A Tribute

The associates and staff are profoundly saddened by Dr. Brandt’s passing. He was one of the country’s leading dermatologists and pioneered the use of injectable fillers and botulinum toxin with his innovative and cutting-edge techniques.

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Which Sunscreen Should You Use?

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Though summer is becoming fall, don’t put down your sunscreen just yet. The sun is the most important cause of both skin cancer and wrinkles, and those of us in South Florida need extra protection due to our close proximity to the equator.

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Are Telomeres the Secret To the Fountain of Youth?

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For thousands of years, humans have been searching for the fountain of youth. In recent years, researchers think they may finally have found it. A recently released book entitled “The Telomere Effect: A Revolutionary Approach to Living Younger, Healthier, Longer,” ignited a fever of interest in the tiny dynamos known as telomeres…

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Age Spots – What They Are and How to Treat Them

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The name is unflattering and their appearance is unsightly. Age spots (solar lentigines, medically) are also known as liver spots and sun spots, but whatever their name, you want them gone. What are age spots? They are painless, flat discolorations of the skin, usually brown, black, or gray, that most often occur…

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White Wine Increases Skin Inflammation in Women

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A new report in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology confirms what your board-certified dermatologists at Skin Associates of South Florida have suggested to our patients for years: consumption of alcohol, particularly white wine and liquor, can increase the risk of rosacea in women.

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Botox for Depression?

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In the world of dermatology and cosmetic surgery, everyone knows that Botox works to improve the appearance of facial wrinkles. But did you know studies have demonstrated…

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