Olumiant for Pediatric Alopecia

Alopecia areata is a common autoimmune disease in which the body attacks its own hair follicles. This leads to bald spots and sometimes total baldness. Alopecia affects about 6.7 million people in the U.S. (160 million worldwide.) Although alopecia can occur at any age, 65% of those affected experience symptoms before the age of 16. … Read more

7 Facts You Might Not Know About Vitiligo

7 facts you might not know about vitiligo. Read the list in our latest blog.

The skin condition vitiligo is something that many people have heard of, but some people may not know much about it. Vitiligo occurs when a person’s immune system attacks the body’s cells which are responsible for the production of color in our skin, hair, and eyes, called melanocytes. When these cells are attacked and destroyed, … Read more

Pros and Cons of Juvéderm, Restylane and RHA Fillers

Pros and Cons of Juvederm, Restylane and RHA Fillers. Learn more in our latest blog.

Are you considering injectable or dermal fillers to help enhance your appearance? You’re not alone. Access to the best non-surgical treatments has drastically changed, making it possible for many women and men alike to improve their looks through cosmetic enhancements such as fillers. In this blog, we’re discussing the pros and cons of the popular … Read more

Your Intro to All Things HALO

You r intro to all things HALO. Get the full scoop in our latest blog.

When it comes to trending treatments in dermatology that help with the appearance of aging, HALO is definitely at the top of the list. Using laser technology, HALO is able to stimulate your body’s natural healing response which helps to eliminate years of damage to your skin. Although this new treatment option is widely known … Read more

An Introduction to EMFACE – Dermatology’s New, Non-Invasive Facial Contouring

An Introduction to Emface: Dermatology’s New, Non-Invasive Facial Contouring

BTL is the company responsible for pioneering many advancements in the world of aesthetics and physiotherapy. They are also responsible for creating one of the most exciting innovations currently in facial treatments: EMFACE. In today’s blog, we’re giving you a full introduction to this new, non-invasive facial contouring in dermatology. What is EMFACE? EMFACE is a … Read more

Allergy Patch Testing VS. Prick Testing: Which is Best?

Allergy Patch Testing VS. Prick Testing. Which is best? Learn more in our latest blog.

It’s a very common thing to have a stuffy nose and watery eyes and blame it on the season changes. Or to always feel uneasy after eating certain foods and chalk it up to just needing to ease up on the cheese. However, these are signs from our bodies that an allergy could be occurring.  … Read more

Treat Your Alopecia Areata with Olumiant

Studies conducted by Texas dermatology help to aid in FDA-approval of treatment for Alopecia Areata: Olumiant! Read more in our latest blog!

Although you may not be familiar with the name, alopecia areata is a very common autoimmune disease affecting almost 300,000 people in the U.S. annually. Alopecia areata causes the body to attack its own hair follicles, thus leading to hair loss and bald spots. This phenomenon usually occurs on the scalp and face but is … Read more

Opzelura: A Breakthrough Topical in Dermatology

Opzelura: An FDS-approved breakthrough eczema treatment. Read our blog to learn more about opzelura and the trials Texas Dermatology was involved in to help it get approved.

Here at Texas Dermatology, one of our favorite ways to contribute to the medical field is by conducting clinical trials meant to aid the advancement of medicine. What makes this more exciting is when a drug we’ve personally tested is approved by the Food and Drug Administration and made accessible to the public. A great … Read more

November is National Hyperhidrosis Month!

November is National Hyperhidrosis Month

November is National Hyperhidrosis Month – Let’s talk about sweat. Unfortunately for us at times, sweating is an involuntary, daily part of the human experience. Sweating is actually a very positive thing as it’s your body’s way of keeping you from overheating by regulating your body temperature. On top of cooling your body down, sweating … Read more

All About Acne: Types, Triggers, and When to See a Professional

All about acne

Around 50 million Americans are affected by acne each year, which means some of you reading this blog may be dealing with it. Since June is Acne Awareness Month, we’re going back to the basics of acne and talking about the types, triggers, and when to see a professional. Acne Types Acne occurs when the … Read more