Acne and Rosacea

Acne and rosacea are common skin conditions that cause redness, irritation, and breakouts. A dermatologist can offer treatment options including effective at-home skincare.

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Benign Skin Growths

Benign skin growths include a range of non-threatening conditions such as birthmarks, milia, cysts, or skin tags. A dermatologist can help diagnose and safely remove these growths.

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Eczema causes dry and irritated skin. Common treatment options include topical creams to relieve symptoms.

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Dermatologists can treat various issues that may affect the nails, such as fungal infections or psoriasis.

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Hair Loss

There are many causes of hair loss ranging from genetic alopecia to damage from hairstyles or chemical treatments. A dermatologist can help restore healthier, fuller hair.

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Pigmentation Disorders

It is common for patients to face issues with irregular pigmentation, whether they face a loss of pigment from vitiligo or hyperpigmentation from melasma, birthmarks, moles, and more. Dermatologists can help create a more even skin tone.

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Some common types of rashes include dermatitis, skin allergies, or hives. Dr. Damstetter can prescribe effective treatment options to relieve symptoms like itching, swelling, or redness.

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After an injury or surgery, it is possible for scars to be painful, irritating, or restrictive. Patients may also feel self-conscious of their appearance. A dermatologist can offer treatment options to reduce scarring.

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Skin Cancers

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. It’s important to see a dermatologist regularly for skin checks and, if necessary, biopsy or treatment.

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To learn more about your treatment options, schedule an appointment with Dr. Liz Damstetter at Reserve Dermatology. Call our Glenview office or contact us online to schedule your first appointment.