Skin Care Resolutions for the New Year

by Cosmetic Dermatology

Skin Care Resolutions for the New Year As we head into a new year, High Valley Dermatology would like to remind you of a few important ways to care for your skin. Remember, ultraviolet radiation from the sun is the most common cause of skin cancer.  Even in the winter months, when the sun is […]

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Common Skin Cancer Symptoms

by General Dermatology

Skin Cancer Facts Skin Cancers To Be Aware Of Include: Basal Cell Carcinoma Squamous Cell Cancer Melanoma – Most Dangerous Melanoma Skin Cancer Signs Asymmetry Borders Color Diameter Evolving

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Skin Cancer Prevention Infographic

by Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer Prevention Recommendations 1. Seek the Shade 2. Avoid Sunburns (especially the severe sunburns. 3. Avoid Tanning & Tanning Beds – These are never ok to use and even one time can be very damaging to your skin. 4. Always try to cover your skin – Hats, sleeves, sunglasses, pants… the more covered up, […]

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When you age, your skin type will change, causing wrinkles, and produce uneven skin tones. High Valley Dermatology carries a line of skin care products of superior quality and efficient for treating a number of skin troubles. Dr. Lena Gowring, Dr. Lindsay Sewell, Dr. Brandon Miner, and Joseph Anderson PA-C are very knowledgeable and can […]

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Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer and accounts for almost half of all reported cases. As exposure to UV rays has been linked to basal and squamous cell carcinomas, as well as the more serious melanomas, one of the major prevention tactics for these cancers is avoiding excessive time in the sun. […]

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Understanding Ultraviolet Radiation and Skin Cancer

by General Dermatology

UV Radiation (UV Rays) is emitted by the sun. Many types of light bulbs also put off UV rays such as tanning beds, nail dryers and other light boxes. Types of UV rays There are three main types of UV rays UVA- These rays penetrate the skin more deeply than UVB rays, therefore, playing a major […]

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An inexpensive vitamin can help reduce the occurrence of common skin cancers in people prone to that disease, researchers reported on Wednesday. In a clinical trial, people who took two pills a day of nicotinamide, a form of vitamin B3 available as a nutritional supplement, had a 23 percent lower risk of developing non-melanoma skin […]

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The Straight Skinny on Skin Cancer Screenings

by Skin Cancer

Why Should I Get a Skin Cancer Screening? Getting your skin checked for signs of skin cancer is very important to do every so often and is key for skin cancer prevention. When you hear about High Valley Dermatology offering free skin cancer screenings, jump on this opportunity! The best dermatologist of Idaho Falls work at […]

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Melanoma Treatment in Idaho Falls

by Melanoma Treatment

There are many different types of melanoma. To know how best to treat the melanoma, your dermatologist will determine which kind you have and what steps should be taken for your optimal treatment. 4 Main Types of Melanoma Superficial spreading melanoma Nodular melanoma Lentigo maligna melanoma Acral lentiginous melanoma Source:http://www.skincancer.org/skin-cancer-information/melanoma/types-of-melanoma Melanoma Detection It’s always good to […]

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Free Skin Cancer Screening

by Skin Cancer Prevention

Free Skin Cancer Screening Please make plans to join us on Monday, May 5, 2014.

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