Conditions We Treat

Conditions We Treat

Skin conditions can seriously affect your confidence and impact your self image. While some may be temporary, painless, cosmetic others can be life threatening. At Clear Skin, our dermatologists treat a variety of skin disorders. Learn more about your skin condition and the treatment protocol to help you get back to healthy, glowing skin.

Our Consultation & Treatment Process

1. Book Appointment

Book your appointment online.

2. Diagnosis and Case History

Get a complete diagnosis of your condition on your first visit.

3. Curated Treatment Plan

Get a personalized treatment program based on your case history.

4. Results and Evaluation

Regular follow ups to gauge your progress.

All Conditions

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Lipoma is a fatty tissue growth that develops gradually within the skin. People of any age can develop a lipoma,...

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We also treat other conditions such as Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Eczema, Freckles, Xanthelasma, Tinea, Lipomas, Cysts and more. If you suffer...

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Sebaceous cysts are bumps that form underneath the skin. When sebaceous glands clog, it causes sebaceous cysts. Sebaceous cysts form...

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Tinea, ringworm, dermatophytosis or dermatophyte infection is a fungal infection of the skin. The lesion resembles a ring-shaped worm.

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Xanthelasma is a condition in which lesions fat-rich deposits form on the skin. Moreover, these lesions get deposited in various...

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Freckles or ephelides are brown spots on the skin. In fact, they are a cluster of melanized cells. In fact,...

Clear Skin Insights

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How To Prevent Scarring From Pimples?

Truly speaking, pimples are a teenager's nightmare. While these painful, red spots on the face can be frustrating, there is something worse. They can leave behind ugly scars that can last a lifetime. These scars are caused by the skin’s...

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How to Remove Acne Scars: Remedies For Blemish-Free Skin

Every woman’s biggest enemy, an acne scar is what is left behind of an unexpected pimple. While we all wish that drinking a magic potion could take it away at one instant—that is not practically possible. Acne is one of...

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How to Get Rid of Acne Scars Fast?

As acne isn't bad enough, acne scarring is like a double punishment. First, you have to deal with the inflammations and then the long term marks and scars they leave behind. The severe acne with pus-filled cysts under the skin...

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Clear Skin Ultimate Guides

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Dark Circles Under Eyes: Causes,...

Periorbital dark circles, commonly known as dark circles, can be caused by various exogenous and endogenous factors; they can make your face appear dull and exhausted. Dark circles may not be permanen

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How to treat and prevent sunburn?

A sunburn occurs when the skin is overexposed to the sun’s rays and it gets inflamed and feels hot to touch. Sunburnt skin appears after a few hours of overexposure to the sun’s UV light, or from

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Skin Care Conditions FAQs

- When should I see a dermatologist?

You should visit a dermatologist if your skin condition is not responding to any kind of OTC or home remedy treatment and it is impacting your confidence. You can seek treatment for a number of conditions including acne, scars, pigmentation, melasma, unusual growths and more.

- How can skin conditions be diagnosed?

A dermatologist will discuss your symptoms with you as well as check for the manifestation of them on your skin. In case they need to rule out any diagnosis, they may recommend a skin test such as a biopsy.

- What are the different types of common skin disorders?

The most common types of skin diseases to watch out for are Acne, Eczema, Shingles, Hives, Sunburn, Dermatitis, Rosacea and Hyperpigmentation.

- When should I be concerned about a skin lesion or growth?

While moles or lesions are usually harmless, you should watch out for ones that shrink or grow larger, itch or bleed or show any signs of discoloration. If any of these changes are noticed, then consult a dermatologist to rule out a melanoma.

- Why is it important to see a dermatologist regularly?

Your dermatologist can help you screen for a number of serious conditions including skin cancer. Also condition such as acne, pigmentation, lipoma, scars can impact your confidence and also your perception of yourself. A dermatologist can easily treat these conditions to help you become more confident in your appearance.