Author Interview Podcast: Projective Personification Approach to the Experience of People With Acne and Acne Scarring

Author Interview Podcast: Jerry Tan, MD, of Healthy Image Centre and JAMA Dermatology Web Editor Ade Adamson, MD, MPP, discuss "Projective Personification Approach to the Experience of People With Acne and Acne Scarring—Expressing the Unspoken." Listen Here

Author Interview Podcast: Projective Personification Approach to the Experience of People With Acne and Acne Scarring2022-08-16T19:07:21+00:00

We offer BOTOX ® (onabotulinum toxin A) and XEOMIN® (incobotulinum toxin A)

We offer BOTOX ® (onabotulinum toxin A) and XEOMIN® (incobotulinum toxin A). In aesthetic practices, these medicines are used to weaken facial muscles activity that may lead to dynamic facial lines and wrinkles. Dr. Tan introduced BOTOX ® for aesthetic purposes to Windsor-Essex in 1996 and has trained multiple injectors in its proper use. He [...]

We offer BOTOX ® (onabotulinum toxin A) and XEOMIN® (incobotulinum toxin A)2022-05-10T11:15:34+00:00

An Update on Diagnosis and Management of Rosacea

An Update on Diagnosis and Management of Rosacea Declaration: Dr Tan is a member of the expert committee of the National Rosacea Society and the chair of the global rosacea study committee (ROSC0). His conflicts of interest with industry as an advisor, consultant and speaker are listed on this slide: [...]

An Update on Diagnosis and Management of Rosacea2021-02-24T23:15:07+00:00

Acne scarring: an update inclusive of our research

Acne scarring: an update inclusive of our research More than half of those with acne can also develop acne scars. Acne scars can be seen across the spectrum of acne severity. Acne scars are defined as those developing from preceding acne and that are due to loss or increased skin volume. They do not refer [...]

Acne scarring: an update inclusive of our research2021-01-11T21:49:23+00:00

Top 10 Ways To Prevent Skin Cancer

1. Sunscreen Early and Often Daily use of a broad-spectrum sunscreen of at least SPF (sun protection factor) 30 is recommended. Sunscreen won’t be fully effective until it is absorbed into the skin, which typically takes about 30 minutes. When outside, sunscreen should be reapplied every two hours, especially to commonly missed spots such as [...]

Top 10 Ways To Prevent Skin Cancer2020-07-16T15:28:06+00:00

Dr. Tan – the Dermatologist of the Year

  Dr. Tan was in Calgary on June 30th, where he received The Dermatologist of the Year Award from the Canadian Skin Patient Alliance. Dr. Tan was honoured with the award at the Canadian Dermatology Association’s annual conference. The award was presented in recognition of his work in supporting the goals of the Acne and […]

Dr. Tan – the Dermatologist of the Year2019-09-10T23:32:13+00:00

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