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For patients who suffer from mild to severe acne, we can create a personalized acne treatment plan to help reduce the pimples, blackheads, and cysts.

Actinic keratosis is caused by prolonged sun exposure, which can create rough and scaly patches of skin, skin lesions, or may become cancerous.

A cold sore is a chronic skin disease caused by the herpes simplex virus that appears as a collection of blisters on reddened skin near the mouth.

Eczema is caused by an allergic reaction or an immune system deficiency, which makes the skin become inflamed, discolored, dry, itchy, or thickened.

Generally caused by an allergic reaction or stress, hives appear all over the body as pink/red blotches, welts, or as a rash, and may vary in size.

Typically caused by hormonal changes or sun damage, melasma or chloasma makes brown skin patches on different parts of the face, like the upper lip.

Healthy moles come in a variety of shapes and sizes; however, if you notice major changes in the shape or color, schedule an appointment immediately.

Psoriasis happens when the body builds up skin cells too quickly and causes symptoms, like red, flaky, itchy, inflamed, and scaly skin that can scab.

Rashes, like heat rash or contact dermatitis, cause inflammation, redness, or itchy skin because of fungal, parasitic, viral, or bacterial infections.

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that makes the central part of the face look red and inflamed and usually occurs in middle-aged or elderly women.

Seborrheic keratoses are noncancerous skin growths that tend to look like scaly moles or warts and usually appear on your back, shoulders, or chest.

Shingles is a painful skin condition caused by the same virus as the chickenpox, and it creates an itchy, burning, or reddish rash with blisters.

Skin tags or acrochordon are harmless, flesh-colored skin growths that commonly appear under the armpits, on the chest, neck, eyelids, or groin.

Tinea versicolor or pityriasis versicolor develops when the skin creates too much yeast, which causes the skin to look discolored, scaly, and patchy.

Warts vary in size and look like flesh-colored skin lumps that feel grainy, tender, or fleshy to the touch, and may appear on any part of the body.

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