The doctors and medical staff at Pennsylvania Centre for Dermatology are dedicated to sharing knowledge with their patients and the community. Here they offer their insights on the latest in medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology.
Dr. Crawford’s Practical Tips on Sun Avoidance and Protection
In recognition of May as Melanoma Awareness Month, this month’s blog article will focus on some of our practical tips on sun avoidance and protection (the most important measure you can take to reduce the… Read More
New Study Shows that a Vitamin Can Help Prevent Skin Cancer
By Glen Crawford, M.D. and Camille E. Introcaso, M.D. When it comes to vitamins, there are no shortage of opinions about the potential benefits. However, very few studies have been conducted to prove their clinical… Read More
Facing (and Fixing!) Summer Sun Damage with Pennsylvania Centre for Dermatology
By Camille E. Introcaso, M.D. and Glen Crawford, M.D. Fall is here! Like many of you, we at PCD are shaking the sand out of our shoes, getting our kids back to school, and looking… Read More
What Should I Know About the HPV Vaccine?
Camille E. Introcaso, M.D. Here’s a scenario to consider: you are in the pediatrician’s office with your pre-teen son or daughter. The doctor tells you that it is time for your child to get the… Read More
Dermatology and the LGBTQ Community
Pennsylvania Centre for Dermatology (PCD) is dedicated to serving the needs of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and non-gender conforming community members with integrity and excellence. For our GSM (gender and sexual minorities) patients,… Read More
It’s Sandal Season! Safety Tips for Salon Pedicures and Manicures
Visiting a salon and leaving with attractive, clean, and freshly polished finger and toenails can be a great way to kick off vacation, to celebrate a special event, or just to make you feel good.… Read More
Dr. Crawford’s Top Recommendations for Patients Who Have Eczema
Eczema (pronounced eg-zuh-MUH) is one of the most common skin conditions that we see in our practice. The term “eczema” is derived from a Greek word that means “to boil over”, and describes a spectrum of… Read More