Benefits of Injectables: What Can They Do for You

Injectables are a great non-invasive option to address signs of aging including wrinkles, fine lines, jowls, and loss of volume. They can also be used for refreshing your look, a less worried or tired appearance, smoother-looking skin, and improved confidence.
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Door County Medical Center Announces Relationship with the Wisconsin Institute of Plastic Surgery and Dermatology

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We are thrilled to announce an exciting relationship between the Door County Medical Center and the esteemed Wisconsin Institute of Plastic Surgery and Dermatology! This collaboration brings together the expertise of Double Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Tina Sauerhammer and her highly skilled team of Dermatology Physician Assistants, Megan MacCarthy and Colleen Van Egeren.
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11 Winter Tips for Healthy Skin

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The winter months bring holidays, time with family, and good food. They also bring strong winds and cold temperatures that can wreak havoc on your skin. Cold weather is known to dry out the skin and lead to redness, irritation, and flaking.
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10 Common Skin Conditions and How to Treat Them

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If you have breakouts, itchy rashes, or redness, you may be struggling with a skin condition. Skin conditions are more common than you may think, affecting both men and women of any age. Because of their prevalence, it can be helpful to learn more about ten of the most common skin conditions and how to treat them.
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Everything To Know About Managing Rosacea

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Redness, irritation, and swelling are just some of the most prevalent symptoms of rosacea. When you have rosacea symptoms, you may look everywhere for relief. Since rosacea is a chronic condition, it requires ongoing management.
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7 Steps to Prevent Skin Cancer

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Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer, with more than 9,000 people diagnosed in the United States every day. Skin cancer can affect anyone at any point throughout their life. It is often linked to sun exposure, which can increase your risk of melanoma and other forms of skin cancer.
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9 Questions I Should Ask My Skincare Specialist During a Consultation

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One of the best ways to preserve the health of your skin is to ensure routine check-ups with your dermatology provider. In fact, Megan MacCarthy PA-C and Colleen VanEgeren PA-C of the Wisconsin Institute of Plastic Surgery encourage you to come in for an annual check-up, allowing them a chance to take a look at your skin and suggest potential changes to your skincare regimen. When you meet any skincare specialist, you should feel empowered to ask plenty of questions about the state of your skin.
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What Causes Adult Acne?

Acne is often something we relate to changing hormones during our teen years. While it is true that acne is most common between the ages of twelve and twenty-four, many are surprised to find out that adults can struggle with acne as well. ...
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6 Tips for Preventing Acne

If you are dealing with active acne breakouts, you are hardly alone. Acne is an incredibly common skin condition, affecting as many as 50 million people in the U.S. alone....
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What Should I Expect from a Skin Cancer Screening?

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, one out of five Americans will develop skin cancer at some point in their life. That makes skin cancer the most common of all cancers, and something that is worth monitoring throughout your adult life....
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