Allergy Patch Testing is a treatment used to diagnose any form of contact dermatitis and determine which allergens affect the skin. If you have hives or other allergic reactions, your dermatologist may suggest allergy patch testing. Learn to care for yourself pre-and post-testing.
Dermal fillers refer to a line of products that are injected into the skin to replace lost volume, enhance lips, reduce wrinkles and rejuvenate the skin overall. To reduce the appearance of wrinkles your dermatologist may suggest a dermal filler. Learn how to care for yourself pre-and post-dermal filler treatment.
Laser treatments use focused light for treatment. Lasers are tuned to very specific frequencies to perform different tasks, and can even be used in surgery to allow doctors to work on a very precise area with less pain, swelling, and scarring than traditional surgery. If you have skin discoloration, your dermatologist may recommend Diolite Laster Treatment. Learn how to care for yourself pre-and post-treatment.
Cryotherapy, or “cryosurgery,” is a simple, non-invasive procedure in which liquid nitrogen is used to freeze and destroy growths on the surface of the skin. If you have signs of abnormal skin growth, your dermatologist may recommend cryotherapy, using liquid nitrogen. Learn more about cryotherapy here!
Cysts or abscesses are pockets of tissue (sacs) that may become filled with pus, fluids, skin cells, and even air. If you have an abscess or cyst, your dermatologist may recommend having it drained. Learn how to care for yourself pre-and post-drainage treatment.
A fungal infection is an inflammatory condition that is caused by fungus. They can appear in many parts of the body and include athlete’s foot, yeast infections, skin and nail infections, and more. For nail fungal infections, your dermatologist may recommend nail avulsion or removal. Learn how to care for yourself pre-and post-nail avulsion treatment.
Sclerotherapy is an outpatient procedure designed to treat varicose and spider veins in the legs. Sclerotherapy involves injecting a solution directly into the vein, which causes the vein to constrict and become less apparent. If you have spider or varicose veins, your dermatologist may recommend sclerotherapy. Learn how to care for yourself pre-and post-sclerotherapy treatment.