Our dermatology providers offer advanced treatments and services for all medical dermatology concerns. Some of the common medical dermatology conditions we treat include herpes, psoriasis, rosacea, eczema, acne, genital warts, melanoma, skin cancer, keratosis pilaris, cold sores, warts, skin tags, rashes, mole removal and Mohs micrographic surgery, an advanced method to safely and effectively remove cancer from the skin. Mohs surgery is regarded as the most effective technique for removing Basel Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma, the two most common forms of skin cancer.
At Schweiger Dermatology, our providers utilize the most effective cosmetic treatment methods and are experienced in using the newest, state-of-the-art technology. Our cosmetic dermatology services address many common concerns and areas of the body, including acne scars, unwanted tattoos, stretch marks, anti-aging, skin tightening, skin resurfacing, hair removal, stubborn fat, fine lines and wrinkles. Some of the common cosmetic dermatology treatments we offer include Botox injections, laser stretch mark removal, laser tattoo removal, CoolSculpting, Juvederm, Fraxel laser skin resurfacing, Thermage, chemical peels and more. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to cosmetic skin care, which is why our providers will recommend a customized plan to help you achieve your aesthetic skin and body goals. If you’re interested learning about our various cosmetic dermatology treatments, schedule a consultation with one of our expert providers today.
*Same day appointments may be available for requests made before noon. Specific provider and/or location availability may vary. Schweiger Dermatology Group encourages our valued patients to maintain provider consistency for optimum care.
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