Your skin, the body’s largest organ, is the only thing standing between you and the world around you. Its importance as a human vessel, is represented in our daily vernacular by phrases such as “having a thick skin”, “skin in the game”, “getting under your skin” and perhaps most importantly “feeling good in your own skin”. No matter how you skin it, the skin you’re in serves as vital protection and an expression of the state of your inner and outer well-being.
At Cheyenne Skin Clinic, we believe that you are the arbiter of your own health, well-being and self esteem. In this blog, we will share our experience and skin health knowledge so that you might become an empowered patient. If you have trusted information at your finger tips, you may be able to identify nagging skin conditions that may easily be cured with the help of an expert, possibly ending or preventing years of unnecessary suffering. More seriously, this information may activate warning bells in your head about skin conditions that may need immediate attention from a dermatologist.
Please follow the “Continue to Blog” link for helpful information on obtaining healthy, beautiful skin.
Sandra Surbrugg, M.D., Board Certified Dermatologist
Julie Neville, M.D., Board Certified Dermatologist
Kathleen Thomas, M.D., Board Certified Pediatrician
DISCLAIMER—The provided information is not an attempt to treat or cure. Self diagnosis and self treatment without proper evaluation and supervision by a medical and/or skin care expert can be dangerous and is strongly advised against. For assistance in diagnosing and treating a skin condition, please call the Cheyenne Skin Clinic at 307-635-0226 to schedule an appointment with a board-certified dermatologist.