continue reading

You don’t have to live with acne!

Acne

Acne is one of the most common skin conditions in the United States that affects about 90% of teenagers as well as a growing number of middle-aged women. The effects of acne are not just the cosmetic blemishes and scarring that can last a lifetime, but also emotional and psychological scars that can seriously affect one’s quality of life. Many sufferers of acne avoid the doctor’s office and find themselves frustrated with over-the-counter options at the local supermarket or drug store. Unfortunately, choosing to simply live with acne and ignore advanced treatment options could lead to permanent facial scarring and … Continue reading

Coenzyme Q10

Vitamin A: Repair Your Skin and Slow the Signs of Aging Vitamin C: Protect Your Skin Essential Fats for Your Skin Omega-3 fatty acids are considered essential fatty acids. They are necessary for human health but the body can’t make them, you have to get them through food. help produce your skin’s natural oil barrier, keeping dry skin and blemishes at bay. Omega-3 fatty acids can be found in fish such as salmon, tuna, and halibut as well as in algae, krill and nut oils. To get skin that really glows from within the solution is simple: put good products … Continue reading

Eat your way to a healthier complexion

When we think about how to best take care of our skin we usually think in terms of what serum or moisturizer will give us that coveted glow. While what you use on your skin is important, supplementing your skin care with a healthy diet will do wonders in helping you put your best face forward. Water: Drink up! Few things can rival water in terms of what it can do for your skin. Our bodies are made of up to 60% water, so keeping hydrated isn’t just about what you put on your skin, it’s about what you put … Continue reading


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I have been a patient of Dr.. Beer for several years. I’ve had Mohs surgery, as well as minor spot removals and biopsies. Two weeks ago, we saw him for an emergency skin condition that my husband had. We were given an appointment immediately, seen . a biopsy taken and sent to the University of Pa. for study. Dr. Beer called us himself with the results, as well as calling our primary care physician to discuss my husband’s case. The follow-up care was excellent. We fully recommend Dr. Beer. “
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