At Community Quick Care, we put our patients first. We aim to take care of all your needs – that’s why we’re now offering dermatological services. Below is a list of some of the most common skin conditions we treat. If you have questions or don’t see your particular condition listed, contact our LaVergne Clinic and they’ll be happy to help!
Acne is very common, and affects teens and adults. Proper treatment is essential to preventing life long acne scars. Acne can often be treated effectively with oral and topical medications.
Eczema is characterized by inflamed, usually dry, skin coupled with itching and redness. This condition is often treated with topical and/or or oral medications.
Skin Cancer Screening
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. We can screen for various cancers such as basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). If suspicious lesions are detected, we can perform a biopsy to determine what treatment is needed.
Irregular moles, or moles that are changing in appearance should be examined by a medical professional. We can examine and biopsy moles to determine what, if any, treatment is needed.
Actinic Keratosis (Pre-cancerous spots)
If left untreated, actinic keratosis can become skin cancers. These spots are often red, scaly places that don’t heal. These can be treated effectively with freezing treatment or surgical removal.
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that causes areas of rough thickened skin. There’s no cure but there are several effective treatments that have been made available in the last several years. Mild psoriasis is managed by topical medications. Severe psoriasis that doesn’t respond to topical medications can be treated with biologic or other medications.
Warts are skin growths caused by a viral infection. There are a variety of treatment options, but common warts often respond well to a freezing treatment we can administer.
Rashes have many different causes and may be caused by fungal infections, bacterial infections, skin irritants, etc. We can both diagnose and treat rashes.