We provide the expert skin care you need
Your skin’s health is our primary concern at Associates in Dermatology. Our medical treatments include skin disorders, infections, and growths using the latest clinical procedures and research. If you have any of these skin issues, schedule a medical consult with us today.
Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). They typically appear as rough, raised bumps on the skin, and can be either painful or painless. Warts can be treated with medications, freezing, laser therapy, or by having them surgically removed.
Cysts are fluid-filled sacs that can develop anywhere in the body. They range in size from very small to very large. Cysts can be either be present at birth or they can form over time. Some types of cysts can be removed using surgery, while others may require medication or drainage.
Moles are patches of skin with darker pigment than the surrounding skin. Moles vary in size and are typically harmless; however, any changes in their size, shape, or color should be checked by a dermatologist. Treatment may include topical medications, freezing, or surgical removal.
Skin Tag Removal
Skin tags are small, soft skin growths that hang off the skin. They are caused by friction between adjacent skin and typically appear in areas where clothing rubs against the skin. Although they are harmless, skin tags can be removed with freezing, snipping, or laser therapy.
We offer a variety of treatments for hair loss including topical minoxidil and oral finasteride. Learn More about the types and causes of hair loss and contact us to discuss your condition.
We diagnose and treat common nail disorders such as fungal nail infections and nail psoriasis. Click here for 7 tips on how to manage and reduce nail psoriasis.
Our specialists diagnose and treat oral disorders such as aphthous ulcers, lichen planus and leukoplakia. We provide medications to help manage the symptoms of these conditions.
Cancer & Skin Damage
Skin Cancer Detection and Treatment
We offer comprehensive total skin examinations in order to screen for skin cancer. If a cancer is found our staff will talk with you about the most up to date treatments for basal cell, squamous cell or melanoma skin cancer. The treatments may include surgical excision or in some cases treatment with a topical cream or oral medication.
Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma
A type of skin cancer that is often difficult to diagnose and treat. The risk of developing this rare cancer increases with age. This cancer begins when white blood cells called T-lymphocytes mutate and turn into cancer cells. Learn More. At Associates in Dermatology, we are experienced in diagnosing and treating CTCL.
A skin condition caused by sun exposure. It often appears as rough, scaly patches on the skin. We offer specialized treatments to help reduce the effects of actinic keratosis, including cryotherapy, topical medications, and laser therapy.
Sun Sensitivity & Sun Damage
Sun sensitivity and sun damage can lead to serious skin conditions, including skin cancer. Our comprehensive treatments help protect your skin from sun damage. See how the sun damages your skin and ways to prevent skin sun damage with information here. Our team can provide you with personalized skin care recommendations to help you prevent sun damage and reduce your risk of skin cancer.
Acne is a common skin condition characterized by red, inflamed pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads.
Adult acne is a common condition that affects many adults, typically between the ages of 20 and 40.
Psoriasis Treatment Center
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition caused by an overactive immune system that causes cells to build up on the skin's surface.
Eczema is a chronic skin condition that can cause dry and scaly skin, rashes, and itchiness.
Spider veins are small, red, or blue veins that often appear on the legs or face. Varicose veins and spider veins develop when tiny, one-way valves inside the veins weaken causing blood flow accumulation increasing pressure on the walls of the vein.
Vitiligo is a skin condition characterized by patches of pale white or pink skin. It is caused by a lack of melanin, the pigment responsible for giving the skin its color.
Anti-aging treatments are designed to help reduce the signs of aging on the skin such as wrinkles and saggy skin.
Melasma is a skin condition characterized by patches of dark brown or gray skin. Common treatments for melasma include sun protection, chemical peels, and topical medications.
Lupus is an autoimmune disease that affects the skin. Symptoms can vary from mild redness and grittiness to severe itching, inflammation, and rashes.