- Our Galveston Office - 1501 Broadway, Galveston, Texas 77550 - PH: 409-763-2452
- Our Texas City Office - 1310 34th St N Suite C. PH: 409-948-8557
- Our Angleton Office: 146 Hospital Drive, Suite 102 - Angleton, Texas 77515 - PH: 409-763-2452
- Our Taos Office: 1399 Weimer Rd, Suite 200 - Taos, NM 87571 - PH: 575-779-0361 or 409-763-2452
Galveston Dermatology is a medical practice located in Galveston TX, under the direction of Ramon L Sanchez M.D., who is a board certified dermatologist. Dr. Sanchez has been practicing medicine since 1987. His goal is to give patients excellent dermatologic care in a friendly and compassionate environment. We welcome patients of all ages, and we specialize in medical and surgical dermatology involving the skin, hair and nails. We accept most insurances.More...
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Dr. Ramon Sanchez is an area expert on the treatment of acne in teens and adults. With the right treatment, you can keep acne under control. But what's the best acne treatment for you? Many options are available, including prescription creams and antibiotics, which target the various causes of acne. But even with the wide range of acne treatments, chronic breakouts may still be difficult to treat.
Melanomas can develop anywhere on your body, but they most often develop in areas that have had exposure to the sun, such as your back, legs, arms and face. Melanomas can also occur in areas that don't receive much sun exposure, such as the soles of your feet, palms of your hands and on fingernail beds. These hidden melanomas are more common in people with darker skin.
Dermopath.com is a full service Dermopathology Laboratory located in Galveston, Texas serving the needs of dermatologists and of other physicians that obtain skin specimens. We offer a full range of diagnostic dermopathology services including original diagnosis & consultations for second opinion. Lab results are returned quickly.
5 Important Tips To Protect Yourself From The Sun...
1) Cover up. Wear tightly-woven clothing that blocks out light. Try this test: Place your hand between a single layer of the clothing and a light source. If you can see your hand through the fabric, the garment offers little protection... 2) Use sunscreen. A sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 15 blocks 93 percent of UV rays. You want to block both UVA and UVB rays to guard against skin cancer. Be sure to follow application directions on the bottle... 3) Wear a hat. A wide brim hat (not a baseball cap) is ideal because it protects the neck, ears, eyes, forehead, nose, and scalp... 4) Wear UV-absorbent shades. Sunglasses don't have to be expensive, but they should block 99 to 100 percent of UVA and UVB radiation... 5) Limit exposure. UV rays are most intense between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. If you're unsure about the sun's intensity, take the shadow test: If your shadow is shorter than you, the sun's rays are the day's strongest.