Eczema refers to a group of skin conditions that cause the skin to become inflamed and irritated. One of the most common types of eczema is atopic dermatitis, which can affect all ages and both genders. Eczema can often be associated with irritation, itchiness, redness, and inflammation; or even present as a red, raised rash, with bumps or blisters. Although it affects many individuals in the population, we understand how concerning eczema can be when babies and children develop this uncomfortable skin condition. Since they often can’t tell us what hurts, or what exactly is bothering them, we want to treat the areas as quickly and urgently as possible.
Eczema can be treated using a variety of methods including topical prescriptions that may be covered in portion by your medical drug benefits. It is important to be seen by a Dermatologist who specializes in evaluating, diagnosing and treating these types of complex skin conditions. Physician-only topical solutions may also be offered to help soothe the discomfort and aid in the healing of the skin.
To know if you have this condition, you would be seen by our Dermatologists and nursing staff; who can provide you will all the support, information and expertise that will aid in the healing of your skin.