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Medical Services

Moles / Nevi

Moles, characterized by brown or black growths, exhibit varying shapes such as round or oval and can manifest anywhere on the skin. They may present as either rough or smooth, flat or raised, and can occur singularly or in clusters. These formations arise from the clustering of melanocytes, cells responsible for skin pigmentation, rather than their even distribution across the skin's surface. Typically, moles measure less than one-quarter inch in size. While most moles emerge by the age of 20, some may develop later in life.


A rash is an abnormal change in the skin's appearance or texture, which can manifest in various forms such as redness, swelling, bumps, or blisters. These changes can occur due to a wide range of factors, including allergies, infections, irritants, or underlying medical conditions. Most rashes pose no serious threat and respond well to treatment using readily available over-the-counter remedies such as anti-itch creams, antihistamines, and moisturizing lotions.

Skin Cancer

Skin cancer stands as the prevalent form of cancer among humans, impacting over a million Americans annually. Statistics reveal that one in five Americans will encounter skin cancer at some juncture in their lives. The silver lining lies in its treatability, especially when detected early. Skin cancer diagnoses encompass several types, the most common being:

  1. Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC)

  2. Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC)

  3. Melanoma

  4. Other Rare Types: Merkel cell carcinoma, dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans, and cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, among others. 


Acne, a prevalent skin condition, emerges from the obstruction of hair follicles due to a combination of sebum (oil), dead skin cells, and bacteria. This blockage results in various manifestations such as whiteheads, blackheads, inflammatory papules or nodules, pustules, and occasionally cysts. While acne can surface at any age, it's most commonly associated with adolescence due to hormonal fluctuations. Contributing factors include hormonal changes, certain medications, and the use of oily or greasy products. Typically affecting areas like the face, chest, back, and shoulders, treatment options abound, ranging from over-the-counter products to prescription topical and oral medications. 

Full Body Exam

We offer comprehensive skin exams to detect any suspicious lesions that may be of concern Our experienced dermatologists can either conduct a focused exam or a full body examine to provide you with a personalized treatment plan. Don't hesitate to schedule an appointment with us.

Hair Loss

Hair loss, medically known as alopecia, is a common condition that can affect individuals of all ages and genders. It can occur due to various factors, including genetics, hormonal changes, medical conditions, medications, or stress. The most common type of hair loss is androgenetic alopecia, also known as male-pattern or female-pattern baldness, which is hereditary and typically manifests as a receding hairline or thinning at the crown of the head. Other types of hair loss include alopecia areata, which causes patchy hair loss, and telogen effluvium, characterized by sudden shedding due to stress or medical conditions. While some forms of hair loss may be temporary and reversible, others may require medical intervention or lifestyle changes. Treatments depend on the underlying cause and severity of the condition.

Our office offers a wide range of services not limited to the ones listed above. Give us a call today to schedule your appointment.


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