How Can We Help You?
Team Dermatology is equipped to treat a broad range of dermatological conditions. We hold our team of doctors and board certified experts to the exceptionally high standards, meaning that the care you’ll receive in our stylish office setting will be of the highest caliber.
It doesn’t matter if you’re seeking a medical, surgical, or cosmetic procedure we’ll work with you one-on-one to provide a personalized solution to virtually any skin condition, including diseases, dermatological conditions, and aesthetic enhancements.
Acne is an often embarrassing skin condition in which clogged pores, pustules, cysts, or nodules are caused by a build-up of bacteria on the skin’s surface. Often experienced during adolescence, unwanted acne or acne scarring can follow us into our adult years as well. These unsightly blemishes can occur on the face, chest, or back and can lead to permanent scarring if not effectively treated by a trained dermatologist.
Eczema – also known as dermatitis – is a chronic, life-long skin condition. There are several different types of eczema, but their common symptoms include itching, scaly patches, blisters, inflammation, and redness. This disorder is commonly treated by topical corticosteroids, oral steroids, or in severe cases, prescription antibiotics.
Millions of men and women alike suffer from thinning hair, otherwise known as alopecia. Caused by genetics, stress, nutrition, hormonal changes, or underlying medical conditions, cutting-edge treatments like platelet-rich plasma therapy are available to effectively manage and treat hair loss.
Moles are dark, flesh-colored growths that occur when skin cells are produced in a cluster. While most are benign, moles that become raised or change color over time can be early indicators of a dangerous form of skin cancer called melanoma. Our dermatologists can remove unwanted moles throughout your body as well as monitor the appearance of existing moles to detect cancer in its earliest stages.
Rashes are itchy, red, painful, or otherwise irritated areas of the skin. Sometimes symptomatic of an underlying medical condition, they can also be caused by topical irritants, allergic reactions, or sun exposure. A trained dermatologist will be able to diagnose the underlying cause of the rash and provide the appropriate treatment.
Keloids are raised areas of the skin caused by an overproduction of collagen. When burns, cuts, tattoos, piercings or other wounds occur on the skin’s surface, cells can over-correct when trying to naturally repair the injury. Depending on the size and severity of the keloid, steroid injections or surgical removal are the most effective treatment options.
Skin cancer is a disease that causes an abnormal growth of cells in your skin. Cancerous growths are most likely to develop on areas of your skin that are exposed to ultraviolet rays of the sun, such as your face and hands. Skin cancer affects people with all shades of skin color, but those with fair skin who get easily sunburned are at higher risk.
Sweating is a normal bodily function. However hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) can significantly impact a person’s everyday life. Botox injections do more than just reduce wrinkles – they can also be used to diminish excessive sweating by blocking nerve signals within the body. If you suffer from unsightly or embarrassing sweat stains, allow us to show you how this simple inpatient procedure can leave you feeling more confident even when the heat is on.