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Skin conditions should never be shrugged off as something minor, especially since the skin is one of the first lines of defense of your body against diseases. Allow us to handle your skin condition such as the following before it gets worse:

Acne

Aside from good skincare, acne treatments are crucial to preventing any further damage to your skin cells in the future. Acne-prone skin is particularly at risk for developing conditions that can result in dead skin or stunted hair follicle growth.

    Acne

    Acne Scars Treatment

    Acne scar treatment doesn't lead to many moderate or severe complications - in some cases, getting acne scarring is actually the complication you get from acne treatment

      Acne Scars Treatment

      Actinic Keratosis

      Actinic keratosis is a skin condition that may seem benign - especially when compared to its closest relative, seborrheic keratosis - but this condition can quickly develop into skin cancer if not detected early.

        Actinic Keratosis

        Alopecia Areata

        There’s no better way of managing the hair loss and other manifestations brought by alopecia areata than going to Dermatology & Skin Health.

          Alopecia Areata

          Athlete’s Foot / Ringworm

          You’re likely to have ringworm if you live in tropical areas with humid weather. It’s also common  among individuals who perspire heavily, wear tight clothing, and participate in sports that require physical contact.

            Athlete’s Foot / Ringworm

            Bacterial/Viral Infections

            Bacterial infections often start when a bacteria enters the body, multiplies, and causes an immune system reaction. The most common way that pathogenic bacteria can go into your body is through an opening in your skin.

              Bacterial/Viral Infections

              Birthmarks

              Our birthmarks have already been a part of our identities one way or another, as it's been present since we were born. But this doesn't always mean they're permanent because there are treatment options that can remove your birthmarks.

                Birthmarks

                Broken Blood Vessels

                Skin redness on the face, legs, and different parts of the body may sometimes seem like a typical reaction to the environment. But if it doesn't go away and you see visible veins, it might be due to broken capillaries or blood vessels.

                  Broken Blood Vessels

                  Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)

                  Given that the exact triggers behind eczema aren't fully understood, it's important to find a healthcare provider that can help with your eczema long-term.

                    Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)

                    Folliculitis

                    Receive your folliculitis treatment from our experts in clinical dermatology at Dermatology & Skin Health. We offer integrated solutions for different types of folliculitis.

                      Folliculitis

                      Hair Loss

                      People who suffer from hair loss and thinning hair typically lose 100 hairs per day. Because new hair is growing at the same time, it isn't always noticeable.

                        Hair Loss

                        Male and Female Urinary Incontinence

                        Dermatology & Skin Health offers a wealth of treatment options for different medical conditions, including loss of bladder control. Schedule an appointment with our urinary incontinence specialist to seek comprehensive treatment.

                        Male and Female Urinary Incontinence

                        Melasma

                        Women are more likely to develop patches of skin discoloration than men. Melasma is also thought to be linked to hormonal changes and can often occur in pregnant women. This skin condition is sometimes called ‘the mask of pregnancy’. 

                          Melasma

                          Moles

                          Mole removal is most commonly associated with screenings for melanoma, but it's also important for preventing other types of skin cancer before they develop.

                            Moles

                            Psoriasis

                            If you have psoriasis then you have a common skin condition where your skin develops areas that become thick covered with silvery scales.

                              Psoriasis

                              Rosacea

                              Rosacea is a surprisingly common skin condition that can manifest in plenty of different symptoms.

                                Rosacea

                                Scabies

                                An early scabies rash may appear as small red bumps that resemble a pimple. In patients with weak immune systems, the skin surrounding the rash may look dry, crusty, or scaly.  You may also notice some raised lines or burrows on the skin.

                                  Scabies

                                  Scars

                                  A scar is usually formed after any injury to the skin. They can be a result of inflammatory skin conditions like acne, a mark from a surgery, or a symptom of certain diseases and infections.

                                    Scars

                                    Seborrheic Dermatitis

                                    Seborrheic dermatitis is an inflammatory skin disease that affects the scalp, face, and skin folds. It’s non-contagious and non-fatal, but it can greatly impact a patient’s self-esteem due to physical discomfort and social embarrassment.

                                      Seborrheic Dermatitis

                                      Seborrheic Keratosis

                                      Seborrheic keratosis is a common skin growth that can look like a wart, precancerous skin growth (actinic keratosis), or an early sign of skin cancer.

                                        Seborrheic Keratosis

                                        Skin Cancer Removal Including Mohs

                                        Current statistics indicate one in every five Americans will develop skin cancer within their lifetime. So, what is skin cancer, in the basic sense?

                                        Skin Cancer Removal Including Mohs

                                        Sun Damaged Skin

                                        Patients from New Hampshire and Massachusetts don’t need to worry about skin damage and other related conditions caused by too much sun exposure, thanks to different medical treatments for sun-damaged skin at Dermatology & Skin Health.

                                          Sun Damaged Skin

                                          Sunburn

                                          By consulting with us now, you can find out which treatment option for sunburnt skin is the best pick for you. We perform different tests to help determine how the sun damage has affected your skin and what we can do about it. Book your first consultation with us by calling us or filling out our form online.

                                            Sunburn

                                            Sweating – Hyperhidrosis

                                            Excess sweat may be a sign of a medical condition, such as hyperthyroidism, diabetes, or heart disease. This is more likely if the increase in sweating occurs later in life. However, many people who experience hyperhidrosis are otherwise healthy.

                                              Sweating – Hyperhidrosis

                                              Vitiligo

                                              By consulting with us now, you can determine which vitiligo treatment option is the best pick for you. We view your medical records first and perform necessary tests to know more about your skin disease before recommending a treatment option.

                                                Vitiligo
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