Conditions

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Dermatology Associates of Seattle specializes in the treatment of all dermatological conditions.
Actively involved in research and contributing to advancements in medicine, Dermatology Associates of Seattle treats patients for chronic skin disorders on a daily basis. For frequently seen conditions such as eczema and psoriasis, our dermatologists recommend light therapy as it is painless and significantly reduces symptoms.

Acne:

A large percentage of the population suffers from acne at some point in life, and some are more severely affected than others. How do you cure acne?

Acne Scars:

Scars may remain for years after acne lesions have healed. The severity of the scarring correlates with the severity of the acne. How do you remove acne scars?

Allergic Contact Dermatitis:

The best way to avoid contact dermatitis is to not come in contact with allergens or irritants that cause your symptoms, while cleaning your skin regularly. What is Allergic Contact Dermatitis?

Birthmarks:

Just about everyone you know has a pigmented spot [mole, nevus) on their face or body and some of these are present from birth. Can you remove a birthmark?

Bullous Disease:

Bullous diseases are a varied group of conditions that can cause the skin and mucous membranes to detach. What is Bullous Disease?

Cellulite:

Many people believe that vigorous exercise and proper nutrition can eliminate the appearance of cellulite, which they associate with excess fat. How do you remove cellulite?

Hair Loss:

Hair loss can affect both men and women and may result from a variety of conditions such as thyroid disease, anemia, protein deficiency, or low vitamin levels. How do you treat hair loss?

Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Many people believe that vigorous exercise and proper nutrition can eliminate the appearance of cellulite, which they associate with excess fat. What is Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS)?

Melanoma:

Melanoma is the most severe form of skin cancer. If allowed to grow, melanoma can spread quickly to other parts of the body. This condition can be deadly. How do you treat melanoma?

Melasma:

AMelasma is a common skin issue which causes brown or grayish-brown areas on your skin, most often on the face. How do treat melasma?

Moles:

Also known as nevi, moles are an easily recognizable skin condition present in the majority of adults. How can you tell if a mole is cancerous?

Psoriasis:

When it comes to this disease, a lot is going on under your skin causing what you see on the surface. How do you treat psoriasis?

Rosacea:

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition, characterized by redness and bumps or pimples that most often appear on the cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead. It can burn and itch. How do you cure rosacea?

Sagging or Fatty Skin:

Treatment for sagging or fatty skin is referred to as Body Contouring, this procedure reduces fat and tightens skin without surgical incisions. How do you remove sagging skin?

Scar Removal:

Beneath your skin, the weight of fat and tissue on your muscles can over time lead to severe stretching and sagging. How do you remove scars?

Skin Cancer:

Skin cancer is a type of tumor in the skin which will continue to invade, grow and potentially spread if left untreated. How do you detect skin cancer?

Skin Laxity:

Skin Laxity is something that everyone will experience as we age regardless of how much we work out or how healthy we eat. How do you treat skin laxity?

Spider Veins:

The veins are visible just beneath the surface of the skin, struggling to perform. They become blue, purple or red in hue. How do you treat spider veins?

Sunspots:

Sunspots, age spots, liver spots, or lentigines are a result of both aging and sun exposure. What are sunspots?

Unknown Rashes:

The repercussions of not treating it vary in extremes; for some outbreaks, no treatment may be necessary whereas, in others, early treatment is vital. How do you identify a rash?

Unwanted Hair:

Laser hair removal treatments are quicker than may think. For example, to carry out a procedure on the underarm or the Brazilian area only takes 20 minutes. What's the safest way to remove unwanted hair?

Unwanted Tattoos:

Upon an initial consultation, our doctors come up with a plan to remove all of your unwanted tattoos using the latest and most effective procedures to date. Can you remove a tattoo?

Vitiligo:

Vitiligo is a condition that causes patches of the skin to lose its pigmentation. Is there a cure for vitiligo?

Wrinkles:

Hydrating, moisturizing and feeding your skin antioxidants, retinoids and growth factors is vital.How do you stop/reverse facial wrinkles?