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Happy, healthy skin requires professional dermatology recommended procedures and treatments. At Azeal Dermatology, we provide you with the highest quality of general dermatologist recommended procedures so that you can rest assured knowing your skin is getting the care it needs. Browse the selection of skin care treatments that we offer. Learn more about each procedure by visiting the pages dedicated to the procedure alone. For any further questions, feel free to contact our office, we’re more than happy to help out in any way that we can.
Acne is not an uncommon issue among people, but we still want to reduce its appearance. Acne is caused by many things from stress to diet. Our dermatologists can help you identify the reason behind your acne breakouts.
People suffering from rosacea have a flushed appearance on their cheeks and nose. Enlarged blood vessels cause this, making there appear to be thin red lines and pimples in the affected areas. Knowing the triggers can help make the treatment more effective.
Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, creates a rash on the skin. This red and itchy rash comes with many symptoms and affects everyone differently. A dermatologist can help determine the severity and treatment options.
Both children and adults can be affected by psoriasis. This skin disorder causes red plaques of skin with lighter scabs covering the plaques. Pain and itching are some symptoms of psoriasis. Many different treatment options are available.
The most common type of dermatitis is contact dermatitis. It is caused when skin comes in contact with an allergen or irritant. This results in skin that is itchy, red, and in some cases, blisters. A dermatologist can help you determine the best treatment for you.
Inflammatory skin disorders are common and recognized as irritations and inflammations of the skin. Irritations can be more severe than others and may cause discomfort. Inflammatory skin disorders include anything from acne to diaper rash and many in between.
When a person’s body attacks its tissue it leads to an autoimmune skin disorder. These disorders, an example being lupus, affect different part of the body’s tissue—organs, joints, muscles, and skin can all be affected. A dermatologist can help you determine the right treatment option for you.
Anyone and everyone can get warts—skin growth that generally are small. They are caused by a virus and most often warts are spread by touch. There are different treatment options for warts that vary from person to person and depend on the severity of the wart.
The small bumps that are known as molluscum are itchy but painless. But once the bumps are scratched they will likely spread to the surrounding areas of skin, attacking more healthy skin cells. This skin disease spreads easily but can also be treated in several ways.
Darkening spots and brown or gray-brown patches appearing on the skin are signs of melasma. Sun exposure, fluctuating hormones, and pregnancies often can cause melasma. While there are many treatments for melasma, wearing sunscreen can help reduce the chances of developing or worsening it.
Sudden and patchy hair loss are the most common symptoms of alopecia. While alopecia cannot be cured, there are treatment options that can help you experience less significant hair loss. A dermatologist can help determine the best treatment option for you.
Vitiligo affects your skin by causing blotchy patterns across its surface. The symptoms of vitiligo included loss of color on your skin, inside your mouth, on your eyes, and even premature hair whitening. Different treatments can be used to reduce the amount of skin discoloration you experience.
Atypical moles, also known as dysplastic nevi, should be checked out as soon as they are noticed. These moles appear very similar to melanoma, but are often benign. Due to their resemblance an appointment should be made as soon as they are noticed.
The symptom of hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating. Metabolic, systemic, and neurologic disease can cause hyperhidrosis and suffers generally perspire a majority of the time. Learn about the treatments that a dermatologist can recommend.
When bacterial and fungal infections show up on your skin, the sooner they are treated the better. Some of the symptoms of bacterial and fungal skin infections include rash like spots, blotchy redness, skin that is warm to the touch, and more. Know the symptom and learn the treatments.
Scars can be cause be just about anything. They form with the skin’s natural healing process is broken, and many different factors can determine the size of the scar. These skin blemishes can be painful to look at everyday or may be unwanted, there are many scar treatment methods that can help reduce the appearance.
When the skin is stretched quickly, whether from growing, weight gain, or pregnancies, marks can appear on the skin, known as stretch marks. While stretch marks are not avoidable, there are a few different treatment options that can reduce the appearance of stretch marks.
Our dermatologists can help you diagnose any skin problems you may be concerned with. A skin biopsy can determine what and why your skin is developing a rash, growth, or anything else. After diagnosing the problem, we can learn why it is happening and recommend treatment options to help with these issues.
Finding skin cancer early on is important and the sooner it is found the sooner treatments can start. Getting a skin diagnosis can help determine if you have skin cancer or precancer, allowing for treatments to begin that are specific to your diagnosis.
Cryosurgery is a treatment for nonmelanoma skin cancer. This treatment is easy and only causes minimal scarring and brief pain. This is a successful treatment for precancerous lesions and when used for treating skin cancer, is generally successful as well.
Electrodesiccation with curettage is among the treatment for skin cancer. Basal cell cancers and squamous cell cancers are treated with this method. This treatment option is safe and offers a great success rate, making is a common treatment option.
This skin cancer treatment is more invasive than other options but removes the entire area affected by cancerous cells, providing successful results. This treatment option is better than other depending on the location and size of the affected area.
Topical chemotherapy is a skin cancer treatment that combines anti-cancer drugs with a lotion or cream. This is applied to the area being affected to destroy cancerous cells. A dermatologist can help you decide if it is right for you.