Dermatology Concerns

Acne

Acne is one of the most common skin conditions we see in both teenagers and adults. The condition can start early in the pre-teen years (as young as age 8) and persist through adolescence into early adulthood.

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Actinic Keratosis

An actinic keratosis (AK), also called a solar keratosis, is a scaly, rough growth on the skin caused by UV damage.

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Actinic Purpura

Actinic purpura is a skin condition in which small purple splotches or bruises form on the forearms and hands.

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Alopecia

Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss. The most common type of hair loss is called androgenetic, or hereditary pattern hair loss. It tends to run in families and can occur in both men and women, starting in the early 20s.

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Crow’s Feet

Crow’s feet, also known as laugh or smile lines, are the given name for the lines around the outer corner of your eye.

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Cysts

Cysts are harmless pockets of skin that develop most commonly on the back, neck, or scalp.

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Eczema

Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a common dry, itchy rash seen mostly in children. It can start in infancy and persist into late childhood, usually resolving or reducing in adulthood.

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Facial Volume Loss

Facial volume loss is usually noticeable in the form of hollow/sunken cheeks or temples and thin lips.

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Fungal Infections

Fungal infections are any disease caused by a fungus. These infections can happen to anyone, even to otherwise healthy people.

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Hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation typically results from the overproduction of melanin by pigment-producing cells in the body known as melanocytes.

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Keratosis Pilaris

Keratosis pilaris is a harmless skin condition that causes rough patches and tiny bumps on the skin.

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Moles

Moles (pigmented nevi) are normal growths in the skin. Most are either brown and flat or minimally elevated, but some can be more raised, skin-colored, pink, grey, or even blue. Moles sometimes appear in “crops,” especially during adolescence.

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Molluscum

Molluscum is a virus spread by skin contact that appears most commonly in children and appears as a few small pink bumps with a central white core.

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Psoriasis

Psoriasis is an autoimmune condition that can affect the skin and joints. In the skin, psoriasis appears as a persistent red rash with thick white scales that are often tender and itchy.

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Rosacea

Rosacea is a skin condition that appears as redness, flushing, small pimples, and broken blood vessels on the cheeks, nose, and chin.

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Seborrheic Dermatitis

Seborrheic dermatitis is a skin condition that tends to wax and wane over time and appears as flaky, red patches around the eyebrows, ears, nose, or scalp.

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Seborrheic Keratosis & Skin Tags

Seborrheic keratosis (or keratoses for plural) is a harmless growth on the skin that can appear on all adults in middle age or later.

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Shingles

Shingles is a painful rash that is caused by the varicella-zoster virus. It usually appears as a band or strip of blisters on one side of the body that goes from the spine around the front to the breastbone.

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Skin Cancer

There are three main types of skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), and melanoma.

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Stasis Dermatitis

Stasis dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin in the lower legs caused by fluid buildup. This condition commonly develops in people who have poor circulation.

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Warts

Warts are harmless and very common skin growths caused by a skin virus called HPV. They can grow on any part of the body and their appearance depends on their location.

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Winter Itch/Dry Skin

Winter itch is a term for dry skin that occurs when the temperature drops. During the winter months, the cold air can dry out your skin’s natural barrier, causing dry, irritated, itchy skin.

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Wrinkles & Fine Lines

Wrinkles and fine lines are caused by a combination of repetitive facial movements, skin laxity, and a loss of collagen.

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