Have you tried numerous methods to get acne under control? Now, drugs and other over the counter “remedies” can be a thing of the past. Why deal with the wait and potential side effects of those options when you can have clearer skin in typically just a few short acne treatments. Click to learn more.
Actinic Keratoses (AKs) are dry, scaly, rough-textured lesions that form within the outermost layers of the skin as a result of long-term exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light. These lesions can appear flesh colored or have more of an erythematous (red) look. It is very important to have these lesions monitored and treated by a health care provider. AKs may develop into skin cancers such as squamous cell carcinoma. At Altaire Clinic, we offer various options to treat these potentially dangerous lesions. Click to learn more.
From skin tags to seborrheic keratoses, Altaire Clinic is able to assist you in removing these benign lesions. These are covered under certain insurances based off the symptoms associated with the lesions. Consult with us today to see if treatment will be covered with your insurance. Click to learn more.
Dermatitis is a broad term for irritation of the skin. It could be caused by exposures, allergies, genetics, and sometimes you do not know what the cause is. Dermatitis can occur quickly or become a chronic problem. Dermatitis of skin affects people of all ages from early infancy to well into our adult years. Symptoms can range from mild redness to severe itching of the skin. Altaire Clinic is here to help get your skin care needs addressed in a timely manner. Click to learn more.
Hair loss is common among both men and women. For men, hair loss can begin as soon as their early 20s. Hormone changes and aging can cause minor to significant hair loss. Due to popular demand, research is constantly changing to bring you the best treatments available.
At Altaire Clinic, we have broken it down to the 7 research-based approaches that work. However, even these have variable results. Aside from hair transplants, a multidimensional approach has proven to be most effective. Click to learn more.
At Altaire Clinic, we offer lesion removals with the option of either a simple surgical technique or by removing it with a laser. This provides us with the unique approach to provide optimal results for you.
Lesions and other skin conditions treated include:
- Sebaceous Hyperplasia
- Seborrheic Keratosis
- Skin tags
- And more…
Tired of waiting months to get in to see your Dermatologist? Do you want quick, convenient, and educated care? Altaire Clinic is offering medical consults for benign Dermatology needs. Our licensed health care providers have over 50 years of combined expertise to help you feel your best. Click to learn more.
Moles can vary from benign, irritating lesions, to dangerous, life-threatening melanoma. The difference between a benign growth and skin cancer can be difficult to differentiate. Altaire Clinic accepts insurance to help you medically screen your moles. If you see a mole or new spot on your skin that has the ABCDEs of melanoma, see your provider immediately. Click to learn more.
Pigmentation disorders are a result of too much or too little melanin released within the skin. Hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation can be extremely frustrating. Healthy skin is interpreted as one color throughout. This is difficult to achieve with certain skin conditions. At Altaire Clinic, we offer a variety of cosmetic and medical approaches to help you achieve your optimal goals. Click to learn more.
Psoriasis is a condition that causes the body to make new skin cells in days rather than weeks. As these cells pile up on the surface of the skin, you may see thick, scaly patches. These thick, scaly patches that develop on the skin are called plaques. Most common areas affected include: knees, elbows, lower back, or scalp.
Psoriasis is a lifelong disease. Learning what your triggers are is very important. Early intervention is also extremely beneficial in optimal control. There are numerous treatment medications to help control this before it starts affecting your daily routine. Click to learn more.
Rosacea is a very common skin disease. In the Midwest, there is a high prevalence of Rosacea related to ethnic ancestry. Treatment for Rosacea is multi-purposed. You will need to prevent exposure to your triggers. Topical products are utilized to keep the skin healthy and calm inflammation. Oral and topical prescriptions are often given for moderate to severe types of Rosacea. Laser/light therapy is also utilized in combination to help achieve your desired results. Click to learn more.