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A dermatologist is a physician that treats numerous skin, hair, and nail conditions in children and adults. 

The dermatologist provides comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, and treatments of common conditions such as acne, psoriasis, eczema, infections of the skin, conditions resulting from allergies, nail problems (due to psoriasis or fungus, for example), hair and scalp disorders (secondary to infection, chemicals, or genetics), skin conditions associated with autoimmunity. 

The dermatologist provides full body screenings and then can diagnose and treat various skin cancers such as basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma.  Dermatology also includes numerous aesthetic assessments and treatments including through chemical peels, injectable fillers, Botox/Dysport, removal of benign growths and leg vein treatment.


Many medical conditions are chronic, meaning successful treatment can be achieved, but multiple or long term treatments may be necessary and the condition can recur. Some examples of these conditions follow. The appearance of the various conditions can vary from the examples presented here. To view details for any condition, simply click on the condition title.

Skin infections tend to be superficial and often are not life threatening. In fact, some can resolve spontaneously, while others are not even contagious.

Hair Loss can be treated. However, the time it takes to see significant improvement, in many conditions, can make the process frustrating.

Full skin exams are essential in detecting skin cancers. These exams also make patients aware of many benign growths that can provide reassurance.

Benign growths, precancers, and skin cancers can be removed surgically, with topical modalities, and with a variety of devices, such as cautery and liquid nitrogen.

Many skin conditions can effect self-confidence and esteem due to its visible appearance. Excessive sweating can cause similar embarrassment.

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This condition can interfere with daily routines. Thus, treatment can greatly improve quality of life. There are topical, oral and injectable treatment options. Depending on location, medical devices are available. In the most severe cases, surgical options can be considered.


Aesthetic dermatology can be directly associated with many medical dermatologic conditions. It can also be the sole concern for women, men, and children. There are various treatment options to address these cosmetic issues.

Botox/Dysport: These are products injected into the muscle to temporarily decrease muscle movements that contribute to line formation.

Fillers: There are many ingredients used to fill lines and folds. The most common ingredient is hyaluronic acid, which is found in Restylane, Perlane, and Juvederm.

Sculptura: This injectable is often thought of as a filler, but it is injected to allow for collagen formation, thus giving a better, longer lasting effect on increasing the volume of the face.

Chemical Peels: These agents provide multiple benefits. There are peels that provide anti-aging effects, decrease dark pigmentation and sun spots, help in the treatment of acne and acne scarring, and can simply rejuvenate the skin. Not all chemical peels are amenable for certain skin types, thus it is important to have the proper initial assessment.

Sclerotherapy: The appearance of spider veins is improved by injecting a solution into multiple small vessels. Multiple treatments and recurrence is the rule.

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