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Can I Get Botox for Sweating Excessively?

Smoothing wrinkles is probably the first thing that comes to mind when considering Botox cosmetic treatment. What many people aren’t aware of is that Botox also has other medical uses, including stopping excessive sweating. Keep reading to learn how it can do a lot more than combat signs of aging. What Are the Medical Uses […]

  • Posted on: Sep 24 2020
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Importance of Skin Cancer Screenings

The Importance of Skin Cancer Screenings: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. With screening exams and early detection, it’s possible to treat and cure skin cancer. If you’re wondering, Where can I get a skin cancer screening near […]

  • Posted on: Aug 20 2020
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How Can I Maximize My Sunscreen Benefits This Summer?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately five million Americans are treated for various forms of skin cancer each year. In many cases, skin cancer is the result of exposure to ultraviolet rays from excessive sun exposure or indoor tanning. The good news is that a quality waterproof sunscreen or sunblock cream […]

  • Posted on: Jul 20 2020
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CoolSculpting as a nonsurgical approach to body sculpting

Coolsculpting is a technologically advanced way for patients to target areas of the body where excess fat develops. Many men and women in the area of Colorado may complain to their doctor at the Asarch Dermatology, Laser and Mohs Surgery about trouble spots on the body that are not responding to traditional methods of fat […]

  • Posted on: Apr 30 2020
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What is Mohs surgery and how it is used for treating skin cancer?

A diagnosis of skin cancer can be worrisome for any patient. However, one of the primary benefits of a skin cancer diagnosis is that the condition can be spotted in the earliest stages for a higher chance of success in overcoming it. When patients notice unusual growths or changes on their skin, it is vital […]

  • Posted on: Apr 15 2020
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Treatment for Dry Chapped Hands

If you are following the guidelines to prevent infection with the Corona Virus (and I certainly hope that you are) frequent washing will strip the natural oils from your skin.  Combine that with the very dry Colorado climate and your hands will become dry, chapped, and may develop small breaks and even bleed.  You can […]


Improve your appearance with Ultherapy

Both men and women in Colorado who are experiencing the signs of aging, including the formation of fine lines and wrinkles and excess skin laxity, typically believe their only option for treatment is that of plastic surgery. Instead, many patients are excited to learn that technology continues to provide alternatives to traditional surgical interventions. Patients […]


Sclerotherapy for treating spider veins

Patients in Colorado who are unhappy or embarrassed by the presence of spider veins on their calves, thighs, or ankles are often interested in learning about the treatment options available to them. The doctors of Asarch Dermatology, Laser and Mohs Surgery encourage men and women with spider veins to consider the advantages of sclerotherapy for […]


How can I eliminate my bad acne?

At Asarch Dermatology, Laser and Mohs Surgery, patients can obtain quality care for a wide range of needs. One common complaint seen by many adults is that of acne. Acne is a condition that affects more than just teenagers—in fact, patients of all ages can develop acne. Not all acne is the same, which is […]


How Mohs micrographic surgery can be used to treat skin cancer

A diagnosis of skin cancer to a patient can be a devastating moment. However, skin cancer is one of the easiest to treat, and can be diagnosed in the earliest stages with a proper evaluation. With skin cancer, there are various ways to treat it. One of the most desirable methods is with Mohs micrographic […]


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