Blog: Nashville

What is a Skin Cancer Screening?

Since skin is the largest organ on your body, and it is constantly exposed to the elements, it comes as no surprise that it is one of the most common cancers that people can develop. With that in mind, it is important to understand skin cancer and be aware of any potential skin cancer developments. Continue reading

An ALASTIN Skincare Regimen to Keep Your Skin Healthy and Young

Curcio Dermatology recommends the following skincare regimen to Nashville residents. Special thanks to ALASTIN skincare for sharing this AM/PM skin care regimen guide.  Continue reading

Help Oppose Independent NP Practice in CA

Take action now against #AB890. Nothing in the bill requires independent nurse practitioners to serve underserved populations or designated underserved regions. CA patients don’t deserve a lower standard of care. As a dermatologic surgeon dedicated to patient safety, I support … Continue reading

Top 10 Valentine’s Day Events in Nashville Tennessee

Its that time of year again! With Valentine’s Day approaching, it’s the perfect opportunity to take that special someone out for an unforgettable night to show them just how much they mean to you. Valentine’s Murder Mystery Train – Tennessee … Continue reading

Vanderbilt Alumni Exclusive Leader Natalie Curcio

Honored for the feature by Vanderbilt! An amazing place and part of my life. Go Dores! Continue reading

The History of Dermatology meeting at the EADV

Dr. Curcio gave the Keynote Alibert lecture at the History of Dermatology meeting at the EADV (European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology) in Madrid with Dr. Luis Conde-Salazar, a close friend, legend, and mentor. Continue reading

Curcio Dermatology Recommends Sunscreen to Minimize Skin Cancer Risk (even on shady days)

Curcio Dermatology recommends sunscreen to Nashville residents who are seeking to prevent or avoid skin cancer. Although skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the Unites States, there are several steps you can take to minimize your risk. The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) recommends taking the following steps to minimize your chances of developing skin cancer. Continue reading