Acne is one of the most common skin conditions that we treat. Though it is typically associated with puberty and the teenage years, acne can be troublesome for people of any age.
Eczema is very common and uncomfortable condition characterized by dry, red skin and intense itching. Children are particularly prone to eczema, though it can affect people of any age.
Moles & Birthmarks Most moles and birthmarks are harmless, but in some cases they can develop into a potentially fatal skin cancer, malignant melanoma. That’s why it is important to schedule an annual full-body skin examination with one of our dermatologists and to conduct monthly self-exams to track any changes on the surface of your skin.
Photodynamic Therapy, also known as Blue Light Therapy, has emerged in the past few years as another viable and effective option in treating pre-cancerous skin lesions. The procedure targets actinic keratosis (AK’s), which are rough, scaly spots often found on the scalp or face. These spots, if left untreated, can develop into skin cancer.
Psoriasis is a chronic genetic disease that presents itself as a dry, recurring rash, usually affecting the scalp, arms and legs. It can be unsightly as well as painful, with symptoms ranging from mild to severe.
Rosacea More than 14 million Americas suffer from Rosacea. This chronic skin disease affects more women than men and usually develops between the ages of 30 and 50.