Information About Common Skin Conditions Services

At Bodian Dermatology, Dr. Adam Bodian and his team treat a number of common skin conditions through advanced treatment options. If you are dealing with a condition, such as acne, eczema, rosacea, or cysts, Dr. Bodian can create a customized treatment plan that best works for you. Our goal at our Great Neck, NY facility is to help our patients see results and improve their quality of life and overall skin health.

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If you suffer from acne, laser therapy using Acleara, excel V, or a cold laser can clear blemishes for a smoother complexion and more even skin tone.

Eczema encompasses several skin conditions causing red, itchy skin. Topical medications, lasers, and UVB treatments often work to relieve symptoms.

Psoriasis appears on the skin as itchy, scaly plaques on the elbows, hands, or scalp. Symptoms can be minimized with treatments like creams or lasers.

Vitiligo causes melanocytes to stop producing pigment, leading to white skin patches. Laser therapy may be an option to treat your skin symptoms.

Rosacea appears as red, inflamed skin across the cheeks and nose, often looking like a rash. Once diagnosed, it can be treated with creams or lasers.

Cysts are sac-like cavities that form on the skin. Though typically noncancerous, cysts can be removed using injections, draining, or excision.

Moles are small, dark growths on the skin that are usually harmless but can potentially become cancerous. Moles can be surgically removed or shaved.

Warts are small bumps on the skin caused by HPV, typically appearing on the hands, feet, knees, and elbows. When diagnosed, warts can be treated.

Molluscum is a contagious skin condition spread by skin-to-skin contact and appears as an irritating red rash consisting of small, round bumps.

Skin tags are small, benign, flesh-colored growths that appear on the body. Our staff is equipped to carefully remove any bothersome skin tags.

Seborrheic keratoses are common, benign skin lesions that look round and scaly. The growths typically appear on your shoulders, chest, or back.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.