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If you are not happy with the way your skin looks or have a medical skin condition that needs to be addressed, call us.  We have Board Certified dermatologists here serving Vermont.  We can help.

Sometimes it’s weather.  sometimes its a genetic skin condition.  Whatever it is that you want to improve about your skin we can help.  We work with you one-on-one, our skilled physicians, use the latest treatments and technologies to help you look as young as you feel.

We have a spa-like atmosphere to set your mind at ease and remind you how special you are.

Dermatology

We treat all types of medical conditions:  Severe acne,  Dermatitis, Varacose Veins, Shingles, Rosacea, Eczema, Psoriasis, Urticaria, Hives, Mole Removal, Birthmark Removal, Keloid Treatment, Skin Tag Removal, Melasma Treatment

We have many cosmetic techniques to help you look your best: Microdermabrasion, CoolSculpting, Botox, Chemical Peels, Kybella, Ultherapy, Microliposuction, Juvederm, Cosmelan Depigmentation, Laser Scar Removal, Intense Pulse Light, Cryotherapy, Tattoo Removal, Laser Hair Removal

Experience, knowledgeable and safe.  All are cosmetic and medical treatments are specifically designed to get the results you want.   Treat yourself to a vision of beauty…your own…and get ready to love your skin again.

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Dermatology

Skin Tags

Skin tags are small growths or flaps of skin which are usually found around the neck, eyes, underarms, breasts, or groin. Thought to be caused by friction, skin irritation, obesity, and even genetics, these growths – which affect one in four people – are harmless. However, many people find them annoying, while others would like them gone for cosmetic reasons. If you want to remove them for cosmetic reasons, the best way to remove them is to see a dermatologist to get it done definitively. A blade can be used but they can also be removed with liquid nitrogen or with a surgical electrodessicator.

 

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Shingles

Shingles is a painful rash that is usually on one side of the face or body. Shingles symptoms include a rash that can cause blisters that usually scab after 7-10 days. Shingles is related to Chicken Pox, and is caused by the varicella zoster virus. The risk of getting Shingles increases as people age especially after age 60. Call a board certified dermatologist.

Is Shingles contagious?

Shingles is not contagious but it can be spread from some with an active case to someone who has never had Chicken Pox. The virus is spread by fluid from the blister to another but once the blister develops a crust it is no longer contagious. This should answer the question: “Are shingles contagious?”

Shingles symptoms

Shingles can have debilitating symptoms; Pain, numbness and burning on the skin Skin that is sensitive to the touch Red rash that appears after the pain appears Severe itching Blisters with fluid that break open and form a crust

Shingles treatment

Shingles can be effectively treated with antiviral medicines—acyclovir, valacyclovir, and famciclovir. However, to be most effective the medication must be applied at the beginning of the out break.

Shingles vaccine

To avoid contracting shingles, men and women over age 60 may consider a shingles vaccination. The CDC recommends and the FDA has approved shingles vaccine. Call a board certified dermatologist to get your Shingles vaccine. Shingles is sometimes called Zoster Herpes, it is NOT related to the same virus that causes genital herpes which is a sexually transmitted disease.

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