MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY
Expert diagnosis & treatment

Acne

Rashes

Scars

Skin Cancer

Psoriasis

Hair Loss

Warts

Rosacea

Eczema

Skin Tags

Precancerous Skin Lesions

Allergic Reactions

Nail Disorders

Excimer Laser

Seborrheic Keratosis

Pediatric Dermatology

Surgical Dermatology

and many more conditions
Acne

A common skin condition that affects people of all age groups. Anti-acne strategies include various topical therapies, antibiotics, and hormonal therapies, as well as Accutane.

Actinic Keratosis

Pre-cancerous lesions; actinic keratosis are rough, scaly spots on the skin that develop from years of exposure to the sun. If left untreated, these spots may progress to squamous cell carcinoma. Actinic Keratoses are typically treated with liquid nitrogen sprayed directly on the area.

Warts

Caused by a transmissible virus, warts are raised growths that can develop virtually anywhere on the body. They may go away on their own or can be removed via any number of strategies.

Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a chronic condition that speeds up the cell turnover process, leading to a buildup of cells on the surface, which forms thick plaques. While psoriasis is a chronic skin condition with no cure, there are many options available that can address the inflammation to calm the skin.

Rosacea

Rosacea is commonly characterized by persistent facial redness, often triggered by heat, stress, or other factors. The redness may also be accompanied by some swelling and itching or burning sensations, pimple like bumps, and gritty sensation in eyes. Treatment most often requires skin care and prescriptions.

Nail conditions

There are different nail conditions that can impact the hands, feet, or both, causing nails to grow in abnormal ways, change colors, or become brittle. Treatments target the cause, whether fungus or something else.

Hair loss

Hair loss can affect a wide range of people regardless of age or sex. Hair loss may be caused by a variety of factors. Effective treatment for hair loss begins with finding the cause.

Skin cancer

The three most common types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Skin cancer is most likely to develop in areas most frequently exposed to the sun, but it can occur anywhere on the body. Skin cancer is highly treatable, especially if detected and treated early. Treatments for skin cancers include prescription topical medications, electrodessication and curettage, excision, and MOHS surgery.

Cyst/Lipomas

Cyst/Lipomas are benign growths under the causing swelling, pain itching, and occasional infections. Treatment may include a steroid injection, or the can be surgically removed.

Pediatric Dermatology

Pediatric dermatology includes birthmarks, rashes, and skin lesions specific to children. They can be treated topically, surgically, or with lasers.

Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema

A general term for itchy, dry, and inflamed skin. There are many forms, ranging from atopic dermatitis, to contact dermatitis.

Surgical Dermatology
Excimer Laser Therapy

A laser beam that uses ultraviolet B (UVB) light to treat the affected areas of skin. Any area of the body can be treated, including the scalp. Excimer laser is used to treat patients with psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, vitiligo and more.

Biologic Medications

Drugs that target specific parts of your immune system to treat disease. Biologics treat a variety of conditions including psoriasis.

Patch Test

A skin test used to find the cause of a possible allergic reaction to the skin. The reaction is called allergic contact dermatitis. Patch testing involves applying diluted allergens to the skin, and then the skin is inspected for reactions. The reactions will guide patients as to what products/ingredients to avoid.