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General Dermatology
Photodynamic Therapy:
Pre-Cancer

Photodynamic Therapy: Acne
Acne Treatments
MOHS Micrographic Surgery
Skin Checks and Screenings
Rashes & Warts

Cosmetic Dermatology
Lasers:
IPL Photofacial
Fraxel Re:Store
Fraxel Re:Pair

Wrinkle Treatments
Fillers:
Juvederm
Radiesse
Sculptra Aesthetic
Belotero

Lip Enhancement
Botox; Dysport

Skin Tightening & Lifting
Ultherapy
-Before & After Gallery
Exilis ELITE

Skin Care Regimen
Products

Fat Reduction
CoolSculpting
- Before & After Gallery
Exilis ELITE
Vanquish
- Before & After Gallery

 

 

Rashes and Warts

Finding a rash on your skin or child can be quite distressing, especially if you don’t know the cause of the irritation. If you’ve never experienced a rash before or if you’ve never seen the type of inflammation you are currently experiencing, self-diagnosis is not recommended. Even though most rashes are not dangerous, expert medical diagnosis is recommended for all unknown skin irritants to safely determine the cause and proper treatment of your rash.
The treatment of skin rashes must be individualized. Facial skin is more delicate and more visible than some body skin. Baby skin is far more fragile than adolescent skin, and must be treated so as not to damage the dermis (deeper) layer of skin.

Rash Treatments

Rashes and skin irritations are caused by many different factors including illness, allergies, insect bites and even heredity. Rest assured that there is a medical treatment for almost every type of rash and skin irritation. During your visit we will examine your rash and obtain a complete medical history. In most cases, rash treatment will consist of a prescription for a topical medical cream to reduce inflammation or physician strength skin care products. In some cases, laser or chemical treatments might be necessary. In rarer cases, we may need to take a tissue sample to determine the exact cause and extent of the rash. Once a determination is made, we will explain your options to you in detail. In most cases, with proper medical treatment, skin irritations will clear up in a reasonable time period.

Warts

Warts are benign (not cancerous) skin growths that appear when a virus infects the top layer of the skin. You are more likely to get one of these viruses if you cut or damage your skin in some way. Wart viruses are contagious. Warts can spread by contact with the wart or something that touched the wart. Warts can grow on any part of your body and can be treated by providers at Newport Coast Dermatology in Newport Beach and Santa Ana.

Types of Warts

Warts are generally harmless. However, warts can be unattractive and embarrassing, and sometimes they itch or are painful (particularly on the feet).

Different types of warts:

  • Common warts usually appear on the hands, but can appear anywhere on the body.
  • Flat warts are generally found on the face and forehead.
  • Genital warts (also known as condyloma) are commonly found on the genitals.
  • Plantar warts are found on the soles of the feet.
  • Subungual and periungual warts appear under and around the fingernails.

Treatment of Warts

Some warts will disappear without treatment, although it can sometimes take a couple of years. Treated or not, warts that go away often reappear. All warts can spread from one part of your body to another. Warts around and under your nails are much more difficult to treat than warts in other places.

  • Using a home treatment such as salicylic acid. You can get these without a prescription.
  • Prescription creams to boost your body’s immune system against the virus.
  • Freezing the wart in office (cryotherapy).

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