Many children and some adults suffer from diaper dermatitis. Diaper dermatitis is a common rash arising in the setting of an artificially moist and warm environment. In this article, we will cover some information so you can have a basic understanding of why this rash occurs. Read on for tips on how to manage it at home, including information on when to seek consultation from a medical professional.
Seborrheic dermatitis (seb derm) is an extremely common skin condition affecting mostly the face and scalp. Think of this as being similar to dandruff, though it is more of a substantial rash with redness and increased symptoms, particularly itching. This can affect both adults and children. In babies, it is often called a “cradle cap.” At Advanced Dermatology of the Midlands, seborrheic dermatitis is a skin disease that we diagnose and treat quite often.
First and foremost, we want to make it clear that acne is not caused by inadequate cleaning or hygiene. It is a hormonally driven process. Yet appropriate cleansing of the skin and other affiliated measures can help with acne. Periodic cleansing of the skin is one of the cornerstones in the management of acne. This helps remove excess oil, bacteria, and any residual medication as well as other products on the skin. But what about other hygiene measures that can make acne better? We want to give you some quick and easy personal skin care tips to help with your acne.
In dermatology, one of our primary areas of focus is abnormal moles (nevus/nevi) and skin cancer, like melanoma. Nevertheless, most common moles are completely normal and harmless. Despite that, mole removal may be considered for various reasons.
Spironolactone (spear-on-oh-lack-tone), an FDA-approved medication for high blood pressure, has gained increased interest for its ability to treat acne in women. Our dermatologists have more than a decade in practice together utilizing this medication to help patients treat acne. For this reason, we would like to discuss more details about the use of spironolactone for acne.
In the field of dermatology, filler is a material injected into the skin for a variety of cosmetic reasons. It can help smooth out lines and wrinkles and fill in larger voids/hollows. At Advanced Dermatology of the Midlands, all our dermatology providers have extensive experience and training in the use of facial dermal skin fillers. We love doing these procedures for our patients, and they love their results. In this article, we will walk you through some of the most common areas people get fillers, as well as the difference between a cannula and a traditional needle for skin filler.
The best dermatologists know that all adults should have a total-body skin examination every year. The purpose of this is for early detection and treatment of skin cancers, especially melanoma. Early treatment of these cancers can reduce complications and save lives.
For decades we have known that one of the very best antibiotics at our disposal to treat inflammatory skin conditions, especially acne and rosacea, is minocycline. Minocycline is like all antibiotics in that it kills bacteria. However, more important than this is its anti-inflammatory effect.
It is that time of year again-Nebraska’s cold winter weather has thoroughly set-in and is drying out our skin! We would like to share some helpful information with you about how to combat the problems of wintertime dry skin.
Wondering if it is safe to see your dermatologist during a pandemic? These are the steps we have taken at Advanced Dermatology of the Midlands to keep patients, staff, and the community safe.