Dermatology Conditions We Treat

Skin Cancer

Surgery is the most common treatment for skin cancer. Whether you’re suffering from basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma or melanoma, chances are your doctor will recommend a surgical procedure to remove the tumor.

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Precancerous Skin Lesions

A skin lesion is a part of the skin that has an abnormal growth or appearance compared to the skin around it. There are two categories of skin lesions, primary and secondary. Primary skin lesions are present at birth or…

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Abnormal Moles

Almost everyone has moles – most have close to a dozen somewhere on their body. Moles are formed by melanocytes, skin cells that produce pigment, that are clumped together. Abnormal moles, though not malignant, may indicate a predisposition to developing…

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Pigmentation Problems

Pigment is the natural color of one’s skin. Healthy skin appears generally even in tone and texture, but skin problems and disorders may arise due to genetics or environmental factors. Some types of pigmentation problems include hyperpigmentation, where skin darkens,…

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Wrinkles

As we age, our bodies undergo many changes, especially our skin. Skin cells begin to divide more slowly, and the dermis, or the skin’s inner layer, begins to thin and lose elasticity. In addition, skin loses its ability to hold…

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Rosacea

Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes redness and the appearance of blood vessels and acne-like bumps on the face. Symptoms can flare up for hours to months. It most commonly affects middle-aged men and women with light skin,…

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Excessive Sweating

It is normal and healthy to sweat when temperatures are high or when you’re exercising, but some suffer from excessive sweating when there is no biological reason to. This condition is known medically as hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis affects two to three…

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Blood Vessels

The visibility of blood vessels through the skin is a common condition affecting an estimated 30 to 60 percent of adults. It is most common in women, especially those with light skin. Visible blood vessels are often caused by: Heredity.…

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