Treatment of rashes, acne, psoriasis, eczema, warts, and other diseases of the skin, hair, and nails. Evaluation and management of precancerous and cancerous skin lesions, cysts, and moles. Full body skin exams.
Surgical excision (removal) of skin cancers, melanomas, cysts, lipomas (fat tumors), moles, hypertrophic scars/keloids and other growths on the skin (face and body), genitalia, scalp, palms, soles of the feet or suitable lesions on oral mucosa (lips and mouth)
Destruction of skin lesions by using cold application of liquid nitrogen using open or closed spray techniques (warts, actinic keratoses, precancerous conditions) cryoprobes (xanthelasma, sebaceous hyperplasia – oily glands) or keloids (intralesional cryosurgery)
Use of electric current in destruction of skin lesions like hemagiomas, xanthelasmas, warts, or facial capillaries and skin tags. Electroresection – removal of hyperplastic (overgrown) sebaceous (oily glands) in patients with chronic rosacea – rhinophyma.
Use of special medications called “biologics” that work as immune modulators for the treatment of moderate to severe psoriasis. These medications are usually in the form of injections given on the weekly, be-weekly or three-monthly intervals which could provide significant relief in properly chosen patients. The risk-benefit ratio has to be addressed individually with each patient due to potentially severe adverse effects.