Consumer Corner: Dermatology in the Media

Find out what your patients are seeing and reading about dermatology in the media. Your patients who are seeking answers to dermatology questions and information related to aesthetic treatments may be turning to the mainstream media for information and guidance. By monitoring dermatology in the media, you can be prepared to address the “answers” that they are finding, and be sure you’re available to fill them in on the facts. From MSNBC and CNN to Glamour and Cosmopolitan, we’ll let you know what your patients are learning about indoor tanning, treatments for their rosacea or acne or other dermatologic disorders, as well as aesthetic treatments, such as dermal fillers. By understanding what your patients are reading about dermatology in the media, you’ll be better equipped to treat them and help them follow safe, well-informed, and healthful skin care regimens. Myths and misconceptions abound in pop culture, stay in touch with the portrayal of dermatology in the media to ensure your patients are in the know.


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