Incorporating Skin Cancer Awareness Month in Your Patient Communication

Skin Cancer Awareness Month is here! As we discussed in our recent post, this is a chance to spread awareness and education on skin cancer prevention and the importance of regular screenings. Hosting free screenings and other awareness events are great ways to participate. But if you’re looking for an additional way to educate and…

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Should You Add or Increase Cosmetic Dermatology Services?

Cosmetic dermatology continues to be a growing market. Each year, advances in products, techniques and procedures are made to give patients more effective, accessible results than before. Services ranging from injections to skin rejuvenation and laser hair removal or treatment of leg veins have become increasingly popular. If you focus on cosmetic services or have…

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Skin Cancer Awareness Month Is Almost Here

As you probably know, May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month – a time to spread awareness and education on skin cancer prevention and the importance of regular screenings. With May right around the corner, do you have skin cancer awareness built into your upcoming marketing, advocacy or PR plans? Participating in Skin Cancer Awareness Month…

Study Shows Face Masks Can Worsen Rosacea

Even though patients with rosacea have access to more improved treatments than ever before, the National Rosacea Society (NRS) reports that many still struggle with this condition and/or are receiving treatment that may not be best suited for their specific needs. Currently more than 16 million Americans are dealing with rosacea. The NRS has designated…

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VitalSkin Dermatology Renovates Support Office in Urbana, IL

We’ve recently completed initial renovations on our Support Office in Urbana, IL. This was a multi-million dollar interior and exterior investment for the 40,000 square foot facility. “After months of construction, we’re thrilled that our initial Support Office renovations are complete. Since moving in the Kenyon Rd. facility in 2019, it’s been a goal to…

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