Rockville Office:
6163 Executive Boulevard, Rockville, MD 20852
Call: 855-314-1424
Frederick Office:
7101 Guilford Drive #105, Frederick, MD 21704
Call: 855-314-1425

Frederick, MD specialists relieve the redness and itch with state-of-the-art, customized eczema treatment

Relieve the redness and itch with customized eczema treatment

With more than 31 million Americans plagued by redness, itching, and other symptoms, eczema is one of the most common skin conditions. Medical director Dr. Ron Prussick and his team practice advanced dermatology; there is effective eczema treatment in Frederick, MD to relieve even the most severe and life-altering symptoms.

Washington Dermatology Center: Where advanced tech meets tailored care

While common, eczema remains an enigmatic condition. Genes, immune system function, and environmental and bacterial factors are thought to play a role. Eczema, has eight distinct forms. The specialized expertise of Dr. Prussick and his clinical team accurately identify your specific needs, applying this knowledge to develop an effective treatment plan.

The most common type of eczema, atopic dermatitis, is characterized by itching, peeling, flaky, and red skin. Washington Dermatology Center’s specialists may recommend:

  • Lifestyle modifications, such as avoidance of irritating soaps; dust mites, animal dander, and other allergens; and synthetic fibers.
  • Prescription creams and medications to control itching, repair skin, fight infection, and manage inflammation if problems persist.
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While ultraviolet light from the sun and artificial sources like tanning beds can be harmful, phototherapy may be used singularly or combined with lifestyle changes, products, and drugs to treat severe symptoms. Controlled amounts of a specific type of UV light improve symptoms, in part, by boosting the production of Vitamin D and its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.

If you haven’t had contact dermatitis, you’ll likely develop it at some point. When skin contacts irritants or allergens like latex or poison oak, telltale blisters, cracking, burning, and stinging arise. Unlike its atopic counterpart, contact dermatitis isn’t chronic, and triggers may be avoided. If symptoms are severe, or you develop an infection, your doctor can prescribe antibiotics or steroids.

Known as dandruff or “cradle cap” in infants, seborrheic dermatitis is characterized by intense scalp dryness and flaking. Nummular eczema is a common condition featuring persistent disc-shaped, ringworm-like inflammation. You may also suffer from other types of eczema, including neurodermatitis and stasis dermatitis.

The earlier Washington Dermatology Center discusses pertinent details such as family and medical history, the sooner you will get relief from disruptive and debilitating symptoms. Call 855-314-1424 to schedule a consultation at the Frederick office.

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