Rosacea

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...

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....

Most of us see our primary care physician and dentist on a regular basis, but the same isn’t always true when it comes to our dermatologist—and this is a big mistake. Spectrum Dermatology is your Scottsdale dermatologist committed to helping you achieve skin that’s healthy...

The majority of people will struggle with acne at some point in their lives, and it’s far from a cosmetic concern. Spectrum Dermatology is your local, leading dermatology clinic in Phoenix that addresses all skin issues including acne. We often think of acne as a...

According to Dermatology Times, a global panel has recently updated the list of best rosacea treatment recommendations. You can always depend on Spectrum Dermatology to provide you with the latest information and treatment options for all skin conditions, including rosacea. The worldwide Rosacea Consensus (ROSCO)...

If you don’t get the right diagnosis, you could be trying to treat the wrong skin condition for years. That’s one of the most important reasons to trust Spectrum Dermatology with all of your skincare needs, from acne to rosacea. There is no cure for...

Rosacea has no cure, but understanding your triggers can help you avoid flareups—and there are plenty of triggers in the summer months. Spectrum Dermatology can help rosacea patients minimize and treat flareups, as well as advise on common triggers. Remember that your unique triggers can...

There’s no cure for rosacea, but knowing your triggers is key to minimizing flare-ups. At Spectrum Dermatology, rosacea clients are equipped with the knowledge and tools to manage the common condition that causes flushing, redness, and sometimes bumps or thick skin. Rosacea usually occurs on...