A Day in the Life of a Dermatologist: Part 1

Written by Dr. Paul M. Graham For many, the perception of a doctor is one that is under extreme stress trying to manage twenty plus patients with alarms dinging, people yelling, and machines churning in the chaotic background. This Hollywood depiction of medicine is far from accurate and only representative of a handful of practiceContinue reading “A Day in the Life of a Dermatologist: Part 1”

The Most Common Types of Skin Cancer

Mojgan Hosseinipour, DO Edited by Paul M. Graham, DO There is an increasing incidence of non-melanoma skin cancers (NMSC), which include basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). Surprisingly, it is estimated that 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer during their lifetime. Basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas are most commonly found on sun-exposedContinue reading “The Most Common Types of Skin Cancer”

Congratulations to St. Joseph Mercy Dermatology Class of 2017

On June 10th, 2017, four dermatology residents graduated from St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Dermatology Residency program. From everyone here at Dimensional Dermatology, we would like to extend a huge CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Jenny Vermeesch, Dr. Adam Allan, Dr. Paul M. Graham, and Dr. Benjamin Bashline on successfully completing residency! Dr. Jenny Vermeesch will continue trainingContinue reading “Congratulations to St. Joseph Mercy Dermatology Class of 2017”

Benign vs Malignant Moles: What to Look for

Dr. Paul M. Graham All “moles” are not created equal. Melanoma is the leading cause of skin cancers deaths worldwide. For this reason, it is very important that individuals worldwide know how to recognize abnormal moles. I hope this simple diagram serves to increase awareness on what features to look for. “An estimated 76,380 newContinue reading “Benign vs Malignant Moles: What to Look for”