Treatment for skin diseases and conditions are often the primary reason a patient in the Washington, DC area will visit a board-certified dermatologist in the community. Dr. Burgess at the Center for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery can assess the skin, provide an accurate diagnosis and discuss appropriate and effective treatment options for a variety of concerns.
Types of skin diseases
Below is a small sampling of the diseases and conditions that are often treated at the practice of Dr. Cheryl Burgess:
- Eczema – patients with eczema may experience chronic itching and redness on various parts of the body, while others notice periodic flare-ups. There are several types of eczema that can be diagnosed and treated, so it is important to work with a quality dermatologist who can provide effective solutions for the severity and type of eczema patients exhibit.
- Rosacea – redness of the facial skin may be an underlying sign of a chronic skin condition called rosacea. Rosacea can make many patients feel self-conscious about their appearance and can cause them to be less social. When treated, many of our patients feel they have obtained a new lease on life!
- Acne – blemishes, zits, pustules. While acne was once considered just a condition for teenagers, it is also seen in patients of all ages. Treatment may include topical, laser therapies and an appropriate skin care regimen.
A board-certified dermatologist is just a phone call away!
Dr. Cheryl Burgess helps patients at two convenient locations. Her Washington, DC practice is located at 2311 M Street NW Suite 504 and her Annapolis, MD practice at 167-W Jennifer Road. If you live in or around the Washington, DC community and want to make an appointment at the Center for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery, contact her front office staff at (410) 224 1195
to schedule an appointment.
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