Psoriasis

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...

Also known as atopic dermatitis, eczema is a common skin condition with symptoms that include itchiness, dryness, redness, and cracked skin. It’s regularly treated at Spectrum Dermatology, where you can receive medical-grade treatments for immediate relief. Both children and adults can suffer from eczema, with...

Spectrum Dermatology is proud to host clinical trials so that patients like you can be the first to undergo the latest treatments while often being compensated for your time. Currently, we are recruiting for two clinical trials: urticaria (hives) and psoriasis. Both conditions can be...

Most people think acne treatment when they hear the word dermatologist, and while acne is undoubtedly within the scope of a dermatologist’s job, that’s just one small aspect of skin care. Spectrum Dermatology is home to highly skilled dermatologists, and the clinic was rated Top...

There are five types of psoriasis, and each may be confused with other conditions (including rashes caused by allergies). At Spectrum Dermatology, a number of psoriasis treatments are available to offer patients relief and improve appearance. The most common sign that a rash is actually...

A dermatologist is a critical part of your health care dream team, and it's just as important to see this specialist regularly as it is your general physician. That's why at Spectrum Dermatology, our priority is patient health and wellness. Many people only see a dermatologist...

At Spectrum Dermatology, many patients ask if their child will suffer from psoriasis or rosacea just like them. When one person in the family has psoriasis, parents often wonder if it will be passed on to their children. Rosacea also has a genetic component. Psoriasis...

You suddenly notice red, itchy skin on your body. Is it psoriasis? Maybe eczema? These names are used interchangeably quite often, but they are two very different skin conditions. While a dermatologist can confirm which skin condition you have, you can determine whether you have eczema...

Freckles aren't complicated. What freckles are, are merely a pigment (color) called "melanin." Melanin is a chemical made by skin cells called "melanocytes." Melanin helps to protect the skin from the Sun's harmful ultraviolet rays by reflecting or absorbing them. Freckles are natural, and they...