Brown / Age Spots

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...

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...

A dermatologist is a type of medical doctor (MD) who specializes in treating the skin, hair, and nails. At Spectrum Dermatology, both medical dermatology and cosmetic dermatology procedures and treatments are available, including cutting-edge options such as Mohs surgery for skin cancer treatment. The skin...

Spectrum Dermatology is fully reopened and practicing social distancing measures while following all state and CDC guidelines for you and our staff. We are currently enrolling for a number of clinical trials. If you struggle with psoriasis, hives, warts, or atopic dermatitis, discover how participating...

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...

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...

What’s the difference between hyperpigmentation and melasma? It’s a common question at Spectrum Dermatology, and technically melasma is a type of hyperpigmentation. Hyperpigmentation is the term for any type of skin darkening and can be caused by a number of things. Brown spots are the...