Clinical Discussion : Episode 10

Breaking down the Nextmune line of topical dermatologic products


Joya Griffin, DVM, DACVD, walks through topical therapy treatment options dermatologic cases

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From mousse to spray, and even a "bio balm," Joya Griffin, DVM, DACVD examines a variety of topical products for treating dermatologic cases. She and Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, explore the uses for each product and discuss in what cases they might be beneficial, as well as the science behind them.

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Joya Griffin, DVM, DACVD: I think you can treat the skin from the inside out with your good, rich diets that are rich in fatty acids. There's a lot of great ones out there, and then you can also supplement it topically. So, you're treating from the outside in. I like that dual approach.

Dermoscent has been a product line, with the Essential-6 spot ons and their mousse and shampoo. I love this one; I think this is really great. I put it in my treatment plan for all of my sebacious adenitis cases. I really love it for that because it's going to help restore those essential oils and the fatty acids [and] it's easy to use. Sebacious adenitis is a very labor-intensive disease we're treating from the inside out with systemics as well as topicals.

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