- Acne Scars
- Benign Growths
- Red Birthmarks
- Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis)
- Moles (Nevi)
- Pre-cancers (Actinic Keratoses)
- Acne Scarring
- Skin Cancer
- Brown Spots & Freckles
- Total Body Photography
- Wart Removal
- Cherry Angiomas
- Enlarged Pores
- Redness of Neck or Chest
Acne is the most common skin problem in the US, affecting 50 million Americans at some point in their life.
Skin Surgery is used to remove benign skin lesions including cysts, lipomas, and seborrheic keratoses.
Birthmarks are common skin lesions that are either present at birth or develop shortly afterwards.
Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis)
Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that causes excessive sweating.
Melasma is a disorder of pigmentation characterized by brown to gray-brown patches on the face.
Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer, but when found early and treated, the cure rate is nearly 100%.
A mole is a common skin growth than can be flat or bumpy and can be skin colored, tan, or brown.
Pre-cancers (Actinic Keratoses)
Actinic keratosis (AK) is the most common pre-cancerous skin lesion that affects more than 58 million Americans.
Rosacea is a common skin disease affecting more than 14 million Americans.
Scars are areas of fibrous tissue that replace normal skin after injury. Thus, scarring is a natural part of the healing process.
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. More than 3.5 million skin cancers are diagnosed annually.
Skin Cancer Screening
Skin cancer is highly curable when identified in its earliest stages.
Sun Spots (Lentigos)
Sun spots are flat, brown patches called lentigines that usually appear on the face, chest, back, shoulders, arms and the back of the hands.
Spider veins are very small and fine red, blue, or purple veins that are close to the skin surface.
A wart is a rough, scaly bump that can appear anywhere on the body. They are very common on hands and soles of the feet (plantar warts).
Sun exposure is the main cause of wrinkles but genetics also play a significant role.