At Sunrise Dermatology, we strive to meet all of your skin care needs. We care for patients and families from infancy to adulthood. We provide advanced diagnostic and treatment plans for a full spectrum of skin disorders. Commonly treated conditions include rashes, eczema, acne, warts, psoriasis, skin tags, moles, and skin cancers. Our board-certified dermatologists have expertise in topical and systemic therapies, along with a wide array of surgical and cosmetic techniques. Our providers pride themselves on communication and empathy, as well as their clinical skills. We feel confident that our patients leave satisfied that all concerns have been addressed fully and questions answered completely.
Acne is a common inflammatory (tender red bumps with occasional pus) or non-inflammatory (clogged pores and whiteheads/blackheads) skin condition of adolescence and adulthood. Our most common treatments include various topical medications, oral medicines for more severe cases, and chemical peels.
Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease of genetic origin that manifests with thick, red, scaly areas on the skin. It can affect various areas of the body including elbows, knees, hands, feet, scalp, groin, and fingernails. Through the use of topical, oral, and injectable medications, we are able to treat all types of psoriasis, from mild to severe.
Warts are benign growths of the skin caused by subtypes of the Human Papilloma Virus. Rarely these warts, particularly in the genitals or mucosal areas of the skin, can develop into squamous cell carcinoma. Sunrise Dermatology treats warts with a variety of traditional destructive methods including liquid nitrogen cryotherapy, but also with cutting edge NdYag lasers and immunotherapy (injectable candida antigen, squaric acid, etc.)
Eczema is a group of skin disorders in which inflammation in the skin leads to significant itching. This disorder group includes classic childhood eczema, adult hand eczema, contact dermatitis, nummular dermatitis, and prurigo nodularis. We treat eczema with a variety of topical medications and oral medications such as antihistamines. Severe cases are sometimes treated with systemic immunosuppressive medications, which we have expertise in using judiciously.
Rosacea is a common inflammatory condition of the face that presents with facial flushing, redness, and inflammatory lesions. Treatment options include topical medications, oral medications, and procedures such as laser treatments.
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer and is typically related to UV exposure from the sun. Our dermatologists are experts at the diagnosis and treatment of common and rare forms of skin cancer, including basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma, among others. Treatment options range from topical medications, ablative lasers, traditional surgical removal, and Mohs micrographic skin surgery depending on subtypes of tumors and locations on the body.
Patch testing is a technique involving placement of allergens on the back for 48 hours in order to invoke a focal skin response to identify the cause of an allergic contact dermatitis rash.
Molluscum Contagiosum is a common skin condition most often seen in children that presents with painless small bumps on the skin. This natural infection can last for years, so we generally treat the spots in our practice with topical methods such as Cantharidin application.
Cysts are common benign growths of the hair follicles that can be unsightly and painful. They can be easily removed with surgical excision in our office. We use absorbable sutures in the vast majority of our surgeries to respect our patients? time and decrease the need for unnecessary follow up appointments.