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Archive for May, 2017

Dealing with Suspicious Lesions

If you’re into crime fiction, you’re all too familiar with suspicious persons or persons of interest. At Deschutes, Dr. Carter is more concerned with suspicious lesions. OK, most lesions don’t fall into the “suspicious” category. It’s not like they’ve been hanging around the crime scene, have definite motives, or have been known to use aliases. …

How Does Sunscreen Work?

Everyone knows that the sun’s ultraviolet rays and human skin don’t get along. That’s even more so at the 3,623-foot altitude of Bend. With less atmosphere to get in the way, the UV rays are even more intense. Sunscreens are a given today. We know that if we’re going to be out for a hike …

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Dr. Carter is now offering telemedicine virtual visits

Because the safety of our patients is our highest priority, we are closed during the coronavirus outbreak. We remain available for most routine appointments via telemedicine videoconferencing and will assess established patients in person if there is an urgent need. Thank you for your understanding during this difficult time.

For more information, please call the office at 541-330-0900.

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