Facing Skin Cancer

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A recent study has concluded that Americans have a higher likelihood of finding some deadly skin cancers on the left side of their body, more so than their right — particularly on the face, neck and arms. And researchers think driving might be to blame. We talked with Dr. Dino Madonna of Lake ENT and Facial Plastic Surgery about his board certification in facial plastics and his particular passion for repairing damage caused to the face by skin cancer..

Expanding Care

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As part of their commitment to providing a wide range of treatment options to the residents of Lake County, Lake Ear, Nose, Throat and Facial Plastic Surgery welcomed two new practitioners to their team of experts.

Classroom Colds

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According to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, children in school environments can have as many as 12 colds per year and on kleenex.com, 88% of mothers say their children caught the cold or flu from classmates.

Focus on Focus

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Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Dino Madonna of Lake Ear, Nose, Throat and Facial Plastic Surgery was recently interviewed on “Focus Radio Live” on WLBE 790 am where he explained his passion for the artistry of facial plastics.

Skin Cancer Cells

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  The American Cancer Society states that skin cancer is still the most common of all cancers. It is estimated that there were over 76 thousand new diagnoses in 2013. Dr. Dino Madonna of Lake Ear, Nose, Throat and Facial Plastic Surgery explains what you should look for when checking your skin and the different types of skin cancers.