Treating Your Eczema with U.S. Dermatology Partners

There are several conditions affecting the skin, one of which is eczema. At first glance, eczema can be something minor, or it can be a serious condition compromising your health. Known to have several symptoms Eczema is associated with a few other conditions that can be debilitating to one’s health. Even though there’s no cure there are a few treatments effective in controlling the signs and symptoms of eczema. With proper treatment from specialized doctors, eczema can be managed, that is why US Dermatology Partners is the best and only choice in receiving the best Eczema treatment available in North Dallas.

Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)

Also known as atopic dermatitis, eczema is a common condition affecting the skin’s ability to react accordingly to external irritants, allergens, and bacteria. When skin is healthy it is able to retain moisture and protect the body from external irritants, allergens, and bacteria; however, in people with eczema, the skin’s ability to protect against external factors is compromised due to a genetic mutation (Mayo Clinic, 2018). This condition occurs commonly in childhood and can persist into adulthood ranging from mild to severe with periodic flare-ups of symptoms. The most common signs and symptoms are:

  • Dry Skin
  • Itching
  • Red to Brownish-Gray Patchy Skin
  • Small Raised Bumps
  • Cracked or Scaly Skin

These symptoms are occasionally present on the face, neck, hands, wrists, feet, ankles, inside the crevices of the elbows and knees (Mayo Clinic, 2018). It isn’t common, but eczema can also present on the face and in the genital region (Eczema Treatments from U.S. Dermatology Partners, 2019). For people that have eczema, it can sometimes be something that can be managed and lived with minimal consequences. For others their eczema can be severe, and serious, compromising their health.

Eczema is a condition in itself, but it’s connection to more debilitating health conditions make eczema serious health concern that must be treated. Eczema can easily be associated with allergies, skin infections, and asthma. Eczema is sometimes seen in children with allergies, and their symptoms can become worse after being exposed to an allergen. Not only that, but eczema can be linked to having a higher risk factor for skin infections, especially if a person frequently scratches the skin affected by asthma several causing breaks in the skin. The most serious of all, asthma is most frequently seen in those suffering from eczema where both conditions make the other worse (Mayo Clinic, 2018). Whether you have eczema, or eczema and one of its associated conditions, it is important to treat your eczema. Treatment can be as simple as washing areas affected by eczema with water and soap that will not dry out the skin. In moderate to severe cases treatment for eczema is more likely to include over the counter creams. If consulting a doctor on treatments you can also be prescribed ointments to reduce itching, and in severe cases prescribe pills to control inflammation and immune responses to external factors which trigger your eczema symptoms (Mayo Clinic, 2018).

Why Choose U.S. Dermatology Partners Treat Eczema

Located in North Dallas, U.S. Dermatology Partners is the place to go for highly skilled first-rate medical treatment for treating any skin condition. Fully staffed with award-winning board-certified dermatologists, U.S. Dermatology Partners specialize in the treatment of all medical conditions that can affect the skin, including eczema (Dermatology Partners Dallas Presbyterian, 2019). Our specialists work with our patients restoring skin health and are guaranteed to provide the best Eczema treatment in North Dallas. You can receive anything from consultation on how best to manage and control your eczema to the best world-class Eczema treatment in North Dallas from a specialist that will work to find the medication regiment that works best for you (Eczema Treatments from U.S. Dermatology Partners, 2019).


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  • U.S. Dermatology Partners. (2019). U.S. Dermatology Partners Dallas Presbyterian.
  • U.S. Dermatology Partners. (2019). Eczema Treatments from U.S. Dermatology Partners.
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