In The News
Village Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery and Dr. Thi Tran raised $1,681 for Tutors for Kids in the month of December. Tutors for Kids is a non-profit offering free tutoring services to students in Kindergarten through 5th Grade in reading, writing, math, and the...read more
The IL Duomo, developed by Dr. Keoni Nguyen, long-time friend who spent time with Dr. Tran as a resident surgeon here in The Villages, is a three-dimensional head, neck and shoulders which features more than 30 cancer tumors surgeons in training can practice removing in this article published in the September 2010 issue of “Lifestyles – The Villages Daily Sun”.read more
Eczema is a broadly defined skin condition affecting more than 13 million people. Learn more about how what it is, causes, prevention, and treatment in this article published in the March 2018 issue of “Health & Wellness Magazine – Villages & Ocala editions”.read more
Ever feel like your skin gets dry in the winter? Well, it’s a real thing. Learn more from this article published in the December 2017 issue of “Health & Wellness Magazine – Villages & Ocala editions”.read more
How do I know if my skin is healthy? Tips and tricks can be found in this article published in the November 2017 issue of “Health & Wellness Magazine – Villages & Ocala editions”.read more
Many people don’t know that everything that touches our skin penetrates into our body, bloodstream, and organs. Learn more about how to protect your skin in this article published in the September 2017 issue of “Health & Wellness Magazine – Villages & Ocala editions”.read more
It’s easy to think of psoriasis as just a “skin condition”, but its a long-term complex and chronic autoimmune disease. Learn more in this article published in the August 2017 issue of “Health & Wellness Magazine – Villages & Ocala editions”.read more
July is UV Safety Month – Summer is here and so is the risk of sun exposure! Learn what you should do in this article published in the July 2017 issue of “Health & Wellness Magazine – Villages & Ocala editions”.read more
Publications and Presentations
The miscellaneous blistering disorders.
Tran T, Muelenhoff M, Saeed S, Morgan MB.
Avoiding nerve injury in the head and neck during mohs surgery.
Thi T. Tran, DO, Matt Muellenhoff, DO, Keoni Nguyen, BS, Steven Proper, MD, JD
Perplexing Papules and Plaques
Tran, Thi D.O.; Morgan, James M.D.; Morgan, Michael B. M.D.
When dry skin becomes red and itchy, we refer to this as eczema. It can occur at any age and affects both men and women. The causes range from genetics to below-average skincare regimens. The treatment of eczema depends on the severity. The main goal is to re-hydrate...read more
Acne is not just a teenager problem. Adult acne (rosacea) can affect people up into their 50s. It is also common among women in menopause. There are multiple causes for adult acne, including fluctuating hormone levels, stress, family history, cosmetic products,...read more
Acne affects approximately 40 to 50 million Americans annually. It is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that is characterized by comedones, pimples, and deeper lumps called cysts. This condition usually begins in puberty and affects many adolescents and young...read more
Hair loss can be due to several medical conditions or diseases, genetics, or improper hair care. Hair loss is most definitely a psychosocial problem. The cosmetic aspect has the potential to cause depression, low self-esteem, and altered self-image. Hair loss...read more
Psoriasis is a skin disease that is considered long-lasting. Here are some tips to help you better manage this condition. Prevent sunburn. While it is recommended to briefly (or moderately) expose your skin in the sun without sunscreen, please make sure it’s not...read more
Hair loss (alopecia) refers to the thinning or falling out of hair. Alopecia is a condition that dermatologists can help determine whether it will be permanent or temporary. They can also recommend the best treatment for each specific patient. There are several...read more
Sunburns sustained during childhood or adolescence nearly doubles a person’s risk of developing melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer later in life. Here are some tips to incorporate in your children and grandchildren’s life at home and while in school: 1. Protect. If...read more
Psoriasis is a common and often debilitating skin condition that affects millions, including older adults. It is a long-term complex and chronic autoimmune disease that varies from person to person, both in severity and how it responds to treatments. To learn more...read more