• When a Mole Becomes an Issue
    Normally, moles are completely harmless and shouldn’t need any care. In certain cases, a mole may change in shape, size, color, or texture, and that’s when additional care is needed. Read more
  • How Your Nighttime Routine Affects Your Acne
    You’re probably aware of how vital sleep is to your skin and overall health. Particularly when you look at yourself in the mirror after not getting enough sleep last night Read more
  • Acne Treatment Options
    Who hasn’t experienced acne at some point in their life? Whiteheads and blackheads are expected for teenagers, but many adults continue to suffer from these blemishes long after that period Read more
  • Skin Cancer Prevention
    Of all types of cancer, skin cancer is the most common. According to the American Cancer Society, more than 5 million skin cancers are diagnosed each year in the US. Read more
  • Ways To Reduce Acne Breakouts
    Acne breakouts are never pleasant, and they seem to come at the worst times. For instance, your skin may begin to break out just before a job interview or a Read more
  • How To Get Rid of Moles
    To safely remove moles (cancerous, non-cancerous, or inconclusive), a procedure must be performed by a professional, and at Atlas Dermatology, Dr. Trent Massengale and Dr. Joshua Pitre are prepared to Read more
  • Finding A Dermatologist For You
    Finding A Dermatologist For You In Baton Rouge, LA There are many reasons why you might seek out a dermatologist's help, from improving your appearance, treating acne or other skin conditions, Read more
  • Treating Your Psoriasis
    There's no cure for psoriasis, an inflammatory skin condition characterized by red inflamed patches and white flakes. Nevertheless, you have several treatment options available that you can discuss with your Read more
  • Skin Cancer Treatment In 2021
    Unusual spots or changing moles can be signs of skin cancer, a disease diagnosed in nearly 10,000 Americans every day, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Fortunately, prompt skin Read more
  • Atlas Dermatology's February 2021 Newsletter
    Lower your insulin level and love your skin…and the rest of you too!A person came into see me last week with a few problems. He/she  was about 50 years old. Read more
  • Preventing Skin Cancer
    One of the most diagnosed forms of cancer this year was melanoma - a rare yet fatal form of skin cancer. That's because when it's not identified and treated early, Read more
  • How to Treat Your Persistent Acne
    No one likes an acne breakout. Sore, red, embarrassing blemishes impact your daily life, and you need help. At Atlas Dermatology in Baton Rouge and Prairieville, LA, Dr. W. Trent Read more
  • Signs That You Need a Mole Evaluated
    Moles can be uncomfortable for some to look at, but most of them are benign. Sometimes, however, a mole can point to another condition. If you have a mole that Read more
  • August 2020 Newsletter
    What is Psoriasis?Psoriasis is a chronic, inflammatory condition that predominately affects the skin and joints. More than 125 million people worldwide have psoriasis, which is roughly 2-3% of the population. Read more
  • How the Dermatologists at Atlas Dermatology Can Help You Achieve Healthier Skin
    Dermatologists help their patients achieve healthier skin for life. At Atlas Dermatology in Baton Rouge and Prairieville LA, Dr. W. Trent Massengale and Dr. Joshua Pitre are the board-certified skin Read more
  • July 2020 Newsletter
    Sun Protective Clothing: What’s the Hype? Louisiana is known as sportsman’s paradise, and many individuals living in this great state, including myself, participate in a variety of outdoor activities. One of Read more

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