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"Looking Good" Public Service Announcement Video

September 5, 2017
Looking Good Public Service Announcement

An estimated 87,110 new cases of invasive melanoma will be diagnosed in the U.S. in 2017.* Please take a minute to watch this entertaining PSA from the American Academy of Dermatology. It is important to see your dermatologist yearly, and to get in the habit of checking your own skin daily. Call us to schedule...  read more

April is Rosacea Awareness Month

April 5, 2017
Rosy Cheeks

If your “rosy cheeks” have not dissipated with the arrival of Spring, perhaps it is time to call our Lombard location to set up an evaluation with one of our providers. Educate yourself about this chronic condition by making yourself aware of some of the warning signs, courtesy of The National Rosacea Society: Primary Signs...  read more

What is XTRAC laser therapy?

March 9, 2017
xtrac laser therapy

If you suffer from psoriasis, we at Dermatology Associates of LaGrange may have a solution for you. We now offer Xtrac (trademark symbol) laser therapy at both our LaGrange and Lombard locations. Here is more information about XTRAC courtesy of Health Line Highlights This therapy works by penetrating the skin and breaking up the cells...  read more

Join the DERM LAGRANGE team for the RUN FOR KELLI

August 29, 2016
Run for Kelli

Dermatology Associates of LaGrange has created a team for the run for Kelli September 18th 2016. The 3 mile walk will start at 9am and the 1 mile walk begins at 9:30am. Cost of registration is 30.00 per person children under 8 do not need to be registered. As an office we have a fundraising goal...  read more

Melanoma: Now Also a Disease of Young People

October 26, 2015
Young person

Once perceived as a disease primarily affecting middle-aged and older adults, melanoma is rising meteorically in the young.  A recent study of young people from the Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) in Buffalo, NY, found that melanoma incidence in children, adolescents and young adults has shot up by more than 250 percent since 1973, with...  read more