Conditions we treat
Find diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of dermatologic conditions, including:
Acne (pimples, whiteheads, blackheads) – Small raised bumps on your skin.
Athlete’s foot – Burning, itching or cracked skin between the toes caused by a fungus.
Birthmarks – Discolored or raised skin spots found at birth or shortly after.
Cold sores – Blisters around the mouth.
Cysts – Small fluid-filled bumps in your skin.
Hair loss (alopecia) – Thinning hair or bald patches where hair used to be.
Hidradenitis suppurativa – Painful reoccurring bumps in or near skin folds, such as your armpits or groin.
Hyperhidrosis – Excessive and unpredictable sweating.
Lipomas - Lumps of fat tissue found just under the skin that are soft, moveable and painless
Moles – Small pink, tan or brown growths on your skin.
Nail problems – Toenails or fingernails that have changed shape or color, or are surrounded by sore, swollen skin.
Rashes and itchy skin conditions, including eczema, dermatitis, hives, lichen planus and psoriasis.
Rosacea – Face redness that may include swelling and bumps.
Scaly skin or dandruff
Skin cancer and precancerous legions (growths that could become cancer), such as actinic keratosis.
Skin pigmentation disorders (vitiligo) – Patches of skin that are lighter or darker than the rest of your skin.
Split or widened earlobes
Sunburn – Red, injured skin caused by exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light.
Warts – Small growths.
Work with your ProHealth dermatologist to create a care plan for your condition. Depending on your needs, you may benefit from:
Skin care plans – Recommend products, treatments and healthy skin-care habits that protect your skin and prevent sun damage, acne or other problems.
Acne medications – Treat acne with pills or skin creams.
Acne extraction – Safely gets rid of whiteheads and blackheads.
Cryotherapy – Uses extreme cold to remove warts or other skin growths.
Photodynamic therapy – Uses medicine and a special type of light to destroy unhealthy skin cells, such as cancer cells.
Earlobe repair – Repairs stretched, torn or split earlobes with stitches.
Excisions – Remove skin growths, lesions or skin cancer.
Facial reconstruction – Restores your appearance after skin cancer surgery.
Mohs surgery – Removes skin cancer.
Scar revision – Improves or reduces the appearance of scars.
VIDEO Mohs surgery for skin cancer
If you’re diagnosed with skin cancer, turn to a ProHealth dermatologist with advanced training in Mohs surgery – the most effective way to treat many basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas. During this procedure, your surgeon removes tissue in thin layers until only healthy cells remain. This helps save as much healthy skin as possible and may prevent additional treatments.