Acne is the most commonly treated skin condition in teenage and adult patients. The main symptom is pimples, which occur on the back, chest, and face. More than half of teenagers experience at least one form of acne while around five percent of adults have acne. Read More »

Moles (Nevi)

Moles can appear anywhere on the skin's surface and are usually brown or black in color with an oval or round shape. Moles form when melanocytes, or skin pigmentation cells, develop in clusters instead of spreading across the skin. While some moles appear later in life, the majority of moles appear by age 20. Read More »


Psoriasis is a common skin condition that affects more than 7 million children and adults. It's a chronic condition with main symptoms of red, patchy skin highlighted by flaky, white scales. The patches are generally found on the elbows, knees, and torso. Read More »


Because a rash refers to a skin change marked by the appearance of a red patch, bumps, or skin blisters, it's used to describe a variety of skin conditions. Most rashes are effectively treated with over-the-counter medications and are generally harmless. Read More »


Rosacea is a chronic but treatable condition, identifiable by redness or flushing of the central face. The chest, neck, scalp, and back can also be affected. Patients with rosacea often experience redness and swelling, visible small blood vessels, and watery eyes. Read More »

Skin Cancers

More than 1 million people develop skin cancer each year, making it the most common form of cancer. Regular self and professional examination for skin cancer is key for early detection as early detection is directly linked to favorable outcomes. Read More »

Mohs Surgery

Mohs surgery allows the doctor to microscopically view, diagnose, and remove all cancerous roots and extensions at once. Developed in the 1930s, this specialized form of skin cancer treatment has the highest reported cure rate. Read More »


Warts are common benign growths usually found on the feet and hands. A wart can vary in appearance, from flat and smooth to raised and cauliflower-like. They're caused by varying forms of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and can develop at any age. Read More »


Wrinkles generally develop in areas of the body that have had significant sun exposure. A natural part of aging, wrinkles are also associated with genetic and lifestyle factors and can develop as fine lines or deep furrows. Read More »

Advanced Dermatology

Our Aesthetic Center offers many dermatologist-supervised skin rejuvenation treatments, including: 

  • Botox;
  • Juvederm;
  • Vascular Laser;
  • Chemical Peels;
  • Microdermabrasion;
  • Sclerotherapy;
  • Facials;
  • Waxing;
  • SkinCeuticals Skin Care; and
  • Vivite Skin Care 

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Botox is a popular treatment used to treat moderate to severe fine lines between the eyebrows. The medication is injected into the forehead muscles for a temporary reduction in the appearance of lines. 


A dermal filler, Juvederm smoothes corner lines, vertical lip lines, and other moderate to severe facial folds and wrinkles. These lines, also called parentheses lines, are generally found around the mouth and nose. 


Glytone is a chemical peel available in various formulations to treat acne, facial redness, and visible signs of aging. Your doctor will determine which form of Glytone will appropriately meet your skin needs. 


Microdermabrasion is widely used to stimulate new skin cell and collagen production by removing damaged cells. People with all skin types are able to enjoy the glow of renewed skin and reduced signs of aging.


CoolSculpting allows you to fit into your favorite clothes without surgery and recovery time. This FDA-approved procedure eliminates pesky fat deposits that diet and exercise are unable to banish.


For patients with inadequate or not enough eyelashes, a condition known as hypotrichosis, LATISSE may help. A prescription treatment, LATISSE helps patients achieve longer and fuller eyelashes in as few as four weeks.

Actinic Keratosis

Patients who have had excessive sunlight exposure and other ultraviolet light exposure may develop actinic keratosis (AKs). AKs form as growths with a scaly texture and are considered precancerous.


PUVA is a common treatment for plaque psoriasis, a non-contagious but chronic skin disease. Symptoms of plaque psoriasis include plaques — elevated, red lesions — covered by a silvery scale. PUVA slows psoriasis development and can clear affected areas for a length of time.


An effective treatment for psoriasis, PHAROS targets psoriatic lesions with concentrated UV light. The painless beam is delivered with a handpiece which limits exposure to healthy skin. Treatments are done in high dosages but result in fast healing of the lesions and long remission periods.

What Sets Us Apart

Advanced Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center stands out among Boardman, OH, dermatologists for our specialization in treating moles and other skin conditions with state-of-the-art treatments such as:

  • UV
  • CoolSculpting
  • Blue Light

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