nevada medical dermatology skin treatmentWest Dermatology is a world-renowned dermatological center with an exceptional staff composed of cosmetic and medical skin experts committed to providing the latest and most advanced treatment options on the market for a multitude of skin conditions. Contact us today to schedule a consultation or simply inquire about any adverse dermatological conditions you suspect you have. We have locations in Arizona, Nevada, and California.

To learn more about the skin conditions that may be affecting you and the right treatments for your unique needs, contact us today to schedule a consultation or simply inquire about any adverse dermatological conditions you suspect you have. Contact us today to schedule an informative consultation today.

Skin conditions that we provide treatment for include:


Acne develops when tiny glands just beneath the surface of your skin, called sebaceous glands, produce excess oil that, along with loose skin cells, clogs the follicles in your skin, eventually forming a pimple.

We provide treatment options ranging from traditional oral and topical medicines to more advanced technological solutions, such as laser therapy.

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Your skin often shows your reactions to all kinds of allergies, as dermatology and allergies are often closely connected, and at West Dermatology, our expert dermatologists can mitigate or even eliminate a variety of symptoms from your allergies, though a trained immunologist can help find out the underlying cause of your allergies.

Contact West Dermatology if you suffer from the following or other allergy symptoms: sneezing, headaches, ear pressure, breath shortness, wheezing, itchiness, watery eyes, stomachaches, bloating, skin rashes, and more.

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Eczema & Dermatitis

Characterized by itchy red patches on your skin, eczema can flare up anywhere on your body due to triggers such as allergens, food, cleansers, stress, and hormonal changes. There are no known causes for different types of eczema, but West Dermatology provides a range of treatments to manage your particular case.

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Excessive Sweating

Also known as hyperhidrosis, excessive sweating is an uncomfortable condition that makes you self-conscious in public because you sweat more than the situation calls for. It’s common under your arms and on your hands and feet, but it can affect all aspects of your life. West Dermatology offers several types of treatment relief, including Botox.

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Moles are colored spots on the outer layer of your skin that usually are harmless, although some can signify skin cancer. Don’t ignore a mole if it develops or if it changes in any way such as growing, changing colors, bleeding or itching; see West Dermatology immediately. If your mole is determined to be normal, it’s your choice to have it removed – and there are plenty of options available. However, if it’s found to be cancerous, it should be removed with a simple procedure performed right in our office.

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Psoriasis develops when skin cells in certain parts of your body grow and multiply much faster than usual – over a period of days instead of the usual four weeks. This red patches of itchy, scaly skin that can range from mild to severe, and your scalp, hands, elbows, back, knees, and feet are most commonly affected. A psoriasis flare-up can be triggered by a variety of factors, but topical ointments and creams, prescription medications, or UV light phototherapy are effective treatments offered at West Dermatology.

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Rosacea is a skin condition that often resembles a sunburn or an allergic reaction, as it is characterized by red swollen patches on your face, especially your cheeks, chin and nose. There are no known causes for rosacea, although it’s thought to be hereditary, autoimmune-related, or even microbial. Different subtypes of rosacea include facial redness, acne rosacea, skin thickening, and eye irritation.

As with many skin conditions that have no known cause, rosacea also has no known cure, although your symptoms and condition can be managed with any number of treatments, depending on which type of rosacea you have from topical creams to laser and intense pulsed light.

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It is said that every scar has a story, but just as some stories should remain secret, some scars are better off concealed. To continue keeping some of your secrets secret – regardless of whether yours are keloid, contracture, hypertrophic, or acne scars – West Dermatology offers many different treatment options to reduce their visibility, including topicals, radiotherapy, different kinds of injections, laser resurfacing, and surgery.

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Skin Cancer

About one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in his or her life, but not all skin cancer is the same. There are three types of skin cancer – basal cell, squamous cell, and melanoma. Treatment varies, depending on many factors, so be active in protecting yourself and your skin by avoiding too much UV exposure and seeing your dermatologist as soon as you see warning signs.

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Sun and Age Damage

It’s thought that nearly 90% of the signs of skin aging is due to sun exposure, which not only affects the surface of your skin but also the DNA of your skin cells. This is what leads to wrinkles, lines, and skin discoloration. Treatment options are plenty, but which ones are effective depends on many factors. A consultation with West Dermatology will help determine the extent of skin damage and the proper treatment for your particular case.

However, you can always help protect yourself and your skin by avoiding too much sun exposure, applying sunscreen daily, and covering up your skin when you are out in the sun.

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Warts are contagious, usually small, flesh-toned bumps that develop anywhere on your body. There are a handful of types – common, periungual (under a toenail or fingernail), filiform (long, narrow facial warts), flat (pin-sized warts often found in bunches on children), and plantar (rough, grainy warts on the bottom of the foot).

Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and can be effectively treated with at-home treatments or treatments from a board-certified dermatologist at West Dermatology, depending on a variety of factors.

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Experienced Care for Your Skin Condition

Don’t let your skin condition continue without the treatment it deserves. The skilled skincare team at West Dermatology can help you today through individualized care focused on your unique needs. Schedule a consultation today via a phone call or by filling out our online consultation form.