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Dr. Vegas Monthly Blog From the desk of Dr. H.L. Greenberg In April of this year I gave an internal medicine grand rounds lecture to the medicine residents of UNLV on, “Skin Cancer” and May 21st, I will be speaking to the Philippine Nurses Association of Nevada on, “Skin Cancer in the Desert”.  May is […]

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Go For It in 2016 with LV Derm

Dr. Vegas Monthly Blog Dermatology notes from Dr. H.L. Greenberg Whatever you are you waiting for, now is the time to go for it!  I can’t believe how fast 2015 went and how quickly 2016 has started.  Without actively deciding what you want and how to achieve it, 2016 will pass you by and your […]

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What is Mohs Surgery?

Mohs Micrographic surgery is one of the most effective and definitive ways to treat skin cancer. Named after surgeon Frederic Mohs who invented the Mohs Surgery Technique, Mohs surgery involves removing tumor, examining that tumor under the microscope and continuing the process in office until the tumor is completely excised. Sometimes, the procedure takes a […]

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“So Bronze” is great!

The Make Up Minute. “So Bronze” is a great bronzer for every skin type.  With added potent antioxidant protection from the pomegranate extract, it also functions as a natural preservative.  “So Bronze” comes in 3 different shades to match everyone’s natural undertone.  Bronzer is great to apply on the cheeks, nose, chin, and the forehead […]

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# Protect and #Prevent

Beauty Blog From the Aesthetician’s Desk Summer months bring sunshine, carefree longer days and overall feelings of happiness, but for your skin it’s a different story.  High temperatures well into the 100s’ in the Las Vegas desert heat can dry out skin and cause excess oil production, add that with over exposure from the sun […]

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Confused on which sunscreen to buy? There are two different types of sunscreens: physical and chemical. Physical sunscreens are made up of titanium dioxide and zinc oxide. Physical screens work by blocking the sun’s rays from the skin. Chemical sunscreens work by absorbing the sun’s rays altering the character of the screen. You should wait 20 minutes after applying your sunscreen before going out in the sun with a chemical sunscreen, allowing the screen time to absorb. Always apply sunscreen prior to being outdoors, and re-apply if you will be outside for longer than 2 hours or if you go swimming. ... See MoreSee Less

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