Treating Warts with James Barclay, PA-C

Anyone can get warts. Children, teens, nail-biters, & people with a weakened immune system are more prone to getting a wart virus (HPV) than others. Warts are harmless and can eventually go away on their own courtesy of your own immune system, however, until they do, they can spread very…
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How Mohs Surgery Works

  This is an example of how Mohs surgery works.  Mohs surgery is a precise surgical technique used to treat skin cancer— normally utilized for certain cases on the face/hand or with specific types of cancer.   During Mohs surgery, thin layers of cancer-containing skin are progressively removed to ensure the patient is clear of cancer before…
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The spread and treatment of molluscum

 Pediatric Dermatologist Dr. Lisa Swanson answers all the questions about the spread and treatment of molluscum (aka water warts).  Currently there is no FDA official treatment for the little bumps that spread so easily in kids, so the internet is full of at-home remedies.  This Q and A article…
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CO2 Laser Q and A with a Patient in her 40s

Our long-time employee, Michele, shared with us about her two experiences with the Co2 Fractionated Laser under the care of Dr. Greg Wells at Ada West Dermatology. Like lots of ladies her age, she was feeling the effects of a youth spent in the sun covered in oil as well…
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