Medical Dermatology

Medical Dermatology

Acne

Acne is a very common skin condition affecting many adolescents and adults. Known as zits, pimples, cysts, breakouts, blemishes, whiteheads, blackheads, comedones, pustules, acne impacts about 85 percent of the population at some point during their lifetime.

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Actinic Keratoses

Actinic keratoses (AKs) are common cutaneous lesions that occur on sun-exposed areas particularly in blond or red-haired, fair-skinned individuals with green or blue eyes. They of course can occur in patients that do not possess these phenotypic features and relate most directly to cumulative sun exposure.

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Aerolase for Acne

Aerolase NeoClear is a short pulse, 1064 nanometer laser that penetrates deep into the dermis to target acne, acne scarring and normalize skin.

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Aerolase for Melasma

Aerolase NeoClear is a short pulse, 1064 nanometer laser that penetrates deep into the dermis to target pigment of melasma.

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Aerolase for Nail Fungus

Aerolase NeoClear is a short pulse, 1064 nanometer laser that penetrates deep underneath the nail plate to target and destroy fungal elements allowing normal healthy nail to grow.

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Basal Cell Carcinoma

Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common form of skin cancer; an estimated 2.8 million BCCs are diagnosed annually in the US.  In fact, it is the most common of all cancers.

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Biopsy of Skin Lesion

A biopsy of a skin lesion can determine the difference between a skin cancer and a benign, non-cancerous lesion. The skin sample obtained during a biopsy is sent to a laboratory for examination.

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Chemical Peels

Unclog the pores, diminish colonization of the skin with acne causing Propionibacterium acnes. Address skin irregularities like discolorations and acne scarring.

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Dysplastic (Atypical) Mole

Dysplastic or atypical nevi/moles have a potential of progressing into melanoma.

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Excessive Sweating

Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) of the palms, feet face, and underarms can be treated with a simple 15-30 minute outpatient session of BOTOX/DYSPORT/Xeomin/Jeuveau.

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