Acne – Acne is a condition that can affect patients of almost all ages. We treat this condition with a combination of in-office procedures, topical creams/washes, and oral medications including Accutane. We focus on treating the acne scarring, discoloration, along with the acne itself.
Rosacea – Commonly called “Adult Acne”, rosacea is a condition that mostly affects adults. It can exist as multiple papules on the face, redness on the cheeks, or as a condition that affects the eyes or nose. This condition is treated with topical medications, life-style changes, and/or oral medication.
Warts – Verruca or warts is a common condition, and has been discovered to be the result of a viral infection. HPV (Human papillomavirus) is a virus that causes warts and has numerous different types. We treat this condition with cryotherapy, topical compound creams and injections.
Hyperpigmentation – Hyperpigmentation, or commonly known as “dark spots”, is a common skin disorder of patients with brown skin. This disorder can be disheartening for patients, as it often doesn’t allow them to feel they are their best selves. This can be treated with several different modalities, from certain washes, compound medical creams, and sun-protective measures.
Eczema – Eczema is a general name for a multitude of disorders including, but not limited to: atopic dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, dyshidrotic eczema, and nummular eczema. These conditions are characteristically itchy, red and inflamed. Eczema is treated best with lifestyle/bathing optimization, topical medications, injections and oral medications as well.
Psoriasis – Psoriasis is a dysregulation of the immune system within your skin. While the condition commonly affects the elbows and knees, it can also affect the scalp, and lead to hair loss if not controlled. Psoriasis is also important cause of joint pain/damage. This condition can be treated with in-office procedures, topical medications, oral medications, and injections.
Keloids – A keloid is more than just a scar and it can worsen over time. This growth can develop after traumatic injuries, surgical scars or on resolution of acne lesions. It is important to treat these lesions as they can be disfiguring and symptomatic (itching, pain). We treat these lesions with a combination of injections, medical devices, and surgical removal (for the right lesion and patient).
These are highlights of some conditions we treat, but does not include all of what our expertise can handle.