Interview with Dr. Robinson

With medical experience spanning the states of Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, and Texas, as well as South Korea, our new dermatologist is well-traveled and extensively experienced in diagnosing and treating both benign and malignant skin conditions. Carolyn A. Robinson, DO, FAAD, is a board-certified dermatologist and fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon. She also loves building furniture and …

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Rhinoplasty FAQ

Rhinoplasty FAQs

The nose is one of the most prominent features on our face. Most individuals feel the size, shape, and alignment of it can complement or take away from the overall look of the face. A rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that involves the permanent reshaping of the nasal structures. It is one of the most …

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Emsculpt Neo: The Latest Body Sculpting Treatment

Non-surgical body sculpting treatments are gaining popularity from those looking to enhance their curves through toning muscles or burning fat. Emsculpt Neo is a game-changer that simultaneously burns fat and stimulates muscle activity for increased strength and size. It is the latest in body sculpting treatments and the only FDA-cleared procedure that can do both. …

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Sexual and urological health in women

Sexual and Urological Health in Women

Body aging, childbirth, and menopause can lead to relaxed pelvic floor muscles and changes in vaginal tissues. The results for many women are urinary incontinence and decreased sexual function. Texas Dermatology is committed to the sexual and urological health of women. Our Viveve and Emsella procedures are non-surgical options to help increase sexual function and …

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Hyperhidrosis: The Sweaty Truth

Sweat is a necessary function that prevents the body from overheating. We sweat when we’re nervous, hot, and after physical activity. For the 15.3 million people with hyperhidrosis, the sweat comes whether the body needs cooling or not. The sweaty truth is hyperhidrosis is more than embarrassing. Thankfully, Texas Dermatology has a solution that can help. Getting …

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Tips for Managing Molluscum Contagiosum

Molluscum Contagiosum is a relatively harmless viral skin condition. It causes round, firm, yet painless bumps to form anywhere on the skin. Anyone can get it, but it is most common in children under ten years old. Within 6 to 12 months, in some cases longer than 12 months, the lesions usually go away on their own, …

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Pregnancy and skincare

Pregnancy and Skincare: What you Should Know

Pregnancy can bring a myriad of changes to your body, like a growing belly and curious cravings. Changes to your skin can also occur due to fluctuating hormone levels. Skin can become drier, acne can appear, and darkening of the skin may occur. These are just some of the more common skin issues pregnant women face. Keep …

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What is a Vascular Malformation?

Vascular malformations can cause cosmetic and functional abnormalities in the veins, blood vessels, capillaries, lymph nodes, and arteries. They are typically present at birth but can also appear days or weeks after. Some vascular malformations occur on the skin and do not require treatment, while others are internal and can lead to severe complications if …

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Do I Need to Start Using Under – Eye Cream?

As we get older, our skin starts to wear and show our age with the onset of fine lines, wrinkles and hollowed features. One of the first places around our face that starts to show signs of aging is our eyes. At Texas Dermatology, we understand that healthy looking skin starts at the very root …

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