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How Does Botox® Work?

You may be wondering, how does Botox® work? Many people often hear about Botox® treatments in the news when the latest Hollywood celebrity recently had the procedure done. However, many of people other than celebrities receive Botox® treatments. In fact, Botox® is the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment, with over 6.7 million procedures administered each year.

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Are You Looking For a Dermatologist in Brentwood? (We’ve Got You Covered!)

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Vujevich Dermatology Associates has provided care to Western Pennsylvania for almost 50 years. We’ve been serving patients from our Mt. Lebanon and Washington dermatology offices, and now we’re pleased to announce our third location coming to Brentwood! The new office will open on June 4, 2018 and we’ll be providing our full range of medical and surgical dermatological services.

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Does Keratosis Pilaris Itch? (Hint: Yes, it Does)


If you find yourself suffering from itchy bumps that resemble goose pimples on your skin, there’s a chance you may have a condition known as keratosis pilaris. The name may sound rather scary, but keratosis pilaris is more common than you might think. In fact, it is one of the many pediatric skin conditions dermatologists treat. Although, the condition is relatively benign, keratosis pilaris does itch, which can lead it to be quite annoying or irritating for most people.

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Kybella Treatment for Double Chins


Commonly referred to as a double chin, submental fullness can be stubborn and refuse to leave, regardless of changes in diet and exercise. It can be stubborn and refuse to leave regardless of changes in diet and exercise. Kybella is an injectable treatment option that avoids surgery and has proven to be successful for patients.

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Surprising Uses of Botox®

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After its FDA approval in 2002 for treatment of frown lines, Botox® has become a widely recognized term and is most commonly known for its aesthetic dermatology uses like reducing fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and forehead. However, Botox® has many FDA-approved uses that most do not realize. Read on for uses of Botox® that could be used to treat a condition you are facing.

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5 Ways to Protect Against Skin Cancer

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Did you know that 1 in 5 Americans will develop some form of skin cancer during their lifetime? Basal cell carcinoma is the most common kind of skin cancer, with more than 4 million diagnoses a year; squamous cell carcinoma is the second most common skin cancer, with more than 1 million diagnoses a year. Melanoma accounts for only about 1% of skin cancers, but is the most deadly. By its nature, skin cancer can develop almost anywhere on the body, but there are certain areas where it’s more likely to appear. For example, nonmelanoma skin cancers often affect the head and neck due to sun exposure.

The good news is, there are many things you can do to protect against skin cancer. Here are some of the best ways to stay safe:

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