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Medical Conditions

Medical Conditions

Rashes
Acne
Eczema
Fungal Infections
Skin Cancer
  • Rashes – A rash is an area of irritated skin and often time it is red, itchy, inflamed and can be made up of small, painful bumps. Rashes last for different amounts of time, have different causes and come in different levels of severity.  A rash that is long-lasting, needs treatment.  

  • Acne – Acne is a common skin condition that occurs when hair follicles become clogged, trapping oil and dead skin.  These clogged pores lead to pimples, blackheads and whiteheads and can affect anyone, at any age. Although breakouts are most common on the face, they can also occur on the back, shoulders and chest.

  • Eczema – Eczema is a common skin condition that can begin at childhood and continue into adulthood.  This condition causes dry, itchy, irritated skin that can last a lifetime.

  • Fungal Infections – Fungal Infections of the skin, often develop in areas that stay sweaty or moist. An example of these areas are the feet, folds of the skin, groin, finger nails and toe nails. Fungal infections can be uncomfortable, itchy and may appear as a scaly rash.

 

  • Skin Cancer- Skin cancer is the abnormal growth of cells, most often developing from too much sun exposure or the use of UV tanning beds. There are three types of skin cancer: Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Melanoma.  When skin cancer is caught early, it is highly treatable.

 

  • Warts – Warts are small, hard, skin-colored growths that commonly appear on the fingers, hands and feet but can affect other parts of the body as well.  Warts are caused by a virus and transferred by touch.  Without treatment, most warts will take months to years to resolve on their own.

 

 

  • Mole Evaluation– A mole is a skin growth that can occur anywhere on the body.  Normal moles are round, brown, tan or pink in color and are usually smaller than a pencil eraser. If a mole is an abnormal shape or multi colored, it’s recommended that it be evaluated by a Board-Certified Dermatologist.

 

  • Rosacea – Rosacea is a chronic but treatable skin condition, that causes blushing or redness of the face. Flare ups may last weeks to months and can become more persistent over time. If left untreated, inflammatory bumps/pimples can form on the nose and eyes can also be affected.

  • Psoriasis – Psoriasis is a skin disease that causes skin cells to multiple faster than normal, leading to itchy red patches covered in white scales.   These patches are most commonly found on the knees, elbows, scalp and lower back.

  • Seborrheic Keratosis -  Seborrheic Keratosis is a type of skin growth.  These growths often start out as small, rough areas but over time can develop a thick, scaly appearance and become raised from the surface of the skin. 

Warts
Mole Evaluation
Rosacea
Psoriasis
Seborrheic Keratosis

Skin Cancer Care

We provide comprehensive skin care and examinations.  If you notice a growing, non-healing, changing skin lesion, schedule an appointment with one of our Board-Certified Dermatologist. 

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