How Oral Health Can Affect Skin Health

Generally, oral hygiene doesn’t just stop at the gums and teeth. Just as research shows a relationship between oral health and systemic health, it has also revealed a link between oral health and skin.

Top Three Acne Myths Debunked by a Dermatologist

Acne is one of the most common skin conditions in the United States, affecting up to 50 million Americans annually. This skin condition can affect one’s self-esteem and can prevent them from doing everyday activities.

AffDerm in the News: Do Pimples Pay?

Does teen acne mean better grades? In a recent Emory University study in-part called, “Do Pimples Pay?” acne in teens was associated with higher grades in English, math, social studies, science, a higher GPA, and even more money later on in life. 

AffDerm in the News: How to Help Kids Cope with Acne

The emotional rollercoaster many teens and pre-teens experience can become worse this time of year. Back to school can add stress in a variety of ways: busier schedules, more responsibilities, and social challenges. 

Affiliated Dermatology Offers Acne Treatment & Prevention for Teens & Adults

Acne is the most common skin condition here in the United States and can affect us all; whether you’re a teen or an adult. 

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