CareMount Medical’s Dermatology department deals with many common acute and chronic skin conditions as well as serious skin cancers such as melanoma. Dermatology is the branch of medicine that deals with the skin, hair and nails. It is the “window” to the body. It is also the field of medicine that is in the forefront of cosmetic treatments and corrections and leads all the specialties in the field of laser medicine.
Symptoms and Conditions Treated
- Treatment of facial veins
- Spider veins – Sclerotherapy
- Brown Spots
- Photo damaged skin
- Scar correction/revision
- Skin tightening
- Stretch marks
- Correction of facial folds
The Dermatology division of CareMount Medical has all the latest treatment options that are available. All of the latest medical and cosmetic treatments are part of what we do every day.
Lasers and Light Treatment
- Vascular laser –V-beam
- Intense Pulse Light (photo-facial)
- Fractionated lasers (resurfacing)
- Both CO2 and Erbium (Fraxel)
- Excimer Laser for Psoriasis and Vitiligo
- Hair Removal laser
- Nd-YAG laser for tattoo removal
- Laser skin peels
- Alexandrite laser for pigmented lesions
- Smooth beam laser
- Photo- Dynamic Therapy (both Blue and Red Light)
- Narrow band UV light for psoriasis, cutaneous lymphoma
- Fractionated Radio-frequency laser
Botox / Dysport – for wrinkles and lines
Restylane / Juvederm / Radiesse – for wrinkles
Sculptra – for long term volume correction
Injectables are very safe and effective methods to combat aging of the skin. They are used for wrinkle reduction, soft tissue augmentation and facial contouring.
Teledermatology: Virtual visits for skin conditions
CareMount offers a full spectrum of teledermatology services, a cost-effective and easy-to-access option for patients. You no longer have to miss work/school or wait for an in-person scheduled appointment.
Get started with a Virtual Visit today.
Get a diagnoses, treatment plan and prescription for skin conditions such as:
- Itchy skin
- Poison Ivy
Send your skin condition images to the dermatologist for viewing, evaluating and providing consultation followed by a live interactive face-to-face visit.
Prepare for a virtual visit:
- Write down your questions ahead of time;
- Take 3-4 images of your condition in bright lighting from multiple angles (helpful but not necessary);
- Do not use make-up;
- When on the video chat, make sure the room is brightly lit and your condition is unobstructed.
Virtual Visits are available to patients who have a camera-equipped computer or smartphone.