For people living with Eczema, the ups and downs of trying to find the right treatment are all too familiar. Eczema is a medical condition of the skin that can cause rough and inflamed patches, causing extreme irritation. There is no one treatment that can completely get rid of Eczema. Many people go through various treatment strategies before finding a plan that works for their skin.
We know how painful it can be to live with Eczema and how frustrating it is to find a treatment strategy that works for your skin. Our dermatology experts work hard to provide medical care to every patient to improve symptoms of Eczema as quickly as possible.Bella Dermatology is conveniently and centrally located in McDonough, GA. We know that finding the right dermatologist and clinic can be difficult, which is why we make it easy to decide. With a great team of skincare experts and a clinic with only the best technologies, Bella Dermatology is the perfect option for all of your skincare needs and for treating your eczema.
The most common treatments for Eczema include over the counter prescriptions, bathing, and moisturizing. These are not always effective for clearing the skin. That is where Bella Dermatology comes in! Our team can work with you to decide what treatment it's best for you.
Every patient’s skin is different and requires different Nutrients and Therapies, therefore not every treatment choice will be right for you. Prescription creams and topical medications can easily be applied to the skin. In patients that do not respond to creams, Phototherapy is a more involved procedure to reduce the appearance of eczema. There are new, exciting medications that are allowing patients to achieve 100% clear skin and maintain it. The length of time you have had eczema does not impact our ability to improve your skin.
In case of an emergency, please call 911.For any medical procedures, patients may respond to treatment differently, hence each patient’s results may vary.Information on this site is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.