Acne: Genetics, skin bacteria, sweat, and hormones can all lead to the formation of acne in adults and children alike. Acne can lower your self-confidence by leaving marks and scars on your skin as well as creating painful nodules under the surface. Comprehensive acne therapies are the the best way to regain your blemish-free skin. Feel free to contact La Jolla Dermatology and Laser Surgery Center for profession medical assistance with acne and acne scar treatments.
Actinic Keratosis: People over the age of 40 are often more susceptible to developing abnormal skin cells as a result of years of sun exposure. One such condition is the development of Actinic Keratosis. While these lesions are not cancerous, they can develop into Squamous Cell cancers. Therefore, it is best to reduce the number of such growths and prevent the future development of skin cancers. For further information and treatment of Actinic Keratosis please contact La Jolla Dermatology and Laser Surgery Center.
Alopecia Areata: Hair loss can be difficult to deal with, especially when it is our own body’s immune system that causes the hair loss. Alopecia is a medical condition that affects over 6.8 million people in the United States. Our team of professionals have extensive experience in dealing with cases of alopecia. Contact us for more information.
Atypical Moles: Everybody has moles on their body and in most cases, these moles are harmless. But sometimes, some moles develop after birth and may look or feel abnormal. Abnormal moles are called dysplastic nevi; they may be a precursor to melanoma and depending on the degree of abnormality, it may be best to have them permanently removed. If you have any questions regarding atypical moles or are seeking treatment for them please feel free to contact us.