Did you know that a child’s skin is different from that of an adult? In fact, baby skin is structurally unique in that the cells are smaller and collagen fibers are thinner, meaning that is more susceptible to dryness. Because of this, a child’s skin needs to be treated uniquely, keeping these specific differences in mind. Our pediatric dermatologists are skilled in specifically treating pediatric skin conditions, so you can feel confident in knowing that your child is receiving only the best care.
Every parent wants the best for their child when it comes to their health. While you may not immediately think of a dermatologist when you are listing off your child’s doctors, it is important to ensure that a child’s skin is healthy. Because children may not always be able to express what is bothering them, it is important to choose a pediatric dermatologist to treat your child, as they are experts in the correct diagnosis and management of childhood skin diseases.
We provide age-appropriate evaluations to properly diagnose and treat different disorders of the skin, hair, and nails.
At HMGS Dermatology, our team treats a wide variety of pediatric dermatological conditions, including:
Pediatric dermatologists can treat children from birth through their teen years. If your child is in need of professional dermatological care, contact HMGS Dermatology today! Our relaxed, child-friendly setting is perfect for diagnosing and treating your child, as well as educating them on their skin condition so they can properly care for it in the future.
Our team is one of the region’s leading dermatology practices. All of our doctors are board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology and have been recognized for providing outstanding care to each of their patients. We also have a team of fantastic physician assistants, who have successfully completed an intensive in-house training program led by our doctors. Our main goal is to provide you with compassionate, professional, and effective care, so you can live a healthy and happy life.
We have also partnered with ModMed Telehealth to offer remote care from our doctors via your smartphone. During this virtual visit, we can diagnose skin conditions, order tests, and even prescribe medications, just as if you were visiting us in the office.
Skin conditions can begin to affect some patients soon after birth. Dermatologists can treat babies as necessary.
There is no cure for eczema, but a dermatologist can create an effective care plan to help you avoid flare-ups and relieve symptoms.
Dermatologists do treat hair loss, as they are trained to address issues of the skin, hair, and nails.
To treat eczema in babies, a dermatologist may use corticosteroids, identify triggers and irritants so they can be avoided, and advise a bathing and at-home care routine for parents to follow.
Pediatric dermatology is caring for the skin, hair, and nails in infants, children, and teens.
A cosmetic dermatologist is primarily interested in enhancing beauty. Our dermatologists practice both general dermatology, the treatment of skin disease, while also treating cosmetic-related issues.
It is important to know what specifically prompted your office visit and the details related to the problem. When applicable, it is helpful to know what treatments have been used prior to your visit and any relevant history.
You may be referred to us by your pediatrician or primary care provider. Anytime a skin problem presents in childhood a pediatric dermatologist can help.
Did you know that a child’s skin is different from that of an adult’s? In fact, baby skin is structurally unique in that the cells are smaller and collagen fibers are thinner, meaning that it’s more susceptible to dryness. Because of this, a child’s skin needs to be treated uniquely, keeping these specific differences in mind. Our pediatric dermatologists are skilled in specifically treating pediatric skin conditions, so you can feel confident in knowing that your child is receiving only the best care. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation.
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