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At iMatrix Dermatology Division, we have state-of-the-art facilities and a team of talented physicians. We treat a diverse range of conditions and cosmetic concerns. Whether you seek treatment for a chronic ailment, a skin disfigurement, or an age-related dermatological condition, our experienced dermatologists have the latest technology to give you top-quality care.
Age spots -- Also known as liver spots, age spots occur after many years of exposure to UV rays from the sun. Treatments include laser therapy, topical medications, dermabrasion, and chemical peels.
Sun spots -- Sun spots are caused by frequent exposure to the sun, similar to age spots. Treatments include laser therapy, topical medications, dermabrasion, and chemical peels.
Fine lines & wrinkles -- Fine lines and wrinkles are a natural feature of aging skin. Treatments for fine lines and wrinkles include botox, juvederm, restylane, chemical peels, lasers, and light therapy.
Melasma -- Melasma, caused by sun exposure, produces gray or brown patches on the face. Melasma is often treated by topical medications and procedures like chemical peels, dermabrasion and microdermabrasion.
Cellulite -- The lumpy skin most often found on the thighs, abdomen and buttocks is known as cellulite. Common treatments for cellulite include body contouring treatments that utilize lasers and radio frequency systems.
Acne -- Acne is the appearance of inflamed and infected glands in the skin. Acne most commonly affects adolescents, but can be found in adults as well. Treatments for acne are tailored to meet the needs of each patient, and may include any combination of laser and light therapy, steroid injections and procedures like microdermabrasion and chemical peels.
Acne scars -- Scars from acne are treatable and can be removed with a variety of treatments, including laser treatments, dermabrasion, and peels.
Melanoma -- Melanoma is a type of skin cancer. When it is found early and treated, it’s nearly 100% curable. The risk of melanoma is increased by exposure to UV rays. Treatments for melanoma vary on a case-by-case basis, but the most common methods include chemotherapy, surgery and radiation therapy.
Basal cell carcinoma -- Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is one of the most common forms of skin cancer. This form of cancer usually develops on skin that gets sun exposure, such as the head, neck and back of hands. Basal cell carcinoma may be removed by surgical excision, mohs surgery, freezing the cells (cryosurgery) or radiation. Sometimes this cancer can be treated with topical creams.
Squamous cell carcinoma -- This common form of skin cancer that is usually found on areas of the skin that have been exposed to the sun. The usual treatments for this cancer includes radiation therapy and surgery.
Moles -- Moles are pigmented cell clusters, and in most cases, moles are harmless. Some moles may become cancerous and you should know that the first sign of melanoma is often a change to a mole, or a new mole on your skin.
Actinic keratosis -- Actinic keratosis is caused by sun exposure and takes the form of dry, scaly skin. By seeing a skin care specialist, AKs can be treated before they become cancerous. There are a variety of topical medications and procedures like chemical peels and laser surgery for treating this condition.
Warts -- These raised bumps usually occur on the hands and are caused by a virus. Warts may be removed with minor surgery or freezing.
Psoriasis -- Psoriasis is a chronic (long-lasting) skin disease. It appears when a person’s immune system sends signals that accelerates the growth of skin cells. The body isn’t able to shed the excess skin cells and they pile up on the surface of the skin, causing rough patches to appear. Although psoriasis has no cure, there are many treatments that can cause this condition to go into remission, including light therapy and topical treatments.
Rosacea -- Rosacea is a common skin disease and takes the form of red, bumpy skin in the area on and around the face. There are a variety of antibiotics, lasers, and dermabrasions that can treat rosacea.
Vitiligo -- Vitiligo is a condition that causes the skin to lose pigment in large patches and causes discoloration. Treatments include topical medication, light treatment and surgery.
Eczema (Dermatitis)- Eczema is an itchy skin condition that causes inflammation, redness and cracking. This condition is treated with topical ointments and moisturizers.
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