Medical Dermatology

Conditions We Treat

We offer compassionate treatment for a variety of procedures using cutting-edge technology. Our team of certified dermatologists, laser professionals, and Mohs surgeons will ensure you receive the best care and follow-up for your needs.

Acne is an inflammatory disorder of the skin. Your hair follicles can become plugged up by oil, bacteria and dead skin cells. We can treat acne with various methods such as topicals, antibiotics, Accutane and etc.

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Congenital moles and birthmarks are skin markings that are present at birth or develop shortly thereafter. These markings can vary widely in size, shape, color, and texture, and may be flat or raised.

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Benign growths can be flat or raised lesions that pose no threat to your health medically. They can often be removed for cosmetic reasons.

Blue light therapy is used to treat sun damaged, premalignant, and malignant lesions by using photosensitizing agents with the specific bluelight wavelengths to destroy abnormal skin cells.

Contact dermatitis presents as a rash that can occur from either an irritant or allergen. The rashes can present as red, itchy, painful or blistering. Usually, these rashes can be treated by a topical steroid cream.

Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition. It often causes the skin to become dry and itchy.

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There are many different types of hair loss. Different types of hair loss include Alopecia areata, telogen effluvium and androgenetic alopecia. The most common treatment types for hair loss include topical treatments, oral treatment, PRP, and ILK injections.

HS is a chronic inflammatory condition that involves small painful cysts and abscesses that form underneath the skin near hair follicles. They usually form around the groin, bottom, breasts and armpits.

We have many different ways to treat HS depending on how severe the condition is. These treatments can range from intralesional steroid injections, biologic injections on a period basis, and various medications that can help regulate the condition. Often times we can also do minor or major surgeries that can remove the sinus tract and the HS lesion. These procedures include de-roofing, CO2 laser treatments or wide excisions.

Dermatologists often observe nails during full body skin checks. Observing nails and nail changes can give us clues to various dermatologic conditions. Often times we check nails for any sort of streaking, pitting, lifting, changes in nail color, and grooves or gaps. These types of nail changes can indicate various things from nail fungus to psoriasis or alopecia or even melanoma!

Pediatric Dermatologists are doctors who specialize in treating children’s skin, hair and nail. Pediatric dermatology includes treatments for eczema, acne, molluscum, and a variety of other children’s issues.

Psoriasis is a skin disease that causes thick, itchy, scaly red patches most commonly on the elbows, knees, scalp and trunk. It is an autoimmune condition that causes inflammation in the skin.

Rosacea is a chronic condition that includes flushing and blushing of the face. It can sometimes present as pimples or pus-filled bumps. Rosacea triggers include alcohol, spicy foods, and stress.

There are various types of skin cancers. The most common types can include basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), and melanoma

  • BCC – Basal Cell Carcinomas are the most common type of skin cancers. They occur due to increased sun exposure and are most often found in sun exposed areas. They can be treated by topical creams, cryotherapy, electrodessication or surgical excisions.
  • SCC – Squamous cell carcinoma is the second most common type of skin cancer. Squamous cells can develop from a pre-cancerous growth called actinic keratosis. They are also usually found in sun exposed areas and can be treated by topical creams, cryotherapy, electrodessication or surgical excisions.
  • Melanoma – Melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer. It develops in the cells that produce pigment in your skin. Melanoma can spread from the skin to other parts of your body and infiltrate into the lymph nodes. Melanoma’s are most often removed via surgical excision.

Vitiligo is an autoimmune condition that causes patches of skin to lose pigment. The skin usually forms white patches where melanocytes are attacked or destroyed. Although there is no cure for vitiligo there are various treatments available that help bring back the pigment lost.

Warts are caused by a virus, are benign, and spread through contact. There are various treatment methods to treat warts. The most common treatment options include freezing, topical medication, and injections.

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