Category: The Daily Dose – Page 40 – Colorado Dermatology Institute
North Office: 8580 Scarborough Dr #225, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
South Office: 1220 Lake Plaza Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Menu

The Daily Dose

Daily Do of Dermatology - Title

A Few Tips on Atypical Moles

Video Transcript: So here’s another daily tip from your friendly local dermatologist in Colorado Springs, Colorado. So let’s say you’ve been diagnosed with an atypical mole, and your dermatologist is recommending that it gets removed somehow. Well, what do you do? Well the first thing is, look at our longer videos on what an atypical …

A Few Tips on Atypical Moles Read More »

Heart Tree

Staying True to Your Vision!

“Create a vision and never let the environment, other people’s beliefs, or the limits of what has been done in the past shape your decisions.” – Tony Robbins We have the power to change our selves and sometimes others. Our life experiences can fuel us to grow. Use it to grow and strengthen your vision. …

Staying True to Your Vision! Read More »

What is UV Light?

Video Transcript: So here’s another daily tip from your friendly local dermatologist in Colorado Springs, Colorado. So in a lot of these videos we talked about avoiding ultraviolet light or UV light, and so I get asked the question, well, regularly, what is UV light? And it’s a great question. Do you remember in high …

What is UV Light? Read More »

Concert from Nosebleed Section

Be Excellent to Each Other

It was 1980 something and Bob Seeger and the Silver Bullet Band were putting on a concert in San Antonio, and my spouse and I got tickets – in the nosebleed section. So, I took binoculars. When we arrived in the nosebleed section we discovered that’s also where the bikers were. Aromatic smoke, lots of …

Be Excellent to Each Other Read More »

Daily Do of Dermatology - Title

UV Light Effects on Skin

Video Transcript: So here’s another daily tip from your friendly local dermatologist in Colorado Springs, Colorado. So dermatologists often talk about sunscreens that specifically block the ultraviolet light or the UV light. And why do we do that? Why do we recommend that you have sunscreens that block UV light? And the reason is, is …

UV Light Effects on Skin Read More »

Pin It on Pinterest

Scroll to Top