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Low Country Dermatology - Cosmetic Event

Low Country Dermatology will be hosting a Cosmetic Event The event will be help at our office from 1–5:30 pm on Wednesday, September 14, 2016. Representatives from Cutera, Dysport, and Howington Skincare will be at the event to share information and answer…

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SPF 30 Sunscreen Can Protect Us

Living on the Southern shoreline has its advantages, but also comes with the risk of being exposed to dangerous UV rays, resulting in sun damage that is producing higher incidences of skin cancer, also known as melanoma, each year. According…

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Microneedling – Treatment for all Skin Types


If you've been considering a skin rejuvenation treatment, microneedling may be for you. Microneedling can improve collagen production to give you healthy, radiant skin. This treatment is safe and effective for all skin types, works with any skin pigmentation, and…

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Open House Event

April 14th from 1–4pm Low Country Dermatology will be hosting an Open House. We will have skin care representatives for Dysport, laser treatments, and Howington Skincare at our office to answer any questions you may have. We will also have light refreshments, as well…

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Dysport (abobotulinumtoxin A) Event!

Save the Date November 5th from 2–6pm Low Country Dermatology will be having a Dysport (abobotulinumtoxin A) event. The Dysport representative will be on hand at our office to answer any questions. We will also have light refreshments, as well as…

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Possible Cure for Melanoma

With almost 73,870 new cases of melanoma to be diagnosed in 2015, Utah researchers may have found a cure. With this new type of treatment, it uses the persons own immunity to help cure. Please read below for more information:

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Blu-U Light Therapy

Now it’s time to manage the damage.  Low Country Dermatology now introduces Levulan Blu-U Photodynamic Therapy.  This is a convenient way to treat your AKs.  AKs develop as a result of years of sun exposure.  AKs are rough-textured, dry, scaly…

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