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What Is Psoriasis?
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Psoriasis is a skin condition that produces thick, bumpy, red patches of skin with silvery scales. Most cases of psoriasis affect your scalp, knees, elbows, and lower back, though they can appear just about anywhere on your body. Psoriasis outbreaks are commonly triggered by cuts, scrapes, surgery, stress, and infections. While there isn’t a cure for psoriasis yet, there are many effective treatment options for people who are living with this condition.

#psoriasis #rash #SaltLakeCity
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Happy Valentine’s Day! 💕
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This Valentine’s Day, start with you. Instead of buying a sweet treat, practice your cooking skills with a homemade meal. Cooking at home is a great way to control your ingredients and how much you eat, to support heart health. Love yourself this Valentine’s Day with mindful eating and delicious food!

#ValentinesDay2019 #HappyValentinesDay #SaltLakeCity #HolladayUT
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What Facial Wrinkles Are Treated With Botox?
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At Holladay Dermatology Clinic we understand that wrinkles can put a damper on your appearance, causing you to look perpetually tired or unhappy. However, you don’t have to live with these wrinkles forever; Botox treatments like those administered by Dr. Robert Topham can make you look and feel years younger than your wrinkles would have you believe. Botox injections can be used to treat dynamic wrinkles like crow’s feet, frown lines, forehead furrows, bunny lines, and neck bands.

#Botox #dermatology #SaltLakeCity

If you're interested in aesthetic Botox treatments, give us a call at (385) 205-5729 to book a consultation with Dr. Topham.
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Rosacea Diagnosis and Treatment
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There currently isn’t a test available to verify the presence of rosacea, so most diagnoses are dependent upon your doctor’s observations and your self-reported symptoms. Your doctor may perform other tests to make sure that your symptoms aren’t occurring due to other health conditions like acne, psoriasis, eczema, or lupus. If you have rosacea, your doctor may prescribe medications, topical ointments, oral antibiotics, or isotretinoin that can help mitigate your symptoms. They may also recommend laser therapies, dermabrasion, and intense pulsed light therapy to help treat your condition.

#rosacea #skincondition #SaltLakeCity
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It’s World Cancer Day
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World Cancer Day unites people around the world in the fight against cancer, and raises awareness about the global cancer epidemic.

You can lower your risk of cancer by eating healthy, staying fit, and avoiding tobacco. Following recommended screening guidelines can also help detect certain cancers early.

#WorldCancerDay #CancerAwareness #Cancer
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What Is Eczema?
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Eczema is a condition that produces dry and itchy skin that comes and goes. It’s believed that factors like your genetics, asthma, allergies, or even where you live can make you more likely to develop eczema. Triggers like sweating, soaps, scratchy clothing, dust, cleaning products, fruit juices, illnesses, and animal dander can all exacerbate your symptoms of eczema.

#eczema #dermatology #SaltLakeCity
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6 Benefits of Non-invasive Procedures
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At Holladay Dermatology we provide many non-invasive or minimally invasive treatments for wrinkles, age spots, body contouring, and much more. Non-invasive and minimally invasive procedures are preferable to surgical options that require long recovery times, leave you in pain, and put you at risk of developing a post-operative infection. Non-invasive procedures have lower costs, fewer risk of complications, and a lower risk of post-operative scarring.

#dermatology #skincare #WestJordan

If you’re interested in learning more about the non-invasive procedures offered at Holladay Dermatology Clinic in Salt Lake City, Utah, give us a call at (801) 272-4408.
Robert B. Topham, MD
Robert B. Topham, MD
holladaydermatology.com
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What You Need to Know About Foot Blisters
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A blister is a pocket of fluid that can develop anywhere on your body. Blisters are most commonly caused by burns, infections, insect bites, or excessive friction. Foot blisters on your feet can make simple, everyday tasks like walking, exercising, or standing more difficult. Foot blisters are typically caused by friction, ill-fitting footwear, excessive perspiration, and long periods of standing or physical activity. You can also develop foot blisters because of sunburn, frostbite, allergic reactions, chemical exposure, infections, and eczema.

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Caring for Dry Skin
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Even if you have dry skin, it’s still important to keep your skin clean. Washing your face helps to remove makeup, bacteria, dead skin cells, oil build up, and dirt that accumulates throughout the day. If you have dry skin, you should wash your face with a gentle soap-free cleanser that leaves your face feeling soft and refreshed. After washing, you should pat, rather than rub, your face dry because your face can benefit from the remaining moisture. Additionally, you should moisturize your skin daily with a fragrance-free cream or oil.

#skincare #dermatology #BountifulUT
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What Is Contact Dermatitis?
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Contact dermatitis is a condition that can cause an uncomfortable rash with accompanying symptoms like dry skin, scaly skin, hives, blisters, redness, and itching or burning sensations. Many cases of contact dermatitis are caused by coming into contact with harsh foreign substances like bleach, acids, soaps, and detergents while allergic contact dermatitis can be caused by jewelry, latex gloves, perfumes, cosmetics, skin care products, poison ivy, or poison oak.

#contactdermatitis #rash #SaltLakeCounty
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