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William S. Ketcham, M.D.
Cathy M. Poole, FNP, DNCP
Crystal R. Thornton, FNP
Shelley K. Bunting, FNP
Lenore "Lee" Henry, LC, CMA
Serving Garner, Raleigh,
Cary, Smithfield, Clayton
and surrounding areas
919-772-3487
Serving Cary, Garner, Clayton and Fuquay-Varina
919-772-3487

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What's Causing Your Acne?

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Acne effects roughly 50 million people in the U.S. each year, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. So if you're experiencing more than a mild blemish here or there, you aren't alone. Even though acne can be more than annoying, dermatologists have plenty of treatment options. Before your appointment, taking some time to familiarize yourself with the condition and some of the possible causes can help to smooth the process and make understanding what the doctor is saying easier.

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Laser Tattoo Removal: The Importance of Considering All That's Involved

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If you've grown to dislike a tattoo that you’ve been carrying around on your skin, it is possible to get it removed. The procedure can be uncomfortable, but the risk of adverse side effects is low. However, it's important to get the answers to several key questions before making a final decision.

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4 Harmful Misconceptions That Can Damage Your Skin

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Unfortunately, even though your skin is the most visible organ in—and on—your body, many people still do not fully understand it. There are some common misconceptions about skin care that end up causing more harm than good.

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Crusty Skin Patches? You May Have Actinic Keratosis

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Do you have crusty, rough patches of skin that measure an inch or less in diameter? These patches may be flat or slightly raised, and the surface may feel hard and wart like. Though there are many possible causes of dry, rough skin patches, one distinct possibility is that you're suffering from a condition known as actinic keratosis. Since this condition can develop into cancer if left untreated, it's important that you seek diagnosis and treatment from a dermatologist.

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