Tampa, Fla. (PRWEB) May 8, 2010
Tampa dermatologist Dr. Henry Wiley is pleased to announce the launch of his new website, http://www.drhenrywiley.com, which was developed to give patients an increased understanding of their dermatologic health. By providing an abundance of educational information and resources, the site will help his patients and the public become better advocates for their own skin care.
The website offers extensive information about various skin care topics, including moles, sunscreen and sun protection. Other topics are currently under development include skin cancers and treatments, melanoma, basal squamous cell carcinoma, skin first aid and shingles, among others. The site is also focused on preparing patients for their office visit, helping to set expectations and ease concerns regarding various procedures or services.
“Learning about your condition can be a daunting and confusing task,” says Dr. Wiley. “I believe patient education is the key to helping people understand when to see a skin doctor, what a skin exam entails, what to expect during treatment, the importance of sunscreen and a variety of other topics. My new website is an opportunity to not only share my knowledge with my patients, but also with anyone interested in their own health and well-being.”
Dr. Wiley’s comprehensive approach is rooted state-of-the-art medicine and research, enabling him to provide potentially life-saving diagnoses, especially for skin problems that have been unsuccessfully treated elsewhere. The practice is solely focused on the medical practice of dermatology and minor surgery, not cosmetic procedures. Because he provides all the medical care himself, his patients are in an advantageous position for not only an early diagnosis of potential skin cancers and mole changes, but also successful treatment.
About Dr. Wiley
As a board-certified dermatologist and dermatopathologist with more than 30 years of clinical experience, Dr. Wiley offers complete dermatologic care specializing in the diagnosis and treatment skin cancers, moles and complicated skin conditions. He is widely recognized as a leading dermatologist throughout Florida and the country, with patients traveling from around the U.S. and abroad in order to receive his care.
Dr. Wiley is the former spokesperson for the Skin Cancer Foundation and was involved not only in the development of sunscreen for children, but also the development of national sun protection programs. He is a graduate of the University of Florida College of Medicine and Yale University. He serves as a clinical assistant professor at the University of Florida College of Medicine and is a member of numerous professional societies.
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