Wearing sunscreen, seeking shade, wearing protective clothing, and not using a tanning bed are the best ways to prevent melanoma and other skin cancers! Frequent self skin exams and yearly skin checks with a board-certified dermatologist are the best ways to catch skin cancer early for optimal treatment results!
Flowers are in full bloom! That means stinging insects are all around, here is what to do when/if you get stung: Stay calm. Although most bees usually only sting once, wasps and hornets can sting again. If you are stung, calmly walk away from the area to avoid additional attacks. Remove the stinger. If [...]
Most people don't realize that facial redness that doesn’t go away, bumps and pimples, and irritated eyes are all signs of rosacea. This life-disruptive condition is known to affect more than 16 million Americans and can now be diagnosed with more precision than ever before. April is Rosacea Awareness Month and is used to educate [...]
Welcome Callyn Henry, PA-C!Callyn graduated from the University of Tennessee Chattanooga, with her BS Science in 2008. She proceeded to work as a Medical Assistant in Family Medicine, prior to attending her Physician Assistant Program in 2009. She graduated from LeMoyne college, in 2011 with her MS in Physician Assistant Studies. Callyn is a Board-Certified Physician [...]
Hyperpigmentation is usually not harmful, but can be frustrating. Age spots, liver spots, freckles, sun spots, and "pregnancy mask" are all types of hyperpigmentation.There are several options to treat hyperpigmentation, discuss these with your provider at your next appointment.
Men are receiving Botox now more than ever! Men are prone to heavy lines on their foreheads and drooping brows as they age, so for more masculine and natural appearing results, men should seek out a Board-Certified Dermatologist to see if Botox is right for them!
What is Dermatopathology? Did you know that Dr. Elizabeth Anderson and Dr. Quyn Rahman are both fellowship trained and hold dual board certifications in Dermatopathology?The Association of American Medical Colleges defines dermatopathologists as "having the expertise to diagnose and monitor diseases of the skin including infectious, immunologic, degenerative, and neo-plastic diseases. This entails the examination [...]
Dr. Elizabeth Anderson, Dr. Quyn Rahman, Dr. Adam Wright, and Lindsey Best FNP-BC are proud to announce Anderson and Rahman Dermatology has a new name! We are now Knoxville Institute of Dermatology. Our website is changing to www.dermatologyknoxville.com. If you have any questions please call the office (865) 450-9361 Knoxville Institute of Dermatology Knoxville Office: [...]