Medical Skin Conditions
At Keller Skin Care, our licensed medical professionals have experience treating a variety of skin conditions. With every new patient, we will carefully examine the situation and thoroughly explore your options. This allows us to customize a plan to address your concerns in the most effective way for you.
Medical Skin Conditions we Treat:
- AcneAlthough thought to be an unavoidable roadblock faced by teenagers on the road to maturity, acne affects teenagers and adults alike. Several treatments are available that can clear the skin and ease complexion concerns.
- RosaceaIt may start as a slight redness that occasionally appears on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead. With the passage of time however, the complexion can become inflamed, the redness become more apparent and blood vessels may be visible.
- Actinic KeratosisActinic Keratosis is a common skin condition known as the early beginnings of skin cancer and is primarily caused by overexposure to the sun. Learn what to look for and how to prevent skin cancer.
- EczemaEczema is one of the most common types of dermatitis (inflamed skin). This non-contagious, allergic skin disease can cause continual, superficial inflammation of the skin.
- MolesSince melanoma (skin cancer) can grow near moles, it's always good to check your skin and consult a dermatologist if you find new moles. If a mole starts to grow, itch, or bleed, make a dermatology appointment.
- PsoriasisWhat may be just another simple case of dry skin may in fact be Psoriasis, a chronic and sometimes painful skin disease. This persistent skin disorder causes the skin to become inflamed, producing red, thickened patches with silvery scales, often called plaques.
- RashesA rash is a surface change in the skin resulting in red patches, small bumps, or blisters. Rashes can be symptoms of other skin problems, such as eczema, acne, and ringworm. If you experience a rash that persists for weeks, schedule an appointment with a dermatologist, as it may be a sign of a more serious health issue.
- Skin CancerThe three most frequently occurring forms of skin cancer include basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Learn what to look for and what to do to reduce the risk of skin cancer.
- Sun DamageExposure to the sun without the proper protection can be very harmful to the long-term health of your skin. In fact, 90% of the visible signs of premature aging can be directly associated to the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun.
- WartsWarts are benign (not cancerous) skin growths that appear when a virus infects the top layer of the skin. Viruses that cause warts are called human papillomavirus (HPV). You are more likely to get one of these viruses if you cut or damage your skin in some way.
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