Dermatology services offered in Fort Worth, Dallas and Cleburne, TