Eczema Diagnosis & Treatment NJ
Eczema, also referred to as dermatitis, is a common inflammation of the skin, but it is not contagious. Inflamed or eczematous skin is red, itchy and swollen, sometimes with fluid-filled bumps that ooze and crust. Common causes of eczema include an allergic reaction to something touching the skin such as contact with chemicals, strong soaps or substances that dry or irritate the skin. Some types are hereditary. Although eczema cannot be cured, a Windsor Dermatology physician can provide a proper diagnosis and a treatment plan to manage your eczema and control flare-ups.
“After being referred to Dr. Bagel from my dermatologist for severe eczema on my hands, I am completely clear. Simple tasks of driving, cooking and everyday living was a problem. So thankful to be myself again.” – Elaine