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Dr. Marian E. Northington

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Phone: (205) ***-****  
Email: m***@***.edu
University of Alabama
150 Hill University Center 1400 University Boulevard
Birmingham , Alabama 35294
United States

Company Description: Known for its innovative and interdisciplinary approach to education at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, the University of Alabama at Birmingham is the...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Assistant Professor of Dermatology
    University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Assistant Professor, Dermatology
    University of Alabama , Birmingham
  • Cosmetic Dermatologist
    UAB HealthFinder

Education

  • UAB's School of Medicine
  • M.D.
    American Academy of Dermatology
  • MD
    American Academy of Dermatology's Summer Academy Meeting
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Tri For Life
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UV rays can induce cataracts, says Marian Northington, MD, assistant professor of dermatology at the University of Alabama.
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Rub sunscreen into exposed areas, advises Dr. Northington.
Anti-aging strategies can improve more than looks - Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Beverly HillsPlastic and Reconstructive Surgery Beverly Hills
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"Photoaging - or the changes induced by chronic UVA and UVB exposure - is responsible for accelerating the skin's aging process," said Marian Northington, M.D., director of UAB Cosmetic Dermatology.
"Daily incidental sun exposures - running out to the car, going to the mailbox and exercising - add up and result in wrinkles, sun spots and potentially cancerous lesions," Northington said. "The No. 1 way people can prevent photoaging is wearing a 30-plus SPF sunscreen - one that contains zinc oxide - every day."
If it is too late, and the sun has already done its damage, or if someone is just more mature in age, there are ways to diminish the signs of aging.
"Using an over-the-counter cream with retinol, which is a vitamin A derivative, can decrease the risk of skin cancer and improve skin pigmentation and abnormalities, as well as increase collagen content to help with lines and wrinkles," Northington said.
Northington adds that, if more advanced methods are needed, a visit to the cosmetic dermatologist can offer safe and effective noninvasive options that will reduce photoaging with little downtime.
"Fraxel laser resurfacing is an excellent way to improve wrinkles, pigmentation and abnormalities," Northington said. "There are also skin-tightening devices that improve skin laxity, as well as injections that will replace lost volume that occurs with aging to lift the face nonsurgically and reduce lines and wrinkles."
Northington says studies have shown some dermatologic skin-improvement methods have benefits beyond an improved appearance.
"People who have had fillers reported that they felt they make a better first impression with other people, but they also feel better with themselves and happier with their lives," Northington said.
"Photoaging -- or the changes induced ...
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"Photoaging -- or the changes induced by chronic UVA and UVB exposure -- is responsible for accelerating the skin's aging process," said Marian Northington, M.D., director of UAB Cosmetic Dermatology.
"Daily incidental sun exposures -- running out to the car, going to the mailbox and exercising -- add up and result in wrinkles, sun spots and potentially cancerous lesions," Northington said. "The No. 1 way people can prevent photoaging is wearing a 30-plus SPF sunscreen -- one that contains zinc oxide -- every day."
If it is too late, and the sun has already done its damage, or if someone is just more mature in age, there are ways to diminish the signs of aging.
"Using an over-the-counter cream with retinol, which is a vitamin A derivative, can decrease the risk of skin cancer and improve skin pigmentation and abnormalities, as well as increase collagen content to help with lines and wrinkles," Northington said.
Northington adds that, if more advanced methods are needed, a visit to the cosmetic dermatologist can offer safe and effective noninvasive options that will reduce photoaging with little downtime.
"Fraxel laser resurfacing is an excellent way to improve wrinkles, pigmentation and abnormalities," Northington said. "There are also skin-tightening devices that improve skin laxity, as well as injections that will replace lost volume that occurs with aging to lift the face nonsurgically and reduce lines and wrinkles."
Northington says studies have shown some dermatologic skin-improvement methods have benefits beyond an improved appearance.
"People who have had fillers reported that they felt they make a better first impression with other people, but they also feel better with themselves and happier with their lives," Northington said.
Health and Income
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"Photoaging - or the changes induced by chronic UVA and UVB exposure - is responsible for accelerating the skin's aging process," said Marian Northington, M.D., director of UAB Cosmetic Dermatology.
"Daily incidental sun exposures - running out to the car, going to the mailbox and exercising - add up and result in wrinkles, sun spots and potentially cancerous lesions," Northington said. "The No. 1 way people can prevent photoaging is wearing a 30-plus SPF sunscreen - one that contains zinc oxide - every day."
If it is too late, and the sun has already done its damage, or if someone is just more mature in age, there are ways to diminish the signs of aging.
"Using an over-the-counter cream with retinol, which is a vitamin A derivative, can decrease the risk of skin cancer and improve skin pigmentation and abnormalities, as well as increase collagen content to help with lines and wrinkles," Northington said.
Northington adds that, if more advanced methods are needed, a visit to the cosmetic dermatologist can offer safe and effective noninvasive options that will reduce photoaging with little downtime.
"Fraxel laser resurfacing is an excellent way to improve wrinkles, pigmentation and abnormalities," Northington said. "There are also skin-tightening devices that improve skin laxity, as well as injections that will replace lost volume that occurs with aging to lift the face nonsurgically and reduce lines and wrinkles."
Northington says studies have shown some dermatologic skin-improvement methods have benefits beyond an improved appearance.
"People who have had fillers reported that they felt they make a better first impression with other people, but they also feel better with themselves and happier with their lives," Northington said.
According to Marian ...
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According to Marian Northington, MD, director of UAB Cosmetic Dermatology, people who had fillers reported they felt they made a better first impression, and also felt better about themselves and happier with their lives.
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