Dermatology Skin Conditions

Your skin does a lot for your body.

It protects you from external factors like bacteria, infection, chemical exposure, injury, temperature, and sunlight—to name a few.

It’s also your body’s largest organ and one of the most complicated. For these reasons, it’s prone to several dermatological conditions like acne, wrinkles, rashes, cancer, and more.

Help keep it healthy with regular check-ups and advanced dermatological services.

Advanced Dermatology offers a wide array of medical, cosmetic, and laser dermatological services to people of all ages and skin tones.

Our board-certified physicians provide the most up-to-date, advanced techniques to treat unique skin conditions in Chadds Ford, PA; Paramus Park, NJ; Summit, NJ; Stratford, CT; Norwalk, CT; and several convenient locations across New York.

Common Skin Conditions We Treat

We diagnose and treat several types of skin conditions, helping you find relief from uncomfortable, embarrassing, or worrisome issues.

Acne is a common skin condition that occurs when your hair follicles get clogged and become inflamed. Dermatological treatments can help you manage your acne and improve the overall appearance of your skin.
Acne scars include any marks left behind on the skin once acne has healed. They can range from superficial discoloration to deep scarring. Learn about our available treatment options.
Actinic keratosis are rough, scaly patches of precancerous skin caused by years of sun exposure. Find out about our available treatment options.
Age spots are flat, tan, brown, or black spots on the skin. Our available treatment methods can help rejuvenate your skin and give you a more youthful appearance.
Skin becomes thinner with age, causing fine lines, wrinkles, and more. Learn to spot common signs of aging skin and the anti-aging treatments you need for a more youthful appearance.
Discover how our skin patch and in-depth allergy testing diagnose and guide treatment for skin issues caused by medication, cosmetics, insect stings, latex, and more.
Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder that causes hair loss in both men and women. This type of hair loss in women can manifest as patchy bald spots on the scalp, eyebrows, or eyelashes. The exact cause of alopecia areata remains unclear, but it is thought to involve a combination of genetic and environmental factors.
Arthritis can lead to itchy skin rashes, painful ulcers, and a loss of sensation in the skin. Get information about the impact of arthritis on the skin and skincare tips to relieve symptoms.
Learn about the relationship between asthma and dermatological symptoms and the best treatment options.
Basal cell carcinoma is a type of skin cancer that begins in the cells of the epidermis. Read about the available treatment options from Advanced Dermatology.
Broken blood vessels, or spider veins, are caused by trauma, injury, sun exposure, aging, or hormone changes. Discover the prevention and treatment methods for your unique needs.
Carpal tunnel syndrome can cause several dermatological symptoms, including contact dermatitis, dry skin (xerosis), and painful inflammation. Learn how to protect your skin with proper management of carpal tunnel syndrome.
Oily skin, dull skin, dark spots, skin rashes, and forehead wrinkles are the most common complexion problems. Our specialized treatments and powerful skincare products are carefully designed to target your specific concerns, helping you achieve radiant, rejuvenated skin.
Contact dermatitis is a rash caused by irritants and allergens. Learn the steps you can take to protect your skin.
Cradle cap, or seborrheic dermatitis, is a common skin condition in infants caused by excessive oil production. Understand the best treatments for cradle cap and when to seek help from our board-certified physicians.
Learn how to prevent severe diaper rash, when to seek treatment, and which treatments are the best for your baby.
Symptoms of dry skin include flaking, cracking, itching, and infection. Learn common causes of dry skin and the best remedies.
Find out how Dupuytren’s Contracture surgery can remove thick, taut skin in your palm and restore your ability to straighten your fingers and hand.
Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition that causes itchiness, rashes, dry skin, blisters, and infections. Feel better with safe, effective treatment options from Advanced Dermatology.
A weakened immune system, direct contact, or poor hygiene can cause fungal infections. Find out about common symptoms and minimally invasive treatment options.
Ganglion cysts are non-malignant, fluid-filled sacs that can appear on the hands and wrists. Learn about common symptoms and whether surgical removal or aspiration is right for you.
