General Skin Conditions
Diagnosis and treatment of general and common skin conditions
We provide comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of all medical disorders and conditions that primarily affect the skin. This includes acute dermatological conditions such as rashes and acne, and chronic skin diseases such as psoriasis and rosacea.
Mole Checks and Skin Checks
Diagnosis of cancerous, precancerous, and non-cancerous growths
Getting a yearly mole or skin check (also known as a skin cancer screening) is an excellent precaution for protecting the health of your skin, especially if you have a family history of skin cancer or are considered at high risk based on other factors. Skin and mole checks are integral for the early detection of any problematic skin growths (abnormal but non-cancerous, precancerous, and cancerous growths), and for giving an up-to-date assessment on your skin cancer risk.
Diagnosis and treatment of general and common skin conditions for infants to teens
Children (from the period of infancy up to the end of adolescence) may become vulnerable to a number of dermatological conditions and disorders as they grow and develop. We diagnose and treat all skin conditions that affect children of all ages, which include but are not limited to: warts and other viral skin infections, common bacterial and fungal skin infections, eczema, hemangioma, hives, atopic dermatitis, and acne.
- Viral rashes
Complex Medical Dermatology
Rare skin disorders and diseases are classified under the field of complex dermatology. Patients who are suffering from complex and uncommon skin conditions require meticulous medical monitoring and innovative therapies to successfully manage and control their symptoms. We specialize in providing advanced medical treatment for complex skin disorders and diseases, which include autoimmune syndromes like lupus and scleroderma, and other rare diseases like Hidradenitis suppurativa, chromohidrosis (colored sweat), and more.
- Monitoring of disease and treatment with cutting edge medications
- Hidradenitis suppurativa
- Autoimmune diseases such as lupus, lichen planus, bullous pemphigoid and vulgaris
Allergic Reactions of the Skin
Your skin can develop allergic reactions to a large number of things, which may produce symptoms of varying mildness or severity, depending on the extent of your exposure to the identified irritant. We treat all skin allergy conditions, such as contact dermatitis, allergic side effect to specific medications or foods, and hives.
- Hives, whelps, and urticaria
- Allergic contact dermatitis
- Allergic reactions to medications
Hair Diseases / Hair Loss
We treat all conditions and disorders that primarily affect the hair and scalp, which include hair loss in men and women, excessive hair shedding, idiopathic hirsutism in women and children, hair shaft abnormalities, and more.
Nail Diseases and Infections
Most people often don’t consider the importance of their nails, despite the fact that our nails are generally good indicators of our overall health. We treat all types of diseases that predominantly affect the nails, which can be caused by a number of things, such as: infections (bacterial, viral, and fungal), injuries, structural abnormalities (both acquired or congenital), and underlying medical conditions (diabetes, nutritional deficiency, etc).
Diseases of the Lips, Mouth, and Tongue
We specialize in comprehensive medical treatment for all types of diseases and conditions that mainly affect the mouth, lips, and tongue, which include but are not limited to: cold sores, thrush (yeast infection), black hairy tongue, canker sores, Lichen Planus, and more.
We diagnose and treat all infections of the skin caused by bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Common bacterial infections include abscesses, boils, impetigo, and cellulitis. The most prevalent viral infections of the skin are warts (caused by the HPV virus), chickenpox/shingles (caused by the herpes zoster virus), and molluscum contagiosum. Fungal infections can also occur on the skin, which include typical skin disorders such as athlete’s foot and jock itch, ringworm, tinea versicolor, and cutaneous candidiasis.