Whenever you have a skin condition or a problem with your hair and nails, you want to talk to someone specializing in dermatology — the medical specialty that focuses on the skin. The board-certified primary care specialists at National Healthcare Center in Stockbridge and Atlanta, Georgia, provides extensive services to help you with conditions as varied as acne, psoriasis, and skin cancer. They use the latest diagnostic techniques and provide advanced treatments like dermatologic surgery. To find out more, call or book an appointment online today.
Dermatology is an area of medicine focusing on your skin, along with the health of your hair and nails.
Your skin provides you with essential protection, keeping your inner tissues and organs safe from infections and injuries. It also serves a vital function in temperature regulation, for example, helping you to cool down by sweating.
Your skin contains vast numbers of nerves as well, giving you your sense of touch and warning you of potential dangers.
Your skin deserves the best of care, not just to keep you looking good but to ensure you stay healthy.
Dermatology covers all conditions that affect your skin, hair, and nails. There’s a vast number of these, but some of the more common conditions treated at National Healthcare Center include:
The team at National Healthcare Center provides skin cancer screenings to help identify skin cancers like malignant melanoma at the earliest stage of their development before they spread and become life-threatening.
They can also diagnose and treat skin allergies using noninvasive allergy testing techniques.
As there are so many different kinds of dermatology conditions, there’s also a broad range of potential treatments. Some of these include:
If you have acne, National Healthcare Center can create an effective acne treatment plan to reduce acne and minimize scarring. They can also remove moles and treat other skin problems that keep you from having blemish-free skin.
The team also provides treatments for autoimmune skin disorders, including eczema and rosacea. If cancer screening identifies suspicious lesions on your skin, they can remove them and have them tested. Treatments for hair loss include steroid injections, natural growth factors, and low-level laser therapy.
To find out more about taking care of your skin, hair, or nails or to schedule a dermatology consultation, call National Healthcare Center or book an appointment online today.