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December 6, 2017

"TheNeighborhoods.org" is an outlet of the City of Detroit to highlight stories from across the city and share them with everyone. They chose to spotlight our very own Dr. Brittany Carter-Snell to understand why she's located her practice in Detroit. Click the video ab...

I was inspired to write this post as I find that providing camouflaging options to my patients are just as important as giving them a treatment plan. Why? Because it is frustrating having to wait for results to happen, and often times stressful when there is a function...

 Dark spots usually get the most attention in dermatology, especially because of the concern for melanoma. Well what about white spots? Should they be of concern?

Today's blog post will review some of the more common white spots I get asked about as a board-certified de...

Back acne, commonly referred to as "bacne", is one condition that gets people into the dermatology office, especially this time of year. The warmer it gets, the more skin we like to show. And everyone deserves to be confident both when facing others and when...

My new Detroit private practice dermatology office has been up and running for a month and a half now. Time certainly flies when you're having fun! Working in my hometown has been such a rewarding experience and I am so grateful for the support of the community, especi...

Have you ever noticed how easy it is for the skin to become sunburned around this time of year? Well, if you're a Detroiter, or living in a similar climate, and haven't taken a vacation in a while, here's why -- Your skin has been hidden under layers of clothing for mo...

I have seen many patients with rosacea, including those with skin of color. Rosacea is usually hereditary with a variety of factors that may exacerbate it. And if mom or dad has the same skin type, the typical blushed appearance of rosacea becomes normalized. Thankfull...

As a dermatologist, many people often ask me how to protect their skin during warm sunny months. The key is sunscreen. It is meant for all skin types, from porcelain white to the deepest mahogany. No skin tone is safe without it! Below are some tips on sunscreen t...

A dermatologist may elect to prescribe oral antibiotics, in addition to topical therapies, for the treatment of acne vulgaris that is moderate to severe, causing scaring, and/or unresponsive to topical therapies alone. However, in an effort to avoid the poten...

As a dermatologist, I find myself emphasizing sun protection because the risk of too much ultraviolet exposure, more often than not, outweighs the benefits. But those benefits should not be ignored. And I'm not just referring to the benefit of Vitamin D. 

For decad...

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