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MEDICAL SERVICES

Connecticut Dermatology Group diagnoses and treats a wide variety of medical dermatology conditions.

To learn more about how our Connecticut dermatologists can help you with a medical skin condition, request a consultation online or contact us at (203) 810-4151.

ACNE

All providers are specifically trained to diagnose and treat acne with the latest advances in medicine.


WARTS

While there are many over-the-counter treatments for warts, none are as effective as a physician’s diagnosis and specific treatment.


ECZEMA

Our doctors not only treat acute symptoms to help heal skin and provide relief from eczema, but counsel you on specific lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of future outbreaks.


PSORIASIS

Our goal is to treat, control, and prevent symptoms and potential infection.


ROSACEA

We recognize that while rosacea cannot be cured, it can be controlled with proper medical attention and treatments.


EXCESSIVE SWEATING

Severe sweating is a common medical condition, our physicians make the proper assessment and provide multiple treatment options.


VITILIGO

Vitiligo is a relatively common skin disorder, in which the skin loses color and patches of white or lighter skin appear.


ACTINIC KERATOSIS

Actinic keratosis is a chronic skin condition caused by cellular changes related to long-term, intense exposure to UV rays.


SEBORRHEIC KERATOSES

One of the most common noncancerous skin growths found in older adults.


MOLLOSCUM CONTAGIOSUM

While it eventually goes away on its own, early medical treatment is recommended due to how highly contagious it is.


SKIN CANCER

Of all types of cancer, skin cancer is the most common.


MOHS MICROGRAPHIC SURGERY

Mohs Micrographic Surgery is a state-of-the-art treatment for skin cancer.


SURGICAL PATHOLOGY

Our pathologist's sole focus is to examine skin biopsies and surgical specimens to make diagnoses and to determine the adequacy of excision when appropriate.