Rash Treatment Near Me in Maryland

Are You Suffering From Skin Rashes? It’s Time to Visit the Skin Care Experts at WellAve Dermatology. Don’t Delay Eczema Treatment and Psoriasis Treatment. Call One of Our Locations Today to Make an Appointment.

Rash Treatment Near Me in Maryland

If you or a loved one is suffering from eczema or psoriasis, WellAve Dermatology is here to help. Skin rashes and irritation can not only lower your self-esteem and cause you to cover up when you may otherwise not want to, but they can also be irritating and painful. Instead of attempting to treat yourself at home, the professionals at WellAve Dermatology can provide you with a comprehensive diagnosis and treatment plan that will accelerate your healing, and help you take control of your skin so that you can enjoy renewed skin health and greater self-confidence.

Eczema is not only one thing. It is a name for a group of conditions that can cause your skin to become inflamed, red, and very itchy. There are several different types of eczema, which is why you should make an appointment with a dermatology provider who can properly diagnose and treat your specific issues. There are over 30 million Americans suffering from eczema in the United States, so it is important to know that you are not alone, and WellAve Dermatology is here to support you through your eczema diagnosis, and guide you through an effective treatment plan.

There are several different treatment methods for eczema, including using lukewarm water when you shower or bathe, and cultivating a strict moisturization routine. For those with severe eczema, prescription topical ointments including corticosteroids, skin barrier creams, and PDE4 and TC inhibitors may be necessary.  Phototherapy has also been proven to increase vitamin D production and help activate the bacteria-fighting systems in the skin.

Psoriasis is more than just a skin condition that can cause itchy, scaly patches on the skin, it is actually a chronic immune system disease that manifests on the skin. Normally, a body will take approximately 28-30 days to produce new skin cells and shed old ones. If you have psoriasis, it means your immune system is overactive, causing new skin cells to be produced much faster than normal; typically, in a span of 3-4 days. This causes old, dead skin cells to pile up on the surface of the skin, forming thick, red, flaky patches known as plaques. Psoriasis has also been linked to other diseases such as diabetes and arthritis.

For many with mild to moderate psoriasis, topical treatments may be enough to help control your symptoms.  These topical treatments may include corticosteroids, vitamin D analogues, salicylic acid, calcineurin inhibitors, and topical retinoids. Phototherapy has also been proven to be an effective treatment for psoriasis either alone or in combination with other medications. Severe psoriasis may require the use of either oral or injected medications.

Skin rashes can be unsightly and painful. But more than that, they can be indicative of more serious medical conditions. If you or a loved one is suffering with eczema or psoriasis, or think you might be, stop waiting and make an appointment with a dermatology provider today. WellAve Dermatology has 4 conveniently located offices in Maryland ready to help you take control of your skin. We offer comprehensive eczema and psoriasis treatment plans customized for your individual needs.

** All WellAve dermatology providers are subject to our rigorous training and ongoing quality control program developed and supported by experienced, board certified dermatologists.


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