General Dermatology

Skin is important. It is our largest and only organ that exists inside and outside of our bodies, making it vulnerable to internal disorders and external harm. Skin plays a critical role in regulating our temperature, alerting us to pain, and allowing us to enjoy touch.

This is why we are committed to providing comprehensive dermatology care and education for our patients. It is never too late or early to pay attention to skin.

Our Services

We offer education and medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology services for adults, young and old, including:

  • Acne (acne vulgaris): A common skin condition stemming from clogged skin pores that results in blackheads, whiteheads, and other pimples.
  • Actinic Keratoses ("AKs"): Rough, scaly skin patches caused by long-term sun exposure that can become cancerous.
  • Eczema (atopic dermatitis): A chronic condition that causes itchy, dry, and swollen skin.
  • Genital Warts ​(Human Papillomavirus): Warts in the genital area caused by a sexually transmitted infection (STI).
  • Hair Loss (alopecia): Baldness or hair loss caused by a number of factors, like genes, lifestyle, infections, etc.
  • Lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus): A chronic autoimmune disease that typically results in butterfly-shaped rashes over the cheeks and nose.
  • Psoriasis: A chronic condition that leads to dry, scaly patches of swollen skin on the body, most often the scalp.
  • Moles​ (nevi): A common skin growth that presents as dark or pigmented spots on the body and can be benign or cancerous.
  • Molluscum Contagiosum: An infection that results in small, spreadable sores on the body.
  • Nail Conditions: Various conditions, like bacterial and fungal infections, ingrown nails, discoloration, etc.
  • Rashes: Acute itchy, red, and often painful patches of skin with many causes, including allergies, bacteria, viruses, and chronic conditions.
  • Rosacea: A chronic condition that causes long-term redness and flushing on the face.
  • Skin cancerThe most commonly diagnosed cancer in humans that develops in the outer layer of skin and can spread throughout the body if untreated.
  • Vitiligo: A chronic autoimmune disorder that causes patches skin to lose its color.
  • Warts: Small, grainy, benign skin growths.
  • And much more...