General Dermatological Care
From treating acne to preventive skin cancer screenings, Drs. Joseph H. Kaufman, Kelly J. Kaufman-Green, and Kristopher J. Kaufman have more than 40 years of experience diagnosing, treating and helping patients keep their skin, nails, and hair healthy.
Personalized Treatment - Your dermatologist will partner with you to create a treatment plan for your unique needs.
A Friendly, Family-Based Practice - Our doctors have more than 40 years of collective experience in the local community.
Long-Lasting Results - We’ll make sure you’re armed with the education necessary to help treat and prevent future issues.
What is a Dermatologist?
Dermatologists are doctors with specialized training in diagnosing and treating skin, hair and nail diseases and conditions. These conditions can range from concerns such as dark spots and eczema, to skin cancers such as melanoma.
When to See a Dermatologist
To help identify early signs of skin cancer, individuals should consider visiting a dermatologist on an annual basis for a full body exam, even if you are completely healthy and have no history of skin cancer. In addition to helping identify early signs of cancer, we treat other diverse skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, hives, hair loss, wart removal, and other concerns.
If you have noticed any abnormalities in your skin or if you are interested in keeping your skin looking as healthy and vibrant as possible, please contact us to schedule an appointment. We will discuss the condition of your skin and create a treatment program that's right for your needs.
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