Houston Location

Suzanne Bruce and Associates, PA
1900 Saint James Place #600
Houston, TX 77056
Phone: (713) 850-0240
Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. (Cosmetic Services Only)

Category Archives: Medical Dermatology

4 Ways To Manage Rosacea Naturally

4 Ways To Manage Rosacea Naturally

Rosacea affects approximately 45 million people around the world. Despite how common the condition is, 76% of patients report suffering from low self-esteem as a result of facial redness. Although the first line of defense should always involve visiting a dermatologist, natural remedies can help reduce the appearance of rosacea in addition to medical treatment. Try these four natural approaches…

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The Ultimate Guide To Rosacea

Women With Rosacea

What Is Rosacea?  Rosacea is a skin condition that affects men and women, usually diagnosed in adulthood. It can more commonly affect lighter skin tones, but patients with skin of color are also affected. Symptoms can include: skin sensitivity, facial redness, dilated blood vessels, easy flushing/blushing, pimple-like spots, eye sensitivity, and skin thickening – but this last symptom is rare. …

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Top 4 Dermatologist Recommended Treatments For Psoriasis

Top 4 Dermatologist Recommended Treatments For Psoriasis

By Dr. David Powell Psoriasis is a common condition in the US with nearly 3 million cases annually. If you are wondering if you may be one of those, the first sign would be a rash on the skin. That rash can grow larger and develop scaly dry skin on top, especially when left untreated. This common disease varies significantly…

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Annual Skin Checks, Necessary or Not? Covered by Insurance?

Annual Skin Checks are a MUST.

By David Powell, MD New patients are often surprised when I let them know that annual skin screenings are actually a thing, and more importantly that they should be participating – ANNUALLY. Skin cancer has been on the rise and is the 5th most common type of cancer, lucky for all of us its completely treatable if caught early. As…

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