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We are moving! New address as of 3/16/15

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Novant Health Dermatology Associates is moving down the street! We are moving from our old address of 1401 Matthews Township Pkwy Suite 220, Matthews NC 28105 to our new address -- 1450 Matthews Township Pkwy Suite 170, Matthews, NC 28105 as of Monday, March 16, 2015. We can still be reached at the same phone (704-384-6020) and fax number (704-385-6025). We look forward to seeing you in our new office!

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Protecting yourself from the sun's rays

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Picking the right sunscreen can be confusing. UVA…UVB…SPF? Where to begin?

For starters, you should purchase a new bottle of sunscreen every year that provides broad-spectrum protection from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays (UVA and UVB). Products with active ingredients including titanium dioxide or zinc oxide provide the most efficient coverage with the lowest irritation.

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Winter skin care tips

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

The winter months can be just as harsh on the skin as the warmer months. Here are a few tips to consider that can help you maintain healthy, smooth skin.

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Self-exams crucial in early skin cancer detection

Monday, October 29, 2012

Self-examinations of the skin are crucial in the early detection of melanoma and skin cancer. If a cancerous growth is detected and removed at an early stage, a patient has a strong chance for a full recovery.

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Sunscreen 101

Friday, October 26, 2012

Picking the right sunscreen can be confusing. UVA, UVB, SPF? Where to begin? For starters, purchasing a fresh bottle of sunscreen on a yearly basis that provides broad-spectrum protection from the sun's harmful UltraViolet rays [A & B] is your best bet.

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