• Shining Light on Skin Cancer Awareness Month

    With an estimated 9,500 people diagnosed daily, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Fortunately, it’s also one of the most preventable. May is National Melanoma Skin Cancer Prevention Month, and DeSpain Cayce Dermatology and Medical Spa want to remind our patients how important it is not only to

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  • Genetic Changes May Tell Whether Mole Will Turn Malignant

    It has been reported that researchers are now able to tell if a mole is about turn malignant by looking at its genetic changes. They have reported that sun should be avoided on moles because the Ultraviolet radiation causes genetic mutations that can turn a mole into melanoma. Melanoma is the deadliest type of skin

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  • Who’s Injecting What?

    When considering an injectable treatment for skin aging you have to consider the qualifications and experience of who is doing the injecting, what is being injected and how it’s prepares, as well as injection techniques and expected outcomes. In our practice, only Dr. Cayce or myself inject neurotoxins (such as Botox) and fillers. We have

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