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    What is a dermatologic surgeon?

    Part of a progressive medical subspecialty, ASDS member dermatologists perform medically necessary and cosmetic procedures to improve the health, function and beauty of skin through every stage of life.

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    From forehead furrows to frown lines…

    Performing more than 5 million cosmetic procedures each year, ASDS member dermatologists offer many treatments that are less intense, safer and have quicker recovery times than ever before.

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    3 million Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer every year

    Any suspicious new growths or changes should be examined by a dermatologist immediately. ASDS member dermatologists are trained to select the best treatment choice based on the individual patient.

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    From excess fat to wrinkles…

    Offering a range of office-based cosmetic procedures, ASDS member dermatologists can select the appropriate treatment choice to meet your individual goals.

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Guys, don't be like Paul! (PSA version)

 

 

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Take steps today! 

Find a skin cancer volunteer 

 
 

Watch the full version of the video!

 

Men often overlook the threat of skin cancer, but ASDS member Terrence Keaney, MD, is doing his part to illuminate the risks with this 30-second video.

According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, only 30 percent of men in the U.S. have awareness of skin cancer warning signs. Less than half of men indicated knowledge of how to examine their skin for skin cancer, compared to 59 percent of women.

Take simple precautions to minimize the risk of developing skin cancer:

»  Limit sun exposure in the middle of the day.
»  Use sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30 and with both UVA and UVB protection.
»  Wear a broad-brimmed hat.
 

The message is a serious and potentially life-saving one:

Guys, don’t be like Paul! 

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