Can Facials Help with my Adult Acne?
Acne isn’t just for teenagers. Adult acne affects 25% of adult men and 50% of adult women at some point in their lives. Let’s explore the causes of ...Read More
Could IPL Treatment help with my skin imperfections?
When your skin shows signs of aging or imperfections from injury or environmental effects, it can cause wrinkles, scars, age spots, and discolorations. A non-invasive procedure, called IPL, ...Read More
Is this Skin Cancer?
Skin cancer is the abnormal, uncontrolled growth of skin cells. It can develop on sun-exposed areas of your skin, but can also form on skin areas that aren’t ...Read More
Will Chemical Peels Help My Acne?
Acne and its resulting scars affect not only teenagers, but also adults. Breakouts can continue long into adulthood, making you self-conscious and causing you to look and feel ...Read More
How PRP Therapy Can Help With Hair Loss
Hair loss treatments that use your body’s own regenerative powers are safe, all natural and come with minimal downtimes and mild to no side effects. PRP therapy for ...Read More
Rendon Center Launches New Website
Rendon Center for Dermatology & Aesthetic Medicine, a dermatology clinic serving patients in the Boca Raton area and beyond, is pleased to announce the launch of a brand ...Read More
Skin Cancer: The Facts You Should Know
In the United States, skin cancer remains to be the most prevalent form of cancer affecting our population. But did you know it is also the most treatable? ...Read More
Skin Cancer 101: Melanoma vs. Nonmelanoma
If your dermatologist diagnosis you with skin cancer, it is important to understand the different types and the effects each can have. When most people hear the word ...Read More
What You Should Know About Laser Tattoo Removal Before You Get Inked
Even though tattoos have become more popular and more accepted throughout every sect of society, there are still people who get inked and want the “permanent” art piece ...Read More
Mohs Micrographic Surgery: Before, During & After The Procedure
If you have been diagnosed with basal cell carcinomas or squamous cell carcinomas, two of the most common forms of skin cancer, your dermatologist will more than likely ...Read More