This is a chronic and common inflammatory skin, which impacts almost seven million people in the United States. Numerous treatments can be used, from topical therapy to biologics.
A wide number of skin conditions can cause a rash, which is a small bump, blister, or red patch on the skin. Treatment differs based on the type of rash.
Rosacea is a chronic skin disease, which is characterized by flare-ups. There are different treatments to reduce the symptoms of rosacea, including laser treatment and prescription medications.
Skin Cancer Screening
Maintaining healthy skin is not only important for your appearance but your overall well being. At Dermatology & Plastic Surgery of Arizona, we can help you with skin disease prevention and improving your skincare habits.
Skin Cancer Surgery
The choice of treatment here depends on your overall health and age, as well as the depth, location, size, and type of tumor.
Warts are an irritating and common type of skin infection, which anyone can get. Treatments are focused on removing the wart, preventing scarring, and stopping recurrences.
When Should You Consider Seeing a Dermatologist?
Some of the indicators that you should see a dermatologist are as follows:
- Persistent skin irritation
- Scars from scrapes, cuts, blemishes, or acne
- Rashes or itchy hives that won’t go away
- Stubborn acne
- A patch of skin or mole that has changed
- Hair loss
- Fungus, ingrown nails, or nail disorders