Derick Dermatology Donates Shade Structure to Ringwood School Primary Center

Derick Dermatology Donates Shade Structure to Ringwood School Primary Center Arlington Heights, IL, August 8, 2019 — The playground equipment at Ringwood School Primary Center now has built-in sun protection for children thanks to a newly installed, permanent shade structure. Made possible by a generous donation from Derick Dermatology in collaboration with the American Academy…

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What is Volbella and is it for You?

Derick Dermatology has recently started offering Volbella treatments and their patients are loving the results! If you’ve been curious about fillers but haven’t heard about Volbella, here are some facts that just might convince you to make an appointment today. What is Volbella? Volbella in a new injectable filler meant to improve the shape, fullness,…

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Is Earlobe Repair Right For You?

While pierced ears may have started the trend, body piercings are almost as common as tattoos these days. Nose, eyebrow, tongue, lip, or otherwise, almost any body part can be used for ornamentation. Regardless of location, any body piercing can have unpleasant outcomes, including keloids, infections, and allergic reactions, among others. One of the most…

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Treating Dry Winter Skin

Dry skin is part and parcel of our frosty winter months. When we’re outdoors, the cold air has far less humidity than warm air; when we’re indoors, we heat our homes and offices with warm, dry air. Between the two, our skin takes a beating. To combat dry winter skin, try the following tips: Bathing…

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Tracy Campbell, MD

To say that Derick Dermatology is honored to have had this month’s Doctor on board for over four years is an understatement. Board-Certified Dr. Tracy Campbell joined our practice in 2012 and has been an asset ever since. For her undergraduate degree, Dr. Campbell attended Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska where she graduated summa cum…

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When to Worry About a Mole

Mole, beauty mark, or freckle – whatever you might call these dark spots on your skin, it’s often hard to tell if they are simple irregularities or potentially cancerous spots. According to the CDC, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. There are multiple forms of skin cancer: Basal…

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FAQ’s From Our Younger Patients

You can always count on children to stump you with their questions. Sometimes you are stumped because you don’t know the answer, but other times you are stumped because you never dreamed that they would ask such a thing and you have no idea how to respond. Too much information can confuse them (or open…