Please pick one of the following Dermatology topics to learn more about our dermatology services.
- What Is The Cause Of Acne And How Can It Be Treated and Prevented?
- Types of Skin Infections
- Everything you need to know about Athlete’s Foot and Ringworm
- Poison Sumac, Oak and Ivy
- Proper Nail Care
- Head Lice: just a Nuisance or Something more Dangerous?
- Diaper Rash: What it is and how it can affect your Loved Ones
- Treating Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating)
- Sunscreen Info
- Summer Skin Cancer Information
- Say What About Warts?!
- Rosacea Is Anything But Rosy
- Straight Talk On Eczema
- Hair Loss 101
- Skin Pigmentation Disorders 101
- Rashes 101
- Nail Fungus 101
- Herpes Simplex 101
Dermatology Service: Treating Acne
Do you suffer from acne? It can be stressful and can take a toll on your self-esteem and your social life. Don’t worry though, you are not alone! Millions of Americans suffer from acne, as well as many more people all around the world. Being the number one skin affliction, acne comes in many forms; white and/or blackheads and blemishes. Typically, teenagers are the age group that suffers from acne the most, not just in terms of numbers but also in terms of severity. However, the truth is many adults have issues with acne also. Acne can be very mild and acute or it can be very severe, painful and chronic.
Dermatology Service: Skin Infections
There are many types of skin infections, but they usually fall into three categories: Fungal, Bacterial and Viral. Each of these come with their own symptoms, issues and treatments.
Dermatology Service: Athlete’s Foot
Fungal infections come in many forms and levels of severity. Two of the most common diagnoses are athlete’s foot and ringworm, both of which are part of the tinea family of fungal infections. Even though they are of the same family and grow in similar damp and warm conditions, the signs and symptoms of each disease is different.
Poison Sumac, oak and ivy are all plants in the Toxicodendron family. They often cause an allergic reaction called contact dermatitis, which often results in an itchy, red rash that often takes the form of tiny blisters. Contact dermatitis is the most commonly diagnosed skin problem in people who have been in contact with plants.
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