Dr. Jason Barr joined Affiliated Dermatology in July, 2006. Dr. Barr received his Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine at Midwestern University, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. His internal medicine internship was completed at Reading Hospital and Medical Center, Reading, Pennsylvania. Dr. Barr completed his dermatology residency at Arizona Desert Dermatology Midwestern University in Kingman, Arizona. Dr. Barr is board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Dermatology. Professional memberships include the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology, the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Osteopathic Association and the American Medical Association.
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Whether you wish to receive treatment for a skin condition or an aesthetic procedure, you can be assured you will be treated with professional and personal care by one of our skin care experts. Please feel free to call us at (480) 556-0446 or leave us a message online using our Contact Us form.
Boosting your confidence is only one of many reasons to consider seeing a dermatologist. You may also have a question or concern about a change that your epidermis has gone through. The appearance of a new mole or blemish can be cause for concern, and visiting a professional can provide you with the insight you need to treat the ailment and calm your concerns. Naturally, not all of the problems you experience will be major. In many cases, you may simply want to know how to better handle acne breakouts or something commonplace.
The epidermis is incredibly complicated. In fact, it is said that every inch of your skin contains roughly 19 million skin cells. What’s more, consistency between your cells can vary greatly. Depending on your lifestyle, you might find that you experience intense dryness in specific parts of your body, while other areas feel oily or greasy.
Why are consistent appointments with dermatologists even more important for people living in Arizona? Arizona is close to the sun (high altitude), close to the equator (low latitude), and has a warm climate all year. High altitude and low latitude mean less atmospheric protection from damaging sun rays (UV radiation). Plus, a warmer climate means more time spent outside year-round with less clothing (protecting your skin. All these factors have the potential to put Arizona residents at higher risk of skin cancer.
No matter the exact conditions of your skin, making an appointment to learn more about Arizona dermatology services can help you create a plan to treat each and every issue that has appeared.
Appropriate skincare begins long before you ever visit a dermatologist and continues well after your appointment ends. Just as you need to exercise your body routinely to get the most out of your physical performance, you also must establish a sensible skincare regimen to keep your epidermis looking and feeling its best. The daily routine you follow is going to be very specific to your skin type, ailments, and other medical factors like allergies. A dermatologist can tell you exactly what steps you need to follow to reach your personal care goals.
Dermatological services and solutions are quite varied. Some treatment options are as simple as a recommendation for which topical creams will produce the best results. In other scenarios, one of our experts may advise medical treatments. With cutting-edge skincare tech like lasers at our disposal, we can provide you with a plan that will directly improve your skin’s look, feel, and health.
While our experts can help you attack direct skin problems and determine appropriate cosmetic care, you also need to treat your epidermis right at all times. A daily routine of cleansing, moisturizing, and toning is absolutely essential to skin that glows. However, other areas of your lifestyle can impact your skin health. From drinking ample water to eating the right foods to sleeping eight hours each night, following the right routine can help you keep your epidermis in the best condition possible while you take advantage of dermatological services.
There are general steps you can follow, such as eating meals that contain the right nutrients for your skin’s health. However, to gain real insight into what routine you should follow, it is important to speak with a dermatologist for an informed opinion.
You should get a full-body skin exam once a year. This is especially true if you have one or more of the following risk factors:
Whether you’ve got a specific ailment you are currently struggling with or you want to learn more about how to keep your skin in the best condition possible, there are several steps you need to consider. To gain perspective on treatment options, set up a consultation with one of the qualified professionals at Affiliated Dermatology. In no time, you’ll be ready to see the healthy skin you deserve.
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41810 N Venture Dr.,
Anthem, AZ 85086
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