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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 Center for Dermatology, Laser and Mohs Surgery about trouble spots on the body that are not responding to traditional methods […]

  • 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 […]


How Do I Know If a Mole Is Cancerous?

Many patients in the area of Colorado hear that close attention to moles can help in determining if skin cancer is present. Moles themselves are often benign and are not cancerous. However, when certain changes occur to the moles over time, it may indicative of skin cancer and requires immediate medical attention. The providers at […]

  • Posted on: Dec 30 2019
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Does Sunburn Cause Early Signs of Aging?

At Asarch Center for Dermatology, Laser, and Mohs Surgery, our providers educate patients on ways to keep their skin healthy and youthful. While the signs of aging are bound to occur, there are certain activities that patients can participate in that may reduce the health of the skin and increase their risk for skin cancer. […]

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2019
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What Is a Fungal Infection?

Are you experiencing itching, redness, or other problems on specific areas of your skin? Fungal infections, or “tinea,” can be common. At some point or another, most individuals will develop a fungal infection somewhere on their body. Some may develop a resistance to fungal infections after experiencing them, while others may be more at risk […]

  • Posted on: Nov 30 2019
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What Is Skin Cancer and How Can It Be Avoided?

The providers at Asarch Center for Dermatology, Laser, and Mohs Surgery in Colorado work with patients of all ages and ethnicities to help them with their medical and cosmetic concerns. One serious concern that patients need to be educated further on is that of skin cancer. Skin cancer affects the largest organ of the body, […]

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2019
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What Are Hives and How Can They Be Controlled?

Hives can become a chronic problem for patients in the area of Colorado, and can be incredibly frustrating to deal with. Hives can result in an itching rash that breaks out at unexpected times. This condition, also known as angioedema, is easier to treat than patients may realize. The team at Asarch Center for Dermatology […]


The Importance of Knowing Your Birthmarks, Moles, and Skin Imperfections

While melanoma is the rarest form of skin cancer, it is also the most dangerous. Luckily, most cases of skin cancer are noticeable in the earlier stages, making it easier for a dermatologist to intervene before the issue becomes dire. One way to ensure you are healthy and free from skin cancer is to not […]

  • Posted on: Sep 30 2019
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How to Get Rid of Embarrassing Spider Veins Using Sclerotherapy

At Asarch Center for Dermatology, Laser and Mohs Surgery, patients in the area of Colorado have access to a myriad of solutions for the skin, hair, nails, and body. When patients are upset over the development of spider veins, they may be unsure as to the aesthetic options available to them. With the use of […]


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