Our practice is led by a highly renowened and board-certified dermatologis, Liet N. Le, MD, who has made it his mission to give patients personalized care and effective results in a warm and welcoming environment. We extend the highest level of professional, quality care for all our services, including medical and surgical dermatology, aesthetics treatments, and hair restorarion.
Obtaining the proper diagnosis the first time around is of vital importance when it comes to formulating an effective treatment plan and not worsening the condition or creating additional issues. While we do encourage our patients to be proactive and aware of their skin's health, we strongly advise against self-diagnosing skin conditions as many symptoms and indicators are identical and shared by multiple skin disorders and diseases.
Regardless of how minor your condition may initially seem, it is always wise to obtain a diagnosis from a board-certified dermatologist. When you are suffering from the symptoms of a skin issue, we make every effort to offer quick or even same-day appointment times, when available. We recommend that you contact us as soon as the first symptoms or signs of discomfort appear.
Acne is a dermatological condition characterized by inflammation and mild infection in clogged pores. If left untreated, acne can lead to emotional distress, low self-esteem, and depression. In severe cases, it can even cause permanent scarring.
While acne is not a serious physical health threat, it can be an embarrassing skin problem that can negatively impact many patients' lives. Though it is most common among teenagers, acne can affect anyone, regardless of age or gender, and can be mild, moderate or severe.
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There are many different types of nail conditions that can affect both the fingernails and toenails. Some common nail conditions include nail fungus, yellowing of the nails, brittleness, and ridges.
While most nail conditions are harmless, some can be indicative of a more serious underlying health condition. Nail conditions can often be treated at home, but more severe cases may require medical treatment.
If you are concerned about a nail condition that you have, it is always best to consult with a medical professional to get a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.
Psoriasis is a dermal condition that prompts flaky skin patches which develop scales. It is a chronic autoimmune condition that causes skin cells to grow too quickly. This results in the buildup of thick, scaly patches on the skin. Psoriasis can occur on any part of the body but is most commonly found on the elbows, knees, and scalp. On all skin colors, the patches can appear pink or red, and the scales can look white or silver. On skin of color, the patches can also look purple or dark brown, and the scales may look grey.
Rashes can be itchy and painful, and they often look different on various skin colours. They are commonly said to be red, but on darker skin tones, they might be purple, grey, or white.
Some examples of rashes are eczema, granuloma annulare, lichen planus, and pityriasis rosea.
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. It can develop on any part of the body, but most often appears on the face, neck, hands, or arms. Skin cancer occurs when the cells in the skin begin to grow uncontrollably.
While skin cancer is the most common cancer in America, it is also highly treatable when detected early. For this reason, it is of the highest importance that you and your loved ones receive an annual skin cancer screening from a trained dermatologist. During your visit, we will thoroughly inspect your skin and explain how to monitor your skin and do self-checks throughout the year.
A viral rash is an outbreak of spots, bumps or blotches that can be caused by various viral infections.
The rash occurs because your immune system recognizes the virus as it travels through your bloodstream.
A long-term skin condition characterized by the loss of pigment, resulting in white patches on the skin. It occurs when melanocytes, the cells responsible for producing skin color, are destroyed or unable to function properly.
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