Fremont and Milpitas area patients who have inflammation such as eczema can seek treatment
Patients in the Fremont and Milpitas area who are struggling with inflammation of the skin caused by eczema can seek fast and effective treatment at the Center for Dermatology Cosmetic and Laser Surgery. Drs. Dhawan and Chang can provide solutions for patients who have mild to severe eczema affecting their day-to-day life.
Also known as atopic dermatitis, eczema is an inflammatory condition that affects millions of Americans. Drs. Dhawan and Chang provide diagnosis through a comprehensive physical evaluation and information regarding one’s family medical history. It is unknown what causes eczema to develop, though it has been determined that it is linked to the body’s immune system. Studies have shown that patients with eczema often have a family history of asthma or allergies. Eczema presents itself as an uncomfortable rash that may appear to come and go, though many factors affect flare-ups including stress and environmental triggers.
Types of eczema
Some of the more common types of eczema include:
- Xerotic eczema
- Nummular eczema
- Seborrheic dermatitis
- Contact dermatitis
- Dyshidrotic eczema
For most patients, the best treatment option is topical creams and medications. This keeps the condition from spreading and can relieve patients of the constant itching and discomfort the condition can cause. Contact dermatitis is often eliminated by removing the irritant that causes flare-ups.
Request an appointment today
At the Center for Dermatology Cosmetic and Laser Surgery, Drs. Dhawan and Chang and their team of dedicated professionals believe in providing quality care and comprehensive services for patients in and around the community. The practice offers two convenient locations including the Fremont office at 855-717-1755 and the Milpitas office at 855-717-1756 . From atopic dermatitis to cosmetic skin procedures, we offer a variety of general, medical, and cosmetic services for new and existing patients in the area.Back to Eczema/ Atopic Dermatitis Page