Dermatology Physicians, Inc. Dermatology Physicians, Inc. provides a full range of the latest general dermatology services. Diagnosis and treatment of the following skin conditions is available:
- Skin Cancer
Treatment for acne has come a long way; virtually every case of acne is curable nowadays. However, keep in mind that resolution takes time, different treatments work for different people, and a dermatologist can help. That’s where Dermatology Physicians, Inc., comes in. We work individually with each person to find the remedy that is most helpful for you.
Moles are small patches of skin that look different from the surrounding skin. Some moles are flat and others raised, and they can range in color from tan to light brown to black. Some people are born with moles, and if the moles never change shape or color, there is no problem. Even if they do start to change, this does not necessarily mean you should worry. However, it is always wise to show a physician, preferably a dermatologist, any mole that shows changes. At Dermatology Physicians, Inc., our dermatologists have the expertise and the experience to make a diagnosis or decide if removal or biopsy is necessary.
Psoriasis is a common skin condition that results in red, dry patches of thickened skin. Psoriasis commonly affects the skin of the elbows, knees, scalp, and ears. Currently there is no cure for it, but there are remedies to make it better and it also may have periods of spontaneous remission. We have Xtrac and Narrow Band Lasers to treat psoriasis.
The word “rash” is not an exact medical term, but refers to an outbreak of bumps on the skin. This outbreak can be widespread or localized and can refer to various disease conditions. Although not usually dangerous, it is better for a physician to make a diagnosis rather than you trying to figure it out yourself. At Dermatology Physicians, Inc., we have the experience, knowledge and state-of-the-art equipment to help you find the underlying cause of your skin problems.
A benign skin disorder affecting many people worldwide, rosacea mainly shows up in people with fair or light skin. As of 2008, the World Health Organization estimated that at least 14 million people in the United States suffer from it. If you have red or pink patches on your face, visible broken blood vessels, small red bumps, red cysts and pink or irritated eyes, you could be suffering from rosacea. You may not even know that you have rosacea or that a physician can diagnose and treat it. Talk to one of our doctors here at Dermatology Physicians, Inc. We can help you!
The most dangerous skin cancer is melanoma, which develops in the pigment cells of the skin. It is more dangerous than other skin cancers because it is more likely to metastasize, or spread, to other parts of the body. About 50,000 new cases of melanoma are diagnosed in the United States every year. When melanoma is diagnosed and treated early, it is curable.
The first line of defense against melanoma is YOU! Any time that you see something that wasn’t there before on your skin, or a spot that has changed, make an appointment with your dermatologist. Your doctor at Dermatology Physicians, Inc., has the experience and the knowledge to know whether to make further tests or dismiss it as normal skin changes, which most are.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) infection causes common warts, which are only mildly contagious. They also affect just one part of the body (for example, the hands or the feet) without spreading further. Although not serious, there are several treatments that your physician can offer to rid you of this annoying condition.