Medical Dermatology

There are a lot of factors that go into exacerbating acne and there’s a good chance you’re mistakenly doing a few of them. Spectrum Dermatology is committed to helping you treat all forms of acne so that you can get the clear, healthy skin you...

Having regular hives covering your body is frustrating enough, but chronic hives can seem unbearable. Spectrum Dermatology can help you or your child quickly and effectively treat chronic hives. Hives is a type of skin rash that is most often triggered by a reaction to...

Many people haven’t heard of actinic keratosis even though it is a very common, and usually benign, skin condition. It is one of the most common reasons patients come to Spectrum Dermatology, though initially patients confuse actinic keratosis—or AK—with sun damage, age spots, or liver...

Skin lumps and bumps can be concerning, but the good news is most skin lesions are harmless. However, only a dermatologist can diagnose and treat skin lesions and Spectrum Dermatology is fully reopened and practicing all state and CDC recommendations to keep patients and staff...

There are more than 3,000 skin conditions, so it is very easy to confuse them unless you are a dermatologist. Spectrum Dermatology offers both medical and cosmetic dermatological care, and the first step is ensuring you have a correct diagnosis. Most people have seen a...

A dermatologist is a doctor who cares for your skin, which is the largest organ of the body. Spectrum Dermatology offers both medical and cosmetic dermatology care, and since there are over 3,000 types of skin issues these two branches of dermatology can sometimes overlap....

Hyperpigmentation is your body’s way of defending itself against dangerous UV rays. Spectrum Dermatology offers a wide range of options for removing these spots for cosmetic reasons as well as skin cancer treatment. Brown spots, also known as age spots or simply sun damage, might...

If you have a double chin, you’re in good company. Many people struggle with this pocket of fat, and you certainly don’t have to be overweight to sport one. Double chins are a common reason that bring patients to Spectrum Dermatology, particularly for those who...

Best practices for face masks seem to always be changing, but there’s one rule that’s been steadfast from the beginning: you do still need to wear sunscreen under your mask. At Spectrum Dermatology, many clients have been requesting appointments to address “maskne” (acne caused by...

A sunburn is your body’s visible reaction to ultraviolet radiation (UV) exposure, usually from the sun (although some people can get them from indoor tanning). Spectrum Dermatology is available to treat all results of a sunburn, from brown spots to early signs of aging and...