If you’re concerned about skin lumps, bumps, and rough skin patches, CK Derm can help. We are able to perform most services within our practice, including pathology, allowing for a faster, and more complete treatment focused specifically on your condition
At CK Derm, we like to make rash decisions, and do so quickly and efficiently. By specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of skin rashes, we can help get your skin back to healthy. While skin rashes can be challenging, we have the expertise needed to evaluate and care for your particular issue
A routine skin check is one of the easiest and most effective early skin cancer detection methods, providing CK Derm dermatology providers the opportunity to discuss any concerning skin issues.
You may not have thought about it previously but the health of your hair and nails is directly related to your skin. At CK Derm, we know hair and nails, and can help you achieve better health in both.
Bacterial & Fungal
Skin offers resistance to infection by bacteria and fungi, but sometimes infections do occur. As with all things in dermatology, the key to overcoming the infections that do occur is customized treatment based on accurate diagnosis.
Teens are the most susceptible to acne. In fact, it’s so common during adolescence that nearly every teen experiences some form of acne. Acne is considered a disease when it causes physical or mental scarring, pain, or social discomfort. Acne is much more common than many people realize, and cause depression in teenagers.
Acne is a leading cause of depression in teens.
At CK Derm, we approach treatment of acne in two different ways. The most effective is with a drug called isotretinoin. It’s a naturally occurring body chemical that typically cures acne in at least 80% of patients after a five month course of treatment. Acne can also be managed conventionally with topical medications and/or oral antibiotics. This method is often ideal for teens with milder adolescent acne.
When it comes to treating acne, we customize your treatment based on your diagnosis.