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The Vampire Facelift

27 Feb 2018 Posted by Johns Creek Dermatology in Skin Care Procedure

Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Shereen Timani, at Johns Creek Dermatology, is excited to offer her patients the Vampire FaceLift®. Dr. Timani is one of a limited number of providers who have been made privy to the trade secrets of this trademarked procedure. Each designated provider completes an…

5 Tips for Healthy Skin

24 Jan 2018 Posted by Johns Creek Dermatology in Skin Care Tips

Don’t have time for intensive skin care? You can still pamper yourself by acing the basics. Good skin care and healthy lifestyle choices can help delay natural aging and prevent various skin problems. But first it’s important to understand what damages the skin and why….

Pediatric psoriasis: triggers and treatment

14 Nov 2017 Posted by Johns Creek Dermatology in Skin Conditions

Pediatric psoriasis is a skin disease that can affect young people. It causes dry, itchy patches on the skin, with mild and sometimes moderate symptoms. This disease is not contagious, though it can be associated with some serious physical conditions. Nearly 40% of those with pediatric psoriasis display…

PRP treatments for skin and hair

25 Oct 2017 Posted by Johns Creek Dermatology in Injectables

PRP Treatments for Skin and Hair Offer Natural, Promising Results Many people are excited to hear that we don’t just treat skin issues here at Johns Creek Dermatology and Johns Creek Family Medicine. We also offer solutions for addressing hair loss at Johns Creek Family…

How to care for your toenails

31 Aug 2017 Posted by Johns Creek Dermatology in Preventive Healthcare

Tips for Caring for Your Toenails Toenails may not seem like a glamorous topic to discuss. However, your nails actually play an important role in your appearance and health. Many people from South Forsyth, Gwinnett, North Fulton counties and areas surrounding North Atlanta come to…

Eczema news: take a break; stress can aggravate eczema

20 Jun 2017 Posted by Johns Creek Dermatology in Skin Conditions

The National Eczema Association estimates that 31.6 million people in the US suffer from mild, moderate, or severe eczema/atopic dermatitis symptoms. Researchers continue to pursue answers to the age-old question, “Is eczema an immune disorder or a skin barrier defect?” Recent clinical trials point to…