Dealing with genital warts can be uncomfortable and distressing. These common sexually transmitted infections can cause itching and burning sensations in the genital area. Learn about the best treatment methods tailored to your unique needs from Advanced Dermatology.
Hives are raised, often itchy bumps or welts on the skin. Learn what causes them and how you can feel better faster.
Hyperhidrosis is abnormally excessive sweating, often unrelated to body temperature or exercise. Find out about the available treatment options at Advanced Dermatology.
Irregular brown spots are caused by hyperpigmentation, aging, melasma, medications, or chemicals. Find out why medical evaluation is crucial and how you can treat them.
Keloid scars are raised scars after an injury is healed. Learn what causes them and dermatological treatment options.
Melanoma can occur at any age. Learn about the risk factors, prevention, and early detection of melanoma in children.
Melasma is a skin condition in which brown patches appear on the face. Understand the causes, symptoms, and treatment of melasma for all ages and skin types.
Moles are a common and usually benign type of skin growth formed by clusters of pigment-producing cells. They require immediate evaluation by a certified dermatologist if they change in size, shape, color or exhibit irregular edges.
Get a comprehensive overview of moles and abnormal skin growths like dermatofibromas, dermoid cysts, freckles, keloids, lipomas, moles, and more.
Our fingernails and toenails are constantly exposed, which increases their risk of injury, infection, and disease. Read about common nail diseases and their management.
Learn about these benign, reddish birthmarks and how to eliminate them with one of our leading-edge treatment options. You don’t have to live with a port wine stain condition.
Pregnancy acne is a common skin condition that can cause blemishes on the face, neck, back, and chest. Learn about our pregnancy-safe and effective acne treatment options.
Psoriasis is a condition in which skin cells build up and form thick dry patches on the surface of the skin. Learn more about psoriasis and our available treatment methods.
There are several types of skin rashes, each with their own unique cause. Discover the different types, causes, and treatments for skin rashes.
Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes blushing, redness, and often red, pus-filled bumps on the face. Find out how to safely manage the signs and symptoms of rosacea.
Learn about the types of scars and how to minimize their appearance with safe, effective treatment options from Advanced Dermatology.
Bumps, itching, redness, and other skin allergy symptoms are common. Learn more about skin allergies, their causes, and proven strategies for prevention and treatment.
Skin cancer is an abnormal growth of cells that can look like a spot, sore, lump, or discolored patch on the skin. Understand the different types of skin cancer and learn early detection techniques.
Learn about the risk factors, prevention, and early detection of melanoma.
Spider veins are damaged blood vessels just beneath the skin’s surface. See common causes, treatment options, and prevention strategies for spider veins.
Squamous cell carcinoma is a common skin cancer that develops in the middle and outer layers of the skin. Get a better understanding of squamous cell carcinoma and available treatment options.
Many STDs have dermatological symptoms, like rashes, eczema, and dry, itchy skin, which can cause physical and emotional distress. Find out how the compassionate team at Advanced Dermatology can diagnose and treat your STD while helping alleviate the painful skin conditions that often accompany them.
Stretch marks are indented, reddened streaks that typically appear on the skin following rapid weight gain. Learn how to prevent stretch marks and minimize their appearance with proven treatments.
Understanding and managing acne in teenagers is important for protecting their skin from long-lasting damage and scarring. Learn what causes teen acne and how to treat it.
Trigger finger occurs when a finger gets stuck in a bent position and then snaps straight. Discover dermatological symptoms and treatment of trigger finger.
Get a comprehensive overview of vein conditions and available treatments from Advanced Dermatology.
Warts are a skin infection caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Learn how to successfully treat warts and the precautions you can take to avoid recurrence.
Vitiligo is an autoimmune disease that causes a loss of skin pigmentation in patches. Learn what causes it and how to manage it with medication, photodynamic therapy, and more.

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