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When it comes to safety in the sun, most people understand that getting sunburned or browning themselves is bad for their skin, says Dr. Joshua L. Fox, the medical director of Advanced Dermatology, PC. People are often clueless, however, about the simpler (yet more important) aspects of sun safety, unknowingly exposing themselves to the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays. Dr. Fox has highlighted some common sun exposure myths which may place people at an increased risk of developing wrinkles or skin cancer.
Whether or not you have previously believed these myths, your body should be regularly checked for moles, sun damage, and other possible signs of skin cancer. Contact Advanced Dermatology today to schedule a complete body examination with one of our board-certified dermatologists. Our conveniently located offices welcome patients from Queens, Long Island (Nassau County and Suffolk County), New York City, Bergen County, NJ, Union County, NJ, and all surrounding areas.