Finding a dermatologist in Annapolis that works with all skin color types and ethnicities
Dr. Cheryl Burgess of Annapolis is a board certified dermatologist who proudly works on patients of all skin colors and ethnicities. She understands the importance of working closely with individuals who have different pigmentation and ethnic backgrounds. She is a quality dermatologist who can help patients of all descents, including:
- Native American
At the Center for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery, we provide skin care for patients of all skin types. Patients with richly pigmented skin can seek assistance for many common dermatological concerns in our practice and enjoy treatment from a dermatologist who specializes in providing skin care for people of color. Asian, olive, and dark skin are all welcome in our state-of-the-art dermatologic practice.
It is important for ethnic patients to seek dermatologists who are board certified and are able to boost the confidence and skin health of patients with skin of color. A dermatologist with this training and experience can:
- Properly formulate treatment regimens for patients with skin of color
- Understand how different conditions affect differently pigmented skin
- Determine the likelihood of conditions based on pigmentation
- Determine which lasers are appropriate for specific skin types
- Understand the importance of sun protection for patients with skin of color
- Recognize the best anti-aging solutions and skin rejuvenation services for different skin types
Patients interested in ethnic skin care are encouraged to contact Dr. Cheryl Burgess of the Center for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery in the Washington and Annapolis areas to learn more about specific treatments and services appropriate for skin of color. She can answer questions and consult with patients who are worried about receiving appropriate treatment for their skin. Being specifically trained in providing care for patients of color allows Dr. Burgess to understand the dynamics of specific skin care routines. She has a more thorough comprehensive of how medications and treatments affect skin of different pigmentation and can better develop treatment plans based on the needs of patients.
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