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What is Medical Dermatology? Dermatology that treats, cures, corrects and remedies ailing or ill skin. It arises from medical concern but may also have an unwanted cosmetic effect. Various skin conditions can be treated with the expertise of board-certified dermatologists at Skin And Cancer Institute.

Medical Dermatology

Woman Placing Her Hand On Face To Signify Clear Skin After Medical Dermatology Treatment

Medical board-certified dermatologists at Skin And Cancer Institute perform procedures and offer treatments to target: acne, allergic rashes, angiomas, skin cysts, dandruff, eczema, lipomas, melasma, molluscum contagiosum, psoriasis, rosacea, warts, and any medical dermatology related concern affecting the skin or scalp.


Acne treatments consist of laser, serum, microdermabrasion, microneedling, and more.



Cherry and spider angiomas can be found all over the body from the arms to the legs. Treatment can be in the form of electrodesiccation, shaving, cryotherapy, and laser.



Various forms of dandruff exist either dermatitis or other forms. A board-certified dermatologist can diagnose your condition and create a proper treatment plan.



Eczema is extremely dry, itchy, scaly, red, patchy skin that can be treated with ointments, oral medication and light therapy.



Lipomas are unwanted balls of fat that have cells which can grow at an undesirable pace. Removal can be done via surgery, liposuction or steroid injections.



Discoloration of the skin can be treated by laser, peels, photodynamic therapy and topical medications.


Molluscum Contagiosum

Unwanted white or pink bumps on the skin are known as Molluscum contagiosum.


Nail Fungus

Fungal nail infections can be treated topically, orally, with medicated nail polish and by surgery.



5 types of psoriasis exist which can cause sore, scaly, patchy, red or irritated skin.



Rosacea can cause red bumps, an enlarged nose, facial redness, and eye problems. Treatment varies. Call the Skin and Cancer Institute today



Scabies is an infestation of the skin by the human itch mite (Sarcoptes scabiei). Treatment varies. Call us today to make an appointment.


Skin Cysts

Skin cysts are unwanted bumps that can be filled with fluid or pus. Treatments include laser, surgery, steroid injection and draining.


Skin Rashes

Numerous itchy and painful rashes exist like eczema, ringworm, psoriasis and more. Various treatments are available.


Skin Tags

Skin Tags are harmless growth that often appears in the folds of skin. Skin tags can be removed by scalpel, laser, cryotherapy, and electrodesiccation.


Tinea Versicolor

Tinea versicolor is the overgrowth of yeast on the skin. Treatment usually consists of a topical medication such as an antifungal cream/ointment or a shampoo.


Patch Testing

At Skin and Cancer Institute, we offer comprehensive patch testing for allergens that can cause irritation, rash, or outbreaks of dermatitis on the skin.



Many types of warts exist which are caused by the HPV virus. Treatments include laser, cryotherapy, electrodesiccation and curettage and more.


Highly Trained Board-Certified Dermatologists, Doctors, and Aestheticians at Skin And Cancer Institute

For all your medical dermatology needs, trust Skin And Cancer Institute. We remove warts, moles, and lipomas. We treat psoriasis, eczema, and other skin conditions related to dryness, redness, or scaly texture of the skin. With advanced laser treatment, we use only cutting-edge equipment. As advancements are made in the dermatologic field, the Skin And Cancer Institute’s team of dermatologists, surgeons, doctors, and nurses all stay up to date with information and training. We are proud to offer our patients only the best healthcare and service while accomplishing your goals. Schedule your next medical dermatology appointment with the Skin and Cancer Institute Today!

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