Dr. Lisa Hogan offers a full complement of rejuvenating aesthetic procedures and an integrative approach to wellness and longevity in Raleigh, NC at Youthologie Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Medicine.
Education and Training
University of North Caronlina MD 1986
Physician Assistant Studies, Barry University, FL 1979
American Board of Surgery
Dr. Lisa Ann Hogan M.D.'s Expert Contributions
Yes, sunscreen will interfere with your skin absorbing UV light to make Vitamin D. Here's the thing: there is no safe level of sun exposure. We live in an age when the ozone layer has been depleted and there is less tree canopy in most places. Just take your Vitamin D3, along with some Vitamin K2. I recommend 5000 units per day on the Vitamin D3. It performs so many important functions, you do not want to be deficient in Vitamin D! READ MORE
Any treatment that builds collagen in the skin will help with scarring, including the PRP facial. However, the type of acne scar makes a difference. The so-called "ice pick" type scars are more difficult to improve. You will need many PRP treatments to see improvement. I feel the degree of discomfort and the financial investment required to get minimal results make this treatment less than optimal. Your best bet may be an ablative laser treatment. A single treatment with an ablative laser should get you strong results. READ MORE
Without seeing the rash and being able to obtain more information from you, this is a tough question to answer. I'm not trying to dodge the question, but you probably should see your OB to start. READ MORE
First and second degree burns can take a few weeks to heal. It's not clear from your description how deep the burn is, though. Neosporin is OK, but you probably don't need it. A clean, new supply of vasoline or aquaphor will be just as good as it acts as an occlusive dressing which keeps you comfortable and keeps moisture in as the wound heals. Mainly just keep it clean and protected, so it doesn't get irritated or infected. READ MORE
No. Anaphylaxis usually means difficulty breathing and may involve wheezing, passing out, air hunger, feeling of impending doom, cough, hoarseness, chest tightness. It can also involve nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach cramping. There may be red or white color to the face or body. And there can be swelling of the throat or other parts of the body, as well as rash, hives, welts. Anaphylaxis is a medical emergency that requires immediate treatment. READ MORE
Your description sounds like a cherry hemangioma, which is not serious or dangerous. It can be treated with laser. READ MORE
There are medications for psoriasis, which you could obtain from a dermatologist. Just for general health and psoriasis improvement I would recommend a gluten-free diet. Many psoriasis patients get improvement with just a gluten-free diet. READ MORE
Your picture looks like you might have lupus, an autoimmune disorder that often involves extreme sensitivity to the sun. You could also be reacting to a medication. You should protect yourself from sun exposure, including applying sunscreen every day, avoiding peak UV hours, and wearing a large-brimmed hat to shelter your face, neck, chest areas. Also, wear protective clothing over your body to prevent exposure. See a doctor about this because other organs can be affected by lupus. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- Association for the Advancement of Restorative Medicine
- American Association of Anti-Aging Medicine
- University of Kentucky College of Medicine Program A
Dr. Lisa Ann Hogan M.D.'s Practice location
Raleigh, NC 27614Get Direction
Request An Appointment With Dr. Lisa Ann Hogan M.D. | Dermatologist
Please note that this request is not considered final until you receive email notification confirming the details.
In the event the doctor is not yet registered with FindaTopDoc, we will contact the office on your behalf in an effort to secure your appointment.
Dr. Lisa Ann Hogan M.D.'s reviewsWrite Review
Patient Experience with Dr. Hogan
- Do I Have Eczema or Psoriasis?
Eczema and psoriasis are both skin diseases, and quite similar in their symptoms. Both conditions result in the formation of red patches or scales on the skin. To figure out whether you have eczema or psoriasis, you will need to examine the differences between the two.EczemaEczema is normally...
- What Are the Different Types of Psoriatic Arthritis?
Psoriatic arthritis is a type of inflammatory arthritis that affects people with psoriasis. Psoriasis is a skin condition characterized by inflammation of the skin with dry, silvery scales. Psoriatic arthritis affects about 10% to 30% of people with psoriasis. This condition usually occurs between...
- What are the Causes and Symptoms of Psoriasis?
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that results in the formation of thick, reddish patches on the skin, often with a scaly appearance. This is a condition resulting from changes in the normal life cycle of skin cells. Under normal conditions, new skin cells grow and replace the old ones on the...
- A Guide to Recognizing the Early Signs of Shingles
Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is a disease that occurs due to the reappearance of the varicella-zoster virus, which is the causative agent of chickenpox. Shingles usually starts with a skin rash. These skin rashes occur either in the form of a band or a strip covering a small area on your...
- What Are Freckles?
What are freckles?Freckles are flat and circular spots that are beige or brown in color. Their size is usually comparable to the size of the head of a small nail. People who have red hair and a fair complexion often have freckles because of the MC1R variant gene, which is responsible for the...
- Is Melanoma Treatable?
Melanoma is a type of skin cancer associated with excess exposure to UV rays and tanning booths. Melanoma originates from certain cells in the skin called melanocytes, which contains the pigment melanin that influences skin color. If left untreated, melanoma spreads quickly and leads to death....
- Dr. Sheel Desai Solomon M.D.130 Preston Executive Dr Cary NC 27513
- Dr. Margaret B Boyse M.D.4201 Lake Boone Trl Raleigh NC 27607
- Dr. Carol A Trakimas D.O.8300 Health Park Raleigh NC 27615
- Dr. Maureen Leahy Aarons M.D.3225 Blue Ridge Rd Raleigh NC 27612
- Dr. Eric D Challgren M.D.4201 Lake Boone Trl Raleigh NC 27607
- Dr. Robert Earl Clark M.D., PHD200 Wellesley Trade Ln Cary NC 27519