Posts From April, 2015

Listen to the Interview That Could Save Your Life

Dr. Richard Asarch, who is board certified in dermatology and a fellow of the American College of Mohs Surgery with a full practice and medical spa in Denver, Colorado again joins eHealth Radio and the Cancer Prevention Channel. Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Richard Asarch discuss the following: What is Melanoma? What causes Melanoma? […]

  • Posted on: Apr 26 2015
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Dr. Asarch Named 2015 Ultherapy Ultra Premier Treatment Provider

Ultherapy is one of the top procedures in both Denver and around the country this year. Dr. Ricard Asarch is proud to be recognized as an Ultherapy Ultra Premeire Provider for both 2014 & 2015. Ultherapy is the only non-invasive, FDA-approved procedure to tighten and lift skin on the neck and under the chin. Ultherapy uses […]

  • Posted on: Apr 26 2015
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THINK CHEMICAL PEELS ARE TOO HARSH FOR YOUR SKIN? THINK AGAIN!

Chemical peels can effectively be used on a variety of skin issues from acne to age spots and fine lines and wrinkles. The term “chemical peeling” sounds harsh and some peels of the past were aggressive, leaving patients with mixed feelings about the process. Now, there are peels for every skin type and tolerance. Most […]

  • Posted on: Apr 16 2015
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Skin Damage Continues Hours After Exposure

Scientists have found that the skin damage caused by UV rays does not stop once you get out of the sun. Cancer-causing damage, wrought by ultraviolet radiation from sunlight or tanning beds, continues to occur up to three of four hours after exposure due to chemical changes involving the pigment melanin. Many people choose to […]

  • Posted on: Apr 12 2015
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Ablative, Non-ablative or Sublative Laser- Do You Know the Difference?

For many people, skin imperfections such as acne scars, wrinkles, textural irregularities and sun damage can impact their self-confidence. Patients looking for dramatic, permanent changes in their skin often choose a type of laser skin “resurfacing”. All lasers that are used on skin work by producing a single wavelength of light producing a controlled injury […]

  • Posted on: Apr 6 2015
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