Dermatology Division

Summer Snafus:  Treating Sunburns and Stings

We are now in prime time for outdoor activities, and while being outdoors is healthful in so many ways, it is not without its hazards: Insect bites and sunburns become common problems in the summer. Most bee, wasp and hornet stings can be treated at home, and don’t require a doctor visit. If the person...
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May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, with over 5 million Americans diagnosed with skin cancer each year. In fact, 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. It is estimated that nearly 9,500 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with skin cancer every day. People of all...
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Celebrate Psoriasis Action Month by Taking Care of Your Skin

Psoriasis Action Month, also known as Psoriasis Awareness Month, is celebrated in August each year. Like other health awareness initiatives on the calendar, the designation of August as Psoriasis month provides an opportunity for our team at Premier Medical to raise awareness about a skin condition, its causes, triggers, and treatment. By learning more, you’ll...
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Lift You Look This Holiday Season with Premier’s Dermatology Division!

Make Some Time for Yourself this Holiday Season and Lift Your Look! Premier’s Dermatology division is offering a limited-time, holiday promotion on our best cosmetic treatments: Purchase 2 Syringes of VOLUMA and Receive 20 FREE units of BOTOX! (a savings of over $275!) To take advantage of this special promotion, please call 845-451-7272 to schedule...
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Sun Safety

We all love to take in those warm summer rays, but everyone must remember to protect their skin and eyes from the damaging effects of the sun. By learning the risks associated with too much sun exposure and taking the right precautions to protect you and your family from UV rays, everyone can enjoy the...
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Here’s Why It’s Important to See a Dermatologist

Our skin – believe it or not – is our largest organ. And depending on your height and weight, an adult has several pounds of the covering, which at its thickest point can be a few millimeters deep, by one estimate. Skin acts as a body’s first-line of defense, shielding it from extreme temperatures; harmful...
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