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As the weekend fast approaches, we want to want to take a quick look back for a moment. While it’s important to always be moving (and looking) forward, it’s equally imperative to dwell on the moments in our lives that make a genuine impact.

We (members of Dermatology & Skin Health, and Make Big Change) spent the entirety of last weekend up in Lewiston, Maine participating in the festivities at the Dempsey Challenge.


We're hosting a free Spa Event on October 22nd from 5:30 – 7:00 P.M. in the Skin Health Medi-Spa located here at our offices.


Dermatology and Skin Health is pleased to announce that it is now offering KYBELLATM, the first and only FDA approved non-surgical treatment to reduce unwanted fat beneath the chin.

The addition of this new, breakthrough treatment is particularly exciting for us because it provides a remarkably successful tool for addressing one of the most stubborn and persistent areas for unwanted fat on the body.


It is with great pleasure that we announce our very own Dr. James Campbell as the recipient of the annual Amanda Dempsey Award. Named in honor of Amanda Dempsey, mother of the famous actor Patrick Dempsey, this award recognizes cancer survivors who have shown extraordinary dedication to helping others navigate the challenges associated with this disease. The award will be presented to Dr. Campbell at the annual Dempsey Challenge, the primary fundraising event for The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing. Dr. Campbell will join Dempsey (formerly known as McDreamy from the hit sitcom “Grey’s Anatomy") for a quarter-mile walk following his acceptance of the award.


Dermatology & Skin Health has long been on the frontline of the education, prevention, and combative measures in the eradication of skin cancer. In order to maintain this combative stance, of September 1st, we are so pleased to welcome new Mohs surgeon, Gary Mendese to the team to further our service offerings in the surgical practices linked to ridding patients of diagnosed skin cancers.


Practice MD James Campbell, and PA-C Michelle Roy head to Cape Cod as Part of team Minion Milers to help raise funds and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis research.


Summertime and the living is easy. Easy, if you take care of your skin correctly, that is.


First things first.

Don’t Fry Day has nothing against McDonald’s.

Now that we’ve got that straight, why is this Friday (May 22) Don’t Fry Day?


May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month across the United States. And though it’s nice that a month has been set aside for such an initiative, we all really aught to be taking a more conscious approach to making sure we’re not suffering from such disease. Early intervention is key, and is the recipe for cure. When found early, skin cancer is a very curable entity.

The American Academy of Dermatology has coined the first Monday of May as Melanoma Monday – a day set aside solely for the awareness and education of the deadliest form of skin cancer. So here we are, quickly approaching May 4th: The first Monday in May. Be sure to set aside some time and give yourself a visual exam. Check out those moles. Make sure nothing curious has developed on your skin that you haven’t noticed before.


Coinciding with Melanoma Awareness Month, Dermatology and Skin Health will be offering skin cancer screenings, free of charge, on May 4 and May 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Frisbee Memorial Hospital in Rochester and Wentworth Douglass Hospital in Dover. Call for your 5 minute appointment -  603-740-2818.