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Medical Services

DGC can effectively treat various different skin conditions.  Our talented physicians will tailor a treatment plan specific to your needs.

To schedule a consultation to discuss any of these conditions, please contact us.

Here are some commonly treated dermatologic issues:

  • Cysts
  • Cold Sores
  • Dry Skin

 

Acne is a skin condition which has plugged pores (blackheads and whiteheads), inflamed pimples (pustules), and deeper lumps (nodules). Acne can occur on the face, as well as the neck, chest, back, shoulders, and upper arms. Most teenagers get some form of acne, even adults in their 20’s, 30’s, 40’s or older, can develop acne.
The process of your skin becoming older usually determined by genetics and environmental factors.
An unusual mark or blemish on the skin at birth
The National Eczema Association describes Eczema as a chronic, recurring skin disorder that results in dry, easily irritated, itchy skin.  
Hair loss can have many different causes. Alopecia Areata is a type of hair loss that usually causes smooth, round patches about the size of a coin or larger.  Telogen Effluvium is usually caused by illness, stress, and other factors that can cause too many hairs to enter the resting (telogen)phase of the hair growth cycle, and produces a dramatic increase in the amount of hair to shed (usually without bald patches). Tinea Capitis is characterized by patches of scaling that can spread and result in brother hair, redness and swelling on the scalp. Trichotillomania occurs when children or adults twist or pull their hair until it comes out. Cicatrical Alopecia is a rare disorder that can cause patchy hair loss and associated itching and/or pain.   
A skin disease marked by red, itchy, scaly patches.
Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating, when sweating interferes with a person’s ability to interact and function and negatively affects their quality of life. Miradry is a great treatment option for individuals suffering with this condition.
Melasma is a skin condition that presents as brown patches on the face of adults, mostly occurring in women. Both sides of the face are usually affected, most commonly cheeks, forehead, upper lip and bridge of nose.
Moles can appear anywhere on the skin, usually brown in color but can be skin colored and various shapes and sizes. The brown color is caused by melanocytes, cells that produce the pigment melanin. Most moles are non-cancerous but some may warrant medical concern. You should watch for any spot that changes in size, shape, color, bleeds, itches, becomes painful or appear later in life.
A chronic inflammatory disorder involving especially the skin of the nose, forehead, and cheeks that is characterized by congestion, flushing, telangiectasia, and marked nodular swelling of tissues especially of the nose —called also acne rosacea
A mark left (as in the skin) by the healing of injured tissue
A type of disease where malignant cancer cells are to be found in the outer layer of a person’s skin.
Hives are usually pale, itchy, pink areas on the skin that are swelling, and can burn or sting. They are very common and the cause of an allergic reaction. They can vary in size from a pencil eraser to as large as a dinner plate and may join to form larger patches.
Warts are non-cancerous skin growths caused by a viral infection. Common warts usually grow on the fingers and hands, foot warts are usually on the soles of the feet and called plantar warts. Molluscum Contagiosum is a common skin disease caused by a virus which affects the top layers of the skin. They are usually small-flesh colored or pink dome-shaped growths that often become red or inflamed, spread by skin-to-skin contact.
Process by which a person cleans and moisturizes their skin.
Flat gray, brown or black spots. They vary in size and usually appear on the face, hands, shoulders and arms — areas most exposed to the sun
Spider veins are small superficial blood vessels that appear red or blue in the skin, commonly found on the legs and can be treated with Sclerotherapy..
A small ridge or furrow especially when formed on a surface by the shrinking or contraction of a smooth substance specifically :  one in the skin especially when due to age, worry, or fatigue
Vitiligo is a condition that causes the skin to lose pigment (color). It can develop on any part of the body and may be limited to a few white spots on the body while others may have widespread color loss.