• What Is Molluscum Contagiosum?
    Molluscum contagiosum is a viral infection that most commonly affects children under 10 years old, that causes hard, raised red bumps known as papules to develop on the skin. These Read more
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  • Treating Lichen Planus
    Lichen planus is an autoimmune disorder that attacks both the skin and mucous membranes inside the mouth. This chronic condition causes flat, itchy reddish-purple bumps to develop on the skin Read more
  • What Is Impetigo?
    Find out more about this common childhood bacterial skin infection and how to treat it. Most people don’t know what impetigo is. Maybe you haven’t even heard of it. This contagious Read more
  • Melanoma risk factors and prevention.
    Risk factors are anything that increases a person’s chance of developing cancer. You may be able to lower your risk by taking preventative steps. Here are a couple of videos melanoma Read more
  • What is “Mohs?”
    Most people hear “Mohs,” and think it’s an acronym. It isn’t. Mohs surgery (technically, “Mohs Micrographic Surgery”) is named after Frederic E. Mohs. He pioneered this state-of-the-art technique. Interestingly, Dr. Peters‘ father, Read more

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