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Information About General Dermatology Services

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Acne, a common skin condition that appears as pimples, blackheads, and bumps, affects millions of people and can occur on various areas of the body.

Actinic Keratosis is a pre-cancerous, scaly, rough inflamed patch that develops on an area of the skin that is frequently exposed to the sun.

Alopecia is a word used to describe hair loss, and can be labeled as nonscarring or scarring, which will dictate the type of treatment prescribed.

Athlete's foot, known as tinea pedis, is a fungus infection that occurs most commonly on the feet of athletes, where sweat and bacteria form.

Cold sores, also called fever blisters, are red, inflamed sores that appear on the lip or around the mouth. Known as HSV-1, they are very contagious.

Lichen sclerosus, mostly seen in women, is a condition that includes small white, shiny spots on the skin that can become larger if not treated.

Dermatitis is a term used to describe common skin irritations such as eczema, rashes, redness, itchy skin, and other conditions that can flare-up.

Eczema a common skin condition seen at our Austin dermatology office. It is marked by red, itchy, inflamed skin usually from an allergic reaction.

Head lice can create havoc for families. Our dermatology team can help treat the condition, as well as provide the necessary protocol for your home.

Skin tags are small growths of hanging benign skin that can form alone or in clusters, most commonly on the neck, or under the arm, breasts, or face.

Our Austin dermatology center offers treatment for cysts, which are sac-like gaseous cavities filled with liquid that can be surgically removed.

Hives are pinkish/red patches or welts on the surface of the skin that can be small or large in size, and generally easy to diagnose and treat.

Excessive sweating from the armpit area is extremely embarrassing and can sharply undermine your confidence in day-to-day interactions with others.

Melasma is characterized by irregular patches of dark skin on the face. It is usually a form of sun damage, but can be caused by hormone changes, etc.

Warts, moles, cysts, and certain skin growths are considered lesions and may or may not require removal. Our practice offers several removal methods.

Our Austin board-certified dermatologists can treat molluscum, a viral skin infection, that causes itchy, round bumps mainly on the hands and arms.

Psoriasis is a chronic skin disorder where the skin cells grow too rapidly, causing plaques to form, which are red, scaly, itchy patches of skin.

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that shows up as red, inflamed areas of skin most commonly found on the cheeks and near the nose in women.

Keratosis Pilaris is a skin rash that appears as small discolored bumps around the hair follicles on the upper arms, cheeks, thighs, and buttocks.

Scabies is a highly contagious skin infestation of mites that burrow their way into the layers of your skin causing a painfully, itchy skin rash.

Shingles is a painful skin infection that appears as a rash on the body. It is caused by the varicella-zoster virus, which is the same as chickenpox.

Tinea versicolor is a common fungal infection of the skin that can result in symptoms ranging from discolored skin, to scaly, rough patches and welts.

Warts are skin growths that are benign and caused by HPV (human papilloma virus). There are several types, some of which need to be medically removed.

Our Austin dermatology office offers routine mole checks to ensure your moles, which are a cluster of pigmented cells, are healthy and noncancerous.

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