A dermatologist offers both medical and surgical treatment for diseases affecting the skin, hair, and nails.
Specialists in dermatology include pediatric dermatology, surgical dermatology, dermatopathology, and dermatological immunology. Immunodermatology, phototherapy, and cosmetic surgery are other areas of dermatological specialization.
Some of the common disorders that Dermatologists treat can include dermatitis, skin cancer, eczema, psoriasis, acne, hyperhidrosis, alopecia, rosacea, hives, measles and shingles, vitiligo, impetigo, ingrown nails, hirsutism, hair loss, bacterial and fungal skin infections and immune skin disorders such as lupus.
Skincare specialists are trained in a wide variety of treatments. These include topical medication and antibiotic prescriptions, skin biopsies, hair removal and transplantation procedures, tattoo eradication, laser therapy, and radiation therapy for the treatment of cancer and precancerous growths.
As well as referring to dermatologists, family physicians, general practitioners, cosmetic surgeons, oncologists, and allergists/immunologists may refer patients to dermatologists.
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