Medical Dermatology

Is your skin “just red,” or could it be rosacea? Rosacea is a medical condition with no cure, but there are various treatments available for this common condition at Spectrum Dermatology. However, the first step in treating the symptoms of rosacea is a proper diagnosis....

Eczema is a skin condition with no cure, but with a variety of treatments that should be personalized just for you by a dermatologist. Spectrum Dermatology is now fully reopened and accepting eczema patients. We are following social distancing guidelines and sanitation practices outlined by...

The brown spots that seem to be increasing with age are known by a lot of names including sun spots, simply “brown spots” or “age spots,” liver spots, hyperpigmentation, solar lentigines, and sun damage. Many patients visit Spectrum Dermatology because they are concerned brown spots...

Melasma is a benign hyperpigmentation condition that is most often linked to women, and is often called the “mask of pregnancy” as expecting mothers are most prone to present with it. However, melasma can also occur in men and at Spectrum Dermatology there’s a suite...

The term “rash” is used to describe skin that has changed in color, texture, or appearance. It’s one of the most common reasons patients visit Spectrum Dermatology, and we are now offering virtual dermatology consultations so you can see an expert about your rash from...

You’ve probably heard about common skin conditions like age spots, moles, warts, and rashes, but what about actinic keratosis? It’s also a common skin condition and one that’s treatable at Spectrum Dermatology. Actinic keratosis presents as a scaly spot and is most often found on...

A suspicious spot or any other skin condition is often the catalyst for patients to first visit a dermatologist. Spectrum Dermatology offers diagnoses and treatments for a wide variety of skin conditions ranging from moles and lesions to warts, age spots, rashes, and cancer. Our...

Psoriasis and eczema are both very common skin conditions, and they can be difficult for non-professionals to tell apart. Both are a type of rash and both can be treated at Spectrum Dermatology. Like all rashes, psoriasis and eczema can both present as redness and...

Rashes, also known as dermatitis, present as patches of itchy, swollen, and irritated skin. Spectrum Dermatology treats all kinds of rashes, and diagnosing the type of rash and the cause is critical to future prevention and proper treatment. Most rashes are red and painful, but...