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Dermatology

Discover the latest dermatology treatments and techniques to achieve healthy, radiant skin. Improve your skin's condition and address common concerns with expert advice and recommendations.
Description Of Primary Skin Lesions: 1. Macule: A flat, colored lesion, <2 cm in diameter, not raised above the surface of the surrou... Nursing School Tips, Nursing Tips, Nursing Study, Nursing Education, Nursing Notes, Nursing Schools, Lpn Nursing, Acute Nursing, Triage Nursing

Description Of Primary Skin Lesions: 1. Macule: A flat, colored lesion, <2 cm in diameter, not raised above the surface of the surrounding skin. A "freckle" or ephelid, is a prototype pigmented macule. 2. Patch: A large ( > 2 cm) flat lesion with a color different from the surrounding skin. The difference between a macule and a patch is only in size. 3. Papule: A small, solid lesion, < 0.5 cm in diameter, raised above the surface of the surrounding skin and hence palpable. ( e.g a closed…

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Sheima
Nurse Aesthetic, Aesthetic Medicine, Aesthetic Clinic, Botox Fillers, Dermal Fillers, Lip Fillers, Botox Injection Sites, Filler Injection, Microblading

Botox isn't just for frowns and crow's feet anymore. We often see patients in our office who ask for a full facial assessment. They are often shocked to hear that the divots in their chin can be smoothed, or the long strands on their neck that started popping recently out can also be smoothed. The photo below shows common areas we are able to improve with Botox, both on and off-label. Are any of those areas bugging you? The next question we often hear is, "how much will that cost?"

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Katie Jimison

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