A qualified and reliable medical dermatologist is the first place you should go if you’re worried about skin rashes, unexplained bruises, nail fungus, red dots on skin, or any other symptoms which could indicate dermatological conditions. As one of the top dermatologists in Jersey City, we can help you by assessing, diagnosing and treating conditions such as acne, warts, and eczema as well as examining and offering treatment for many other skin conditions including Keratosis Pilaris. We understand that every situation is different and offer a full consultation service. Every conversation with our skilled team is confidential, and you’ll be given full support and advice during and after your treatment.
Acne, eczema, psoriasis
Medical conditions such as acne, eczema and psoriasis can be frustrating and painful. While for some people, issues like acne are fairly short-lived and can clear up on their own, for others, proper diagnosis and medical help is important. This can help treat the condition, but also reduce or avoid long term issues such as scarring.
Luckily, there are a wide range of medical treatments which can be used to help alleviate the symptoms of eczema, psoriasis and acne, and make managing these conditions easier. A trained dermatologist can help to assess, examine and offer appropriate treatment for these conditions and others like them.
A dermatologist can help with the treatment of warts, including genital warts. While warts are common, and may disappear over time, many people choose to have them removed because they don’t like the way they look. Warts often appear on the fingers and hands, and are therefore very visible which can make people feel uncomfortable. It’s good to know that treatment is simple and fast. There are usually no side effects to worry about, and the procedure can be carried out in seconds in your dermatologist’s office.
Genital warts should be diagnosed and treated as soon as possible to avoid further spread of the condition. A trained dermatologist can help you deal with issues related to genital warts confidentially and with a minimum of fuss.
If you find yourself often flushing red in the face, or suffer from unexplained red spots on the skin, you might have rosacea. This condition can cause people to look red around the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead - a little like they’re blushing. It can also cause acne-like bumps and some eye problems such as swollen eyelids. Rosacea can be triggered by environmental conditions such as heat, or by emotional situations, such as increased stress. Diet, smoking and alcohol intake can also influence the condition. There are a number of possible treatments which can help reduce symptoms and make rosacea more manageable. Your physician will discuss your options with you in full as part of your consultation meeting.
Melasma is a common condition, which affects more women than men - especially during pregnancy. It results in darker patches of skin appearing which can be of brown or grey-brown tone. These usually appear in areas which are exposed to the sun, including the face, arms and shoulders. If the cause of melasma is hormonal, such as in the case of pregnancy, it may fade on its own. However, many sufferers need treatment, which can be arranged by your local trained dermatologist. Treatment options can include topical creams and medications, or procedures such as chemical peels or laser treatment.