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There are a number of conditions and issues that can afflict the skin, and it never helps to ignore it and wait before it becomes a bigger problem. Here are some of the most common skin conditions that our patients experience:

Contact Dermatitis

For others, they may not know that they are sensitive to a particular allergen for years and have a delayed reaction. Once a person’s skin becomes sensitized to a certain substance, they will have irritation or allergic reaction to it for life.

Contact Dermatitis

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)

Granuloma Annulare

Aside from the skin bumps, granuloma annulare has no other symptoms. It’s not particularly itchy or painful, but it can sometimes feel tender to the touch. The bumps may clear away on their own, but recurrence is very possible, and they can appear on the same spots.

Granuloma Annulare

Hives

Once you have hives, there’s a possibility that they will migrate around the body. One area of your skin may have redness and itching for a few hours before disappearing and reappearing somewhere else.

Hives

Lichen Planus

While the exact cause of lichen planus isn’t clear, there are studies that suggest that it could be an autoimmune disease. It can occur when the body’s immune system attacks the healthy skin cells, tissues, or mucous membrane in the mouth. 

Lichen Planus

Perioral Dermatitis

Perioral dermatitis usually begins as small rashes or acne-like spots on the skin around the mouth and nose. Additionally, you can notice inflamed or swollen bumps which are called papules. 

Perioral Dermatitis

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

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

Shingles – Herpes Zoster

The virus may also be reactivated when you have close contact with a person who has active shingles or chickenpox virus. It is possible to acquire the virus through airborne transmission but the most common way to get infected is through direct skin-to-skin contact with rashes or blisters on the skin. 

Shingles – Herpes Zoster
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