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Medical Dermatology:

Skin Cancer
Mole removal
Pigmentation Concerns
Nail Disorders
Hair/Scalp disorders
Skin tag removal

    Cosmetic Dermatology:

    Botox ©
    Dermal Fillers
    Sclerotherapy (leg veins)
    Kybella ©
    Sun Damage Treatments
    Chemical Peels
    Light treatments

    The Latest

    August 18, 2017Articles

    BOTOX: What to Expect

    How It Works: Neurotoxins are used on various areas on the face and neck, to give our skin a refreshed and youthful look. The muscles of facial expression or softened, which is turn allows etched lines and wrinkles to fade away, giving...

    July 21, 2017Articles

    Putting on Your Products

    You are armed with a premium set of skin care bottles, ready to win beautiful skin. But which goes on first? Is it OK if they mix? Some simple rules of thumb: Serum First If you are using any type of serum (often antioxidants are...

    May 4, 2017Articles

    Applying Retinoids

    At West Oak Dermatology, Dr. Gant often prescribes prescription topical retinoids to treat the signs of skin aging. Topical retinoids help skin cells turn over to expose new, fresh skin cells and revitalize the looks and feel of the...

    April 18, 2017Articles

    Kissing Frogs Not Required: Warts

    Warts are a common problem for both children and adults. We see them more commonly in children, but any age can be affected. Common warts are causes by a type of HPV (Human Papillomavirus), which does not carry a risk of cancer. The...

    March 15, 2017Articles

    I Got Sunburned! Now What?

    Your forgot to reapply after that first dip in the ocean. Three hours later you head inside and realize the heat is coming in with you, in the form of a sunburn! The horror! What now? Pain Control: The first word? Ouch! Your skin is...

    October 12, 2016Articles

    4 Keys to Clear Teenage Acne

    Acne is a problem that plaques the majority of teenagers at one point or another. The distress and frustration of the patient and parent are palpable when I walk into the exam room. There are a few main points that I like to make sure...