Medical Dermatology

Medical Dermatology Services: Expert Care for Your Skin Health

At VivaSkin Dermatology, we are always on the forefront of dermatological technology. Our team of experts constantly evaluates and integrates the most advanced procedures and treatments to provide you with the best skin care possible. From the latest advancements in laser treatments to breakthroughs in acne management, we have everything you need to maintain your skin’s health and vitality.

Dermatology Services

Committed Specialists Focused on Your Dermatological Health

Under the esteemed leadership of Dr. Hyemin Pomerantz, our VivaSkin Dermatology team is steadfast in delivering unparalleled, custom-tailored care to all our patients. Our team members are each equipped with a vast reservoir of knowledge and proficiency in general, medical, and cosmetic dermatology. Collectively, we strive to establish a welcoming ambiance where your skin-related issues and objectives can be openly addressed. Utilizing our joint expertise, we accompany you at each milestone of your skincare path, assisting you in attaining and preserving the health of your skin.

Medical Skin Care at Its Best

At VivaSkin Dermatology, our commitment to a holistic vision of skin care ensures all facets of your life and health are incorporated into our treatment strategies. Recognizing the wide array of influences on your skin’s health – from your dietary habits and daily routines to your overall wellness, we extend our services beyond the typical medical care. Our offerings include nutritional consultation, lifestyle coaching, and stress management strategies, coupled with our exceptional dermatological treatments. Together, we embark on the journey towards achieving optimal skin health.

Sebaceous hyperplasia is a skin condition that affects the sebaceous glands. These glands produce sebum, an oily substance that helps keep the skin moisturized.
Rashes, such as dermatitis, hives, heat rash, or athlete's foot, may be caused by an infection that may be parasitic, fungal, viral, or bacterial.
Psoriasis manifests in various forms, with plaque psoriasis being the most commonly encountered type. Although many cases of psoriasis are considered moderate, some can be challenging to manage and may require multiple therapies throughout a person's life.
Eczema encompasses a range of skin conditions triggered by various allergic reactions or, in some cases, the body's response to a compromised immune system. This can manifest as redness and itchy patches, similar to dermatitis.
Usually, birthmarks and moles do not warrant treatment unless they become suspicious or cancerous or when they cause discomfort, irritation, or cosmetic issues. In these situations
Rosacea can have both physical and emotional symptoms, causing anxiety and social discomfort due to the noticeable redness.
A very common skin condition, acne occurs in patients of all ages and can be managed with topical solutions, medications, or laser treatments.
Scars are a common occurrence and can appear anywhere on the body. While some scars may not cause concern, others can be visually unappealing and affect self-confidence.
Benign growths are non-functional cell clusters that typically pose no harm and don’t spread to other regions or organs.
Skin cancer is more likely to develop on sun-exposed areas of the skin, especially in individuals with lighter skin tones. A family history of skin cancer also increases the risk.