Looking for our First Available Appointment?

If you are looking for our first available appointment, consider visiting our Indian Trail Office where both of our Physicians Assistants Danielle Tashakori and Lesslie Durst are seeing New Patients as early as a few weeks out. Our Indian Trail Office is located only about 15 miles from our Ballantyne Office. Call the office today…

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What to Know about Treating your Psoriasis

Treating Your Psoriasis The American Academy of Dermatology defines Psoriasis as a chronic disease that “develops when a person’s immune system sends faulty signals that tell skin cells to grow too quickly. New skin cells form in days rather than weeks.  The body does not shed these excess skin cells. The skin cells pile up…

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Holiday Cosmetic Special: 40% Off All Chemical Peels

With a new year ahead, why not start fresh? Every year, our ability to lose dead skin cells (and generate new ones) decreases, leading to a host of skin problems.  We are currently offering 40% off all Chemical Peels to help you start the new year fresh. Call to make an appointment today! (704) 341-0090…

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15830 John J. Delaney is now 15830 Ballantyne Medical Place

Our dermatology office in Ballantyne is still in the same location, but due to road improvements in the Ballantyne area, our address changed.  Our former address was 15830 John J. Delaney Drive, Suite 100.  Our new address is 15830 Ballantyne Medical Place, Suite 100.   Please note:  We are still in the same building and…

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Now Offering Laser Hair Removal for Both Light and Dark Skin

Dermatology Care of Charlotte is proud to offer laser hair removal treatments for both light and dark skin.  The GentleLase laser for lighter skin and the GentleYag laser for darker skin both use Candela’s dynamic cooling device; thus providing safe, comfortable permanent hair reduction.  Common treatment areas include the brow, chin, arms, armpits, chest, back,…

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Skin Care Tips for Older Patients

As our skin matures and ages, the incidence of skin problems tends to increase.  Our dermatologists in Ballantyne and Indian Trail, Dr. Seward, Dr. Grattan, and Dr. LaRocque are trained to treat the several skin conditions and tumors, such as skin cancer, that are more common in older adults. Rough, dry, itchy skin Benign growths…

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May is Melanoma Awareness Month!

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in America.  Our goal is to help prevent melanoma by creating awareness of melanoma and other skin cancers and educating our community about preventive measures that reduce melanoma’s incidence rate.  Be smart and learn the ABCDE’s of Melanoma!  Some important facts about Melanoma: It is estimated that 1…

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Sunscreen and Skin Care Tips

Good skin care and sun protection can help delay the skin’s aging process and prevent sun damage and skin cancer.  Here are three tips to keep your skin looking healthy: 1) Protect from the Sun Over a lifetime, sun exposure can cause wrinkles, age spots, and increase the risk of skin cancer.  Use a broad-spectrum…

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Indian Trail dermatology office is now open 5 days per week!

Dermatology Care of Charlotte is pleased to announce that our Indian Trail office is now open five days per week. Our dermatologists, Dr. Seward, Dr. Grattan, andDr. LaRocque are committed to providing outstanding medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology care for our patients.  We hope our expanded office hours and commitment to the area will allow us…

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Skin Cancer Self Exam

Our dermatologists recommend a monthly self examination of the skin as well as a yearly skin exam by one of our dermatologists, so that any new or changing skin cancer can be found and removed early.  Skin cancers found early are almost always curable!  Learn about the ABCDE’s of skin cancer and what to look for during an…

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