PROCEDURES

Information About Medical Dermatology Procedures

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Many adults, teens, and children suffer from acne, which can cause a lot of embarrassment and frustration but several treatment options are available.

Alopecia areata is hair loss that can occur in men and women of all ages, resulting in patches of rapidly thinning hair or baldness on the scalp.

Dermatitis is a general term for the inflammation of the skin, but it can arise in several different forms, such as eczema, seborrhea, or atopic.

Eczema is a common skin condition in adults, teens, and children that causes itchy patches of skin on various areas of the body but can be treated.

Rashes or hives are irritating skin conditions that develop as red, itchy patches of skin that can be flat or present themselves as bumps or welts.

Psoriasis is a skin disorder that causes the skin cells to build up or multiply at a rapid rate, resulting in scaly, dry, itchy patches of skin.

Rosacea is a skin condition that can occur on all skin types but is most common among patients with fair skin, resulting in red patches on the cheeks.

A nail disorder can be classified as a disease or infection of the fingernails or toenails but can be improved with prescription drugs or ointments.

Lesion removal is a dermal procedure that carefully addresses benign moles, warts, skin tags, or keratosis through surgical and nonsurgical methods.

A dermal infection is a fungal or bacterial infection of the skin that can cause significant irritation and serious issues if left untreated.

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