A. Perri Dermatology BlogHealth Category
Posted Fri, Feb 07, 2020
The truth is that anyone in Spring can get skin cancer. Male, female, light skin, dark skin, old skin, young skin. It truly does not discriminate.
Posted Wed, Feb 05, 2020
Has a small, itchy bump recently appeared on one of your fingers? You might have a wart. Warts are very common skin conditions caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and usually appear somewhere on the hands or feet.
Posted Mon, Jan 13, 2020
If you find yourself with a questionable mole, lump, or other growth on your skin, it may be necessary to perform a skin cancer biopsy. The Woodlands and Conroe patients often want to know more about the procedure
Posted Mon, Jan 06, 2020
Do you know the top 10 risk factors of skin cancer? Like many Spring residents who visit Dr. Perri for an annual skin cancer screening, you may be shocked to learn that you have several risk factors and don’t even know it. To better educate you ...
Posted Fri, Dec 27, 2019
Dr. Perri’s Conroe patients have mole removal for both cosmetic reasons, and for skin cancer concerns. Often, they are concerned about the mole growing back.
Posted Mon, Nov 18, 2019
Most people in Spring are familiar with warts, but don’t understand what causes them—or the fact that they are contagious.
Posted Wed, Nov 13, 2019
With over 2 million new cases of skin cancer being diagnosed every year, it’s no surprise that getting checked is on a lot of people’s minds.
Posted Wed, Oct 23, 2019
While many Woodlands residents think of acne as a problem that pre-teens and teens experience, the truth is, adults can have acne, too.
Posted Mon, Aug 19, 2019
Have you noticed small bumps on your skin, that are often flesh-colored, white or yellow? If so, it’s likely that you are experiencing a very common skin condition called sebaceous hyperplasia.
Posted Tue, Jun 25, 2019
While it’s always important to have an annual skin cancer screening, in between your appointments with Spring dermatologist Dr. Perri, skin cancers may show telltale signs that something isn’t right.
Posted Wed, Jun 12, 2019
Have you noticed a new, small, red mole or growth on your body, and are wondering what it is? The name that dermatologists use for these growths is cherry angiomas.
Posted Mon, May 20, 2019
Let’s be honest – even though you may already know that warts are harmless in most cases, you still don’t want to go around with one on your body.
Posted Wed, May 01, 2019
Chances are, you’ve heard of or at least seen a picture of someone with rosacea. This chronic, inflammatory skin condition affects approximately 14 million Americans – and the condition only gets worse if left untreated.
Posted Wed, Apr 24, 2019
Many Spring residents have moles on their bodies, but they don’t know what type of moles they have. This can be a dangerous scenario.
Posted Mon, Apr 08, 2019
A skin cancer screening can save your life – literally. According to the American Academy of Dermatology Association, 9,500 Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer every single day.
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