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Teledermatology Services Now Available!

As a leading provider of Dermatology services in the Louisville Community, we knew the current national crisis we are facing would require a quick and decisive response by our doctors, staff, and patients. That’s why we’ve decided to expand our services and adopt a new Teledermatology program. Enabling us to better protect our patients and […]

Reschedule Your Appointment if Showing Signs of Respiratory Illness

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, please understand that if you have traveled outside the country in the last two weeks, or are showing signs of respiratory illness such as fever or cough, we ask that you please reschedule your appointment out at least two weeks in the future.

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Beauty Gift Ideas from Dermatologists

Whether you’re preparing for the holidays, a birthday, or a random surprise for someone special, NewBeauty has you covered. In an article published on September 19th, Dr. Cassis and several peers across the country came together and created a list of 50+ gift ideas that Dermatologists love to give their family and friends. Covering products […]

Women business owners find fertile ground at Norton Commons

Cassis Dermatology is featured in the Insider Louisville article “Women business owners find fertile ground at Norton Commons.”

NewBeauty 2019 Award Winners: Best In-Office Treatments

Check out Dr. Cassis and her colleagues’ thoughts on the NewBeauty 2019 Award Winners: Best In-Office Treatments. Find out the winner of the Best Filler for Plumper Lips and Best Filler for Laugh Lines. https://www.newbeauty.com/slideshow/3013-newbeauty-2019-award-winners-in-office-treatments/5/

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Beware Hidden Bacteria in Makeup Testers

Tami Buss Cassis, MD says avoiding dirty makeup testers is more than just about avoiding germs, it’s also key to avoiding a serious infection. “If you come into contact with staphylococcus bacteria or fungus you are at risk for developing an infection,” she says. “If severe enough it can require a trip to the doctor for an antibacterial or antifungal, but more specifically you could develop an abscess on your skin which could require drainage, oral and topical antibiotics.”

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