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Our dermatology offices serve Dearborn and the surrounding area.  We offer state-of-the-art dermatology services and a comprehensive range of medical and cosmetic dermatological care. Board certified doctors are here to solve your medical skin problem or help you look your best.   We have a range of tools, techniques and strategies that will rejuvenate your skin and help you look 20 years younger. We are committed to providing you with the highest quality of care for your skin. We pledge to provide you with superior, individualized, and confidential care starting with a comprehensive consultation and ending with natural looking results.  We run an efficient and pleasant practice believing your time is just as valuable as ours.  So, call and set up an appointment.  That’s the first step toward looking your best.

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Eczema

Hives

Hives is also known as urticaria. It is a outbreak of swollen, patches of red bumps or welts on the skin. It can arise from allergies or other reasons. It is accompanied by itching, burning or stining sensation. Hives can appear on the lips, face, tongue, ears, throat or on the neck shoulders and back. It can cover a large area or small and may join other areas as it spreads. Hives can last for several hours or days. Call a board certified dermatologist. What causes Hives? hives-on-the-legsHives can form when, blood plasma leaks out of small blood vessels in the skin. Allergies, food, insect stings, extended exposure to sunlight or medications can all cause a break out in Hives. In children, it can also break out when the above circumstances are present. Hives in children can be controlled with over the counter medications. Some Hives treatments can be home remedies as well. Consult with a board certified dermatologist for options for Hives treatment

Types of Hives and angioedema?

There are several different types of hives and angioedema, including:

Acute Hives:

Hives or swelling that lasts for less than six weeks. This is usually in reaction to allergic reactions to food, medication, infection, latex or insect bites. Common foods that brings on Hives include; milk, wheat, soy, chocolate, fish, shell fish, tomatoes, eggs, berries, nuts, foods with preservatives. Medication include aspirin, ibuprofen, painkillers and codeine.

Angiodemaangeidema

Angioedema is severe swelling beneath the skin. The swelling may also occur on the surface of the skin. In some cases, the swelling is combined with the appearance of hives. Some areas of the body such as the face and limbs, are more prone to swelling than others. It’s due to this swelling that angioedema is sometimes referred to as “giant hives.” Symptoms of Angiodema swollen eyes or lining of the eyes swollen mouth abdominal cramping difficulty in breathing When angioedema is hereditary in a family, the condition is known as hereditary angioedema. Hereditary angioedema has different causes, symptoms, treatments, and complications than regular angioedema.

Chronic urticaria:image

Hives or swelling that lasts more than 6 weeks is called Chronic Urticaria. The cause is more difficult to determine because it may be more systemic; These symptoms are from hormonal imbalances: autoimmune, chronic infections, hormonal disorders and malignancy.

Physical Urticaria:

This is when Urticaria is cause by direct physical contact with the skin. Usually, repetitive motions, cold, heat, exposure to the sun, vibrations, pressure, sweating and exercise can all cause this form of Hives.

How to treat Hives

The best way to treat Hives to to identify the trigger or “what is causing the problem?” Once you have identified the trigger allegeric reaction to food, medication and/or latex. Try these remedies to address the problem. Also, consult with a board certified dermatologist.

Home remedies for Hives

Avoid hot water. Use luke warm water to wash your face and shower Avoid heavily fragrance soaps and detergents Bath/shower once per day Use hypo-allergenic soaps for showers and detergents Use cool compress to area Wear loose-fitting and lightweight clothes

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Psoriasis

We can help you treat and manage your psoriasis. Below are descriptions of the different types of psoriasis. Psoriasis is a skin condition but it is in fact a systemic disease resulting from a malfunction of the immune system. According to the National Psoriasis Foundation, 7.5 million people suffer from the disorder Psoriasis is a common skin condition that comes in several common types: Plaque psoriasis consists of raised lesions covered with a variable amount of silvery scales most commonly seen on the elbows, knees, scalp, and trunk. [caption id="attachment_824" align="aligncenter" width="285"]Plaque Psoriasis | Psoriasis. Plaque Psoriasis[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_825" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Plaque Psoriasis Plaque Psoriasis[/caption] Guttate psoriasis is small circular lesions that come on suddenly and are seen after infections. This type of psoriasis attacks children more than adults. This type of psoriasis is not always chronic. inverse, pustular, scalp, erythrodermic, and psoriatic inflammatory arthritis. [caption id="attachment_827" align="aligncenter" width="230"]Guttate Psoriasis | Psoriasis. Guttate Psoriasis[/caption] Inverse psoriasis is when the scaly plaques develop in skin fold areas like the axillae, groin and buttock creases and the folds under the breasts. It develops from the heat and moisture generated from skin to skin friction. [caption id="attachment_826" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Inverse Psoriasis Inverse Psoriasis[/caption] Erythrodermic psoriasis often comes from stress to the body like an infection or fever. This condition has bright red legions, over larger areas. Finger nail color changes and can even be lost with Erythrodermic psoriasis. There are special psoriasis treatments for this condition. Triggers to psoriasis leading to psoriasis treatment Psoriasis is controllable, but not curable. Many things can trigger the onset and continuation of psoriasis: 1. Bacterial and viral infections 2. Stress: emotional or frictional on the skin surface inducing new areas of psoriasis to breakout. 3. Medications: beta-blockers, lithium, antimalarial medications, prednisone and other oral steroids 4. Injury to the skin: intentional such as with surgery, or unintentional such as a cut or scrape 5. Dry skin: may lead to scratching of the skin 6. Too little sunlight and even too much sunlight causing a sunburn 7. Alcohol can affect psoriasis. 8. Nicotine: smoking and smokeless tobacco products 9. Patients with weakened immune systems (AIDS, cancer chemotherapy patients, and patients with autoimmune disease such as rheumatoid arthritis) may have more severe bouts of psoriasis.

Psoriasis Treatments

There are three options for treating psoriasis:

Topical:

Moisturizers, topical steroids, and “peeling” agents (salicylic or lactic acids, and dandruff shampoos.) The effectiveness of this psoriasis treatment depends on the individual reaction.

Systemic:

"Biological” injectable medicines are being to treat psoriasis. These require a consultation with a dermatologist. They include : adalimumab, etanercept, infliximab, ustekinumab and ustekinumab. These drug treatments are also known by their trademarked names. Consult with Dr. Norman Levan to see if this type of psoriasis treatment is right for you.

Phototherapy:

This is careful exposure and precise exposure of your skin to ultraviolet light. But UVA and UVB treatments are used. It is a painless procedure and must be used in combination with oral and topical treatments. This type of psoriasis treatment is call PUVA treatment and is usually done in the office of a dermatologist. http://youtu.be/1KImnvvHNHk

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Psoriasis treatment vary widely from simply using over the counter remedies to photo therapy under the care of dermatologist. Find out how to treat your psoriasis. Board certified and a member of the American Association of Dermatology Chemical Peel
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