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Some doctors and other health care professionals include skin exams as part of routine health check-ups.
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They also serve as the structure and connection between your dermis and epidermis keeping it firm and tight while acting as the matrix for other skin cells to grow upon.
Procollagen (collagen) because it's formed by dermal fibroblasts and provides the skin's integrity, firmness and elasticity, making it look full and supple.
Regular skin exams are especially important for people who are at higher risk of skin cancer, such as people with reduced immunity, people who have had skin cancer before, and people with a strong family history of skin cancer.
Talk to your doctor about how often you should have your skin examined.