Medical Dermatology

Because you deserve healthy skin.


Acne, psoriasis, eczema and other skin disorders can affect your appearance and your quality of life. Our top-rated medical dermatologists treat range of skin conditions, including diagnosing skin cancer and performing Moh's surgery.


Acne is a disease that can affect the face, chest, and back; it can be treated with topical creams and laser technology.

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Actinic Keratosis

Actinic keratosis (AK), also known as solar keratosis, by far the most common precancer, is the result of prolonged exposure to sunlight.

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Contact Dermatitis

Contact Dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin that manifests as a localized rash or irritation, in area of the skin that was in contact with an irritant.

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Cradle Cap

Cradle cap (or seborrheic dermatitis, as it is known medically) is a condition that causes a red, scaly, itchy rash on the scalp.

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Diaper Rash

A diaper rash is one of the most common skin disorders in infants and toddlers and is marked by a bright red rash in your child’s diaper area.

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Dry Skin (Xerosis)

Also known as dry skin, Xerosis is prevalent when the skin appears dull and flaky.

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Also known as atopic dermatitis, eczema is a skin condition involving itching and inflammation that most commonly affects the arms and knees

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Excisions & Re-Excisions

Surgical excision is used to treat all types of skin cancer.

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Fungal Infection

Fungal infections such as tinea pedis (athlete’s foot) and ringworm (tinea corporis) can be treated with topical medications.

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Excessive Sweating

Palms, feet, underarms, and head are the most common areas where excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, is evident. Common non-invasive treatments include Botox and mirDry.

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Irregular Brown Spots

Irregular brown spots on the skin may also be referred to as hyperpigmentation, liver spots, or sun spots, as they tend to appear on sun-exposed areas of the body.

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Keloid Scars

A keloid scar occurs when scar tissue continues to form after a wound has closed, and is usually pink or purple.

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Melasma is a common skin disorder (of skin discoloration) that is often associated with sun exposure, estrogen supplements, birth control pills, and pregnancy.

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Although these common growths are rarely a cause for concern, changes in their shape, size, or pigmentation may require a doctor’s attention.

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As the body ages, it is very common for growths, lumps, bumps, and moles to develop on the skins surface.

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Nail Disease

“Nail disease” refers to various conditions affecting the nails and the skin surrounding them and may indicate anemia, lung disease, heart disease, diabetes or other medical conditions.

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Pediatric Dermatology

Our pediatric dermatology specialists offer education, consultation and medical management of skin diseases in all pediatric age groups.

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Port Wine Stains

A port-wine stain is a benign birthmark that is caused by enlarged capillaries under the skins surface.

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A common skin condition that affects more than 3% of Americans and more than 5 million adults, psoriasis is when white/silver scaly patches called scales appear on the skin.

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Rashes are typically defined as any change in the skin’s normal color, appearance, or texture

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Rosacea is a condition usually highlighted by redness, pimples and pus-filled bumps or pustules on the nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead.

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Scar Revision

Lasers can treat certain skin conditions and also reduce the appearance of scarring.

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Nobody welcomes the idea of having a sexually transmitted disease, but if you or a loved one becomes infected you can visit one of our board-certified dermatologists for help.

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Vein Treatments

For some people, varicose veins can be a painful problem, but in most cases, the treatment of visible veins is a cosmetic concern.

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Vitiligo (White Spots)

Vitiligo is a condition that develops when the melanin producing cells die or no longer produce melanin, causing white patches or pigment-free patches to appear on the skin’s surface.

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Warts are small, blister-like growths on the skin and may itch or hurt depending on their location.

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XTRAC Laser for Skin Conditions

For individuals afflicted with conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo and select types of eczema, Advanced Dermatology specializes in XTRAC Laser, an advanced therapeutic option.

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