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Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in people in the US, affecting nearly 5 million Americans each year. The most common types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Both types can become invasive, and can lead to severe health problems, or even death if left untreated. The most effective treatment method for basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma is Mohs surgery. Mohs surgery is a surgical technique which involves the excision of...

Source: Prime Journal Unparalleled results with the world’s first hybrid fractional laser and reversing skin ageing at the genetic level with BBL™ For years, doctors have been faced with choosing between an ablative or non-ablative laser for their practice. Ablative fractional laser skin resurfacing is a well-established treatment that achieves notable results by vaporizing aged tissue while causing significant patient downtime. Alternatively, non-ablative fractional resurfacing treatments tend to heal quicker but do not always meet high patient and physician expectations.  In 2014,...

Drs Christopher and Kate Messana are proud to sponsor and participate in the annual Go Over the Edge for Cancer League of Colorado! ABOUT THE EVENT Descend down 38 stories at the Hyatt Regency Denver - Colorado Convention Center! Simply raise a minimum of $1500 in pledges and rappel down one of Denver’s most prominent skyscrapers.  Whether you are an accomplished climber or a first time rappeller whose only use of a carabiner is as a keychain, this event is a thrill of a...

as dermatologists in Parker, CO - we know a thing or two about Sun Exposure.  Here is an informative article that we found. Source: THE DERMSTORE BLOG written by: Gracee Tolentino If you’ve been reading our blog, then you know how adamant we are about wearing a broad-spectrum sunscreen—not just during summer but all year round. It’s one of the skin care products even the most basic regimen should have—and for good reason: Not only does it protect against UVB, or the ray...