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Do your cheeks get red easily? It could be Rosacea.

Rosacea is a skin disease that normally begins with redness on the nose, cheeks, chin and forehead. People with rosacea may experience: flushing, itching and burning of the skin. Oftentimes the redness and symptoms can […]

Dry Skin Treatments – 3 Ways to Combat Dry Skin

Treat dry skin with these three ingenious yet simple ways. Moisturize – after a warm bath do not completely towel dry your skin. Apply moisturizer first while the skin is still damp to lock in […]

Bedbugs – How Did You Get Them and What To Do About Them!

Bedbugs are small, brown, oval shaped, insects that feed on human blood. They can bite the skin and cause very itchy bumps that look like mosquito bites. Often times bedbug bites are in groups of […]

What is Skin Biopsy?

Sometimes it is not obvious just from looking at the skin what is going on. Possible skin cancers can be diagnosed and the cause of rashes can be determined by taking a sample of the […]

What are Blackheads and Whiteheads and How Do You Treat Them?

Possibly one of the most common skin conditions are blackheads and whiteheads which are also known as comedones. Blackheads and whiteheads are found on the face especially on the nose and chin and may also […]

What is a Skin Check?

A skin check is basically what it is! It is checking are as of the skin to diagnose skin conditions and abnormalities. It is also referred to as a mole check, skin screen or skin […]

What is a Dermatologist?

A dermatologist is a doctor who is trained to treat conditions that affect the skin, nails and hair. He or she is a medical professional that has four years of medical school as well as […]

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Important Announcement

Dear Patients,

Our goal here at The Dermatology of Institute of Boston is protect the health of our patients and staff. To continue caring for our patients during these uncertain times, while strictly adhering to the guidelines set by the CDC, we will be only offering virtual consultations. For some patients, an in person visit is best, but if you feel that your concern could be addressed online, this may be a convenient option for you.

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