We treat a wide variety of pediatric skin conditions from birth through adolescence.
XTRAC treatment uses ultraviolet light to reduce the appearance of large patches of psoriasis outbreaks.
A board-certified dermatologist can do a detailed spot check on a mole or spot that has changed color, shape or overall look.
We encourage you to regularly schedule your skin examination with one of our providers- especially if you are at risk for skin cancer,
Treatment options for skin cancer and precancerous skin lesions vary, depending on size, type, depth and location.
A rash is any inflammatory condition of the skin. Dermatologists have developed various terms to describe skin rashes.
There are several treatments for precancerous lesions that can turn into squamous cell skin cancer.
Most moles are harmless, and rarely become cancerous. However, monitoring them and other pigmented patches is an important step in detecting skin cancer.
Mohs (or Mohs Micrographic) surgery is a precise surgical technique used to treat the most common skin cancers basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma.
Depending on the condition, an autoimmune disorder can affect a variety of organs, joints, muscles or other bodily tissues.
Patch testing is the process that detects allergic dermatitis from some factor that a person has contacted at home, at leisure or at work.
Rosacea can occur in anyone. But, it most commonly affects middle aged women who have fair skin. It can also be mistaken for acne, an allergic reaction or other skin problems.
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) uses growth factors circulating within your own blood to stimulate the hair follicles to grow.
Associates in Dermatology wants to keep you and your family safe and want you to be familiar with the current recommendations for COVID- 19. Our offices are open and still here for your dermatologic needs with a few changes.
IF YOU ARE ILL WITH SYMPTOMS OF FLU, PLEASE DO NOT COME INTO THE OFFICE WHERE YOU MIGHT SPREAD INFECTION.
Please call your primary care provider first and speak with clinical staff to determine if you need an appointment or homecare advice. We do not conduct testing in our clinics for COVID-19. We ask that you reschedule your appointment if you have a fever, cough or flu like symptoms. Additionally, if you have traveled on an airplane or cruise ship or have been out of the country in the last two weeks or have been in contact or have been tested for COVID 19 we would ask that you contact our office to reschedule. If the matter is urgent you may request to leave a message and we will notify your provider’s team to contact you.
What to expect upon arrival of your appointment?
Prior to entering the building, you will be asked a series of screening questions
Your temperature will be taken at the time of entry to the buildings
If your screen is negative, you will be allowed to enter the building and proceed to the check-in desk
Be advised we are asking non-essential guests, who accompany patients, to wait in their car to limit the number of patients in our waiting areas.
The best way to fight the COVID-19 is to wash your hands.
For the latest updates on COVID-19 and its potential spread in the United States, visit the CDC’s designated COVID-19 website:
COVID-19: What You Need to Know
What To Do If You Are Sick
15 Days to Slow the Spread
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