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.

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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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May is National Melanoma Skin Cancer Awareness Month

It’s National Melanoma Skin Cancer Awareness Month and Dr. Tami Cassis has an alarming statistic. One American dies of Melanoma every hour. Be safe in the sun. Thanks Kentucky Medical Association for spreading awareness about skin cancer.

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Five Questions on Microneedling with Shannon Cogan at Wave 3

Dr. Cassis answers 5 questions about microneedling with Shannon Cogan at Wave 3 News. Microneedling helps with anti-aging as well as acne scars. Read the full article here.

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Dr. Cassis Shares Her Secret For Looking 30 In Her 40s

Dr. Cassis is featured in this New Beauty article focusing on Microneedling. If you are interested in scheduling a Mirconeedling appointment, call 502-326-8588.

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