Dr. George Nahass and his highly trained staff offer a full array of skin care treatments, procedures and products to handle all of your dermatological needs. In addition, Dr. Nahass and his staff are committed to continually educating patients on skin cancer prevention and detection as well as how to maintain healthy skin year-round. Regular check-ups and access to a board-certified dermatologist is an important resource for your personal health.
Skin Care Center of Southern Illinois isn’t just a dermatology medical/surgical center. We also offer a full array of cosmetic dermatology services and medical grade skin care treatments. Get personalized advice about skin care products from a board-certified dermatologist who has directly examined your skin and has knowledge of your family history and current skin care routine. Who better to trust to help you maintain the healthiest skin possible and to achieve your skin care goals than experts who are trained in the study of dermatology and dermatology only?
A skin condition can sabotage someone’s ability to make social and professional connections. A skin condition can be an itchy or achy nuisance. It can affect your ability to get through the day. Some conditions are also warning signs that more serious problems may be on the way. What’s more, if it’s a condition that hasn’t been diagnosed in the past, you may not be sure how serious the problem is. Our medical dermatology clinic can diagnose and treat all kinds of skin conditions.
Skin growths can be completely innocuous to moderately annoying to truly dangerous. While you can—and should—monitor moles and other skin growths on your own, knowing which can be safely ignored and which require prompt medical attention isn’t always easy. That’s why you should get regular skin exams from our dermatologist. Find out what different skin growths tend to look like and what symptoms suggest you should make an appointment with our Mt. Vernon or Centralia dermatology clinic as soon as possible.
There are numerous skin infections, some more dangerous than others. Don’t assume your body will eventually fight off a skin infection. The long-term health consequences of an untreated infection can be more serious than you suppose when it’s just an annoying sore.
Folliculitis is an inflammatory hair infection that attacks the follicles. Find out why you shouldn’t ignore a rash or whitehead pimples that appear near hair follicles—and how you can get treatment from our dermatologist.
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