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Patients with acne can experience several types of inflamed blemishes on the face, back, and chest that can lead to physical and emotional distress.

Rosacea is a common skin condition in which the small blood vessels in the central portion of a patient's face become swollen, inflamed, and visible.

Actinic keratoses are pre-cancerous patches of scaly, bumpy, or rough skin that have developed over time due to overexposure to ultraviolet rays.

Cysts are usually benign accumulations of dead skin cells that have developed their own sac-like structures to prevent any infection from spreading.

Eczema is an umbrella term for various skin conditions and rashes that are usually triggered by allergies or a patient's deficient immune system.

The scaly, itchy skin plaques associated with psoriasis can be managed well with prescription creams, oral medication, injections, or laser therapy.

Rashes are areas of skin inflammation or irritation that can be mild or severe and are typically treated with topical prescription medications.

Shingles is a skin condition caused by the same virus that causes chicken pox and can usually be successfully treated with antiviral topical creams.

Fungal infections can be very contagious, and they often appear as itchy or painful red rashes that need to be treated with an antifungal medication.

Molluscum is a harmless but very contagious viral skin infection that appears as tiny bumps and can be treated by curettage, cryotherapy, or cautery.

Warts are a harmless visible expression of the human papilloma virus and can generally be quickly, painlessly, and effectively treated and removed.

Skin tags are very common, small, harmless growths on the skin, typically caused by friction, that can be removed via excision, cautery, or freezing.

Moles are clusters of pigment cells beneath the skin that have the potential to become cancerous and can be removed with excision or surgical shaving.