• What is Vitiligo & How is it Treated?
    About 1% of the global population has vitiligo—a condition causing white patches on the skin. While it is unclear what causes this skin condition, a dermatologist can help determine potential Read more
  • What is Melasma & How Do You Treat It?
    Click here to play video Noticing brown spots after spending time in the sun this summer? With topical therapies and microneedling there are treatment options to help reduce those pesky patches. What Read more
  • What are molluscum & how is it treated?
    What are molluscum?  Molluscum is a viral infection caused by a poxvirus (not the same as chicken pox!). It is very common in toddlers and school aged children. They usually present Read more
  • What is Psoriasis & how is it treated?
    Psoriasis is a skin disorder that causes scaley patches of inflamed skin, typically appearing on the knees, elbows, torso and head (facial and scalp psoriasis). What is Psoriasis? Psoriasis is a chronic Read more
  • Utilizing the Psoriasis Toolbox
    Click here to see the video interview In this video interview, Jerry Bagel, MD, MS, discusses improvement in quality of life for pediatric psoriasis patients and current and emerging treatments. Jerry Bagel, Read more
  • What is Hidradenitis Suppuritiva & How is it Treated?
    Click here to watch video Hidradenitis Suppuritiva or HS causes inflamed and painful swollen lesions in areas of the body where hair grows, such as the armpits, groin, anal regions and Read more
  • What is Eczema & how is it treated?
    Atopic dermatitis, or eczema, is a chronic, intensely itchy rash that most commonly develops during early childhood, known as baby eczema. Symptoms of eczema can include rash, itching, scratching and impaired Read more
  • What you need to know about skin cancer
    One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime, making skin cancer the most common form of cancer in the United States. What are the most common types of Read more
  • How to Know If You Have Skin Allergies
    You’ve probably had itchy skin or a rash at some point or another, whether from poison ivy, a mosquito bite, or the chickenpox. But what if your irritated skin seems Read more
  • All About Eczema
    According to the National Eczema Association, 31.6 million people in the U.S. have some form of eczema, a common, but not contagious inflammation of the skin. Yet, despite its prevalence, many Read more
  • Fillers: What to Know Before You Go
    Has your face lost the youthful plump and volume it once had? Have lines and wrinkles replaced your skin’s supple glow? Well, the good news is, you’re not alone. As we Read more
  • Botox: Why It's So Popular and Who Might Want It
    While we may gain wisdom with every year that passes, many of us would prefer to avoid some of the other “gifts” that come with age. The frown lines. The Read more
  • Is it a blush, a burn, or something more serious? Understanding Rosacea.
    It may appear as a “flush” or “blush” or even a sunburn. But when facial skin does not return to normal within a few days, you may actually have Rosacea. Rosacea Read more
  • When Should I Take my Child to a Dermatologist?
    It’s not unusual for a normal childhood to include lumps and bumps and rashes and itches. But sometimes it’s best to have a pediatric dermatologist take a look. If your child Read more
  • Understanding Hidradenitis Suppurativa
    Though it may not be rare, the condition that causes cysts and boils in the folds of the skin, typically in the armpits and groin can be painful. For those Read more
  • Is Botox Right for Me?
    Our increasingly virtual world and seeing yourself on Zoom may have alerted you to signs of aging that you’d rather not have, namely lines and wrinkles. For many, Botox can Read more

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Windsor Dermatology

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