Best Defense Against Skin Cancer
Your skin is your body's first line of defense from exposure to the environment. Located on the surface of our body, it is the most susceptible to receive damage from the sun's radiation. Similar to other types of cancer, skin cancer often starts with DNA damage. To safely enjoy the outdoors, we recommend:
Seek shade; avoid the sun between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
Wear light colored, tightly-woven clothes that cover well; wear a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses.
Use Broad Spectrum Sunscreen
Protect your skin by using a physical sunscreen, such as Steppie MD - Infinity UV Defense Sunscreens enriched with anti-oxidants, that provide Broad-Spectrum, SPF 50+ protection from both UVA ("aging rays") and UVB ("burning") rays.
Both stand out from other sunscreens as they are formulated with a superior, pure physical sunscreen - micronized zinc oxide, which leaves a transparent finish while providing up to 50 times your skin's natural protection from sunburn.
Micronized zinc oxide reflects harmful UV rays off the skin compared to chemical sunscreens that absorb UV rays.
Steppie MD - Infinity UV Defense Sunscreens SPF 50+ are for all skin types, gentle on sensitive and acne-prone skin and are available at all 15 Associates in Dermatology locations.
We recommend regular professional skin exams at our Orlando dermatology practice.
DISCLAIMER: The information provided by this site is intended solely for educational purposes. This information is not to be used for medical diagnostic purposes and is not intended to serve as a recommendation for treatment and/or management of any medical/surgical condition. Most of all, this information should not be used in place of a physician or other qualified health provider. If you believe you have a medical condition, please contact your physician immediately.
The staff were great! Sorry I don't recall all names. I found them to be very professional and made the process of "cutting" on my ear pretty relaxing. My only question was that I was prescribed 5 pain pills to cover pain for the next 30 hours, yet was not given a Dr's excuse to miss work the following day. Thus I assume they felt it was ok to go to work under the influence of Hydrocodone :) All in all I would highly recommend the staff and Dr's at the Sand Lake office!
— Patrick A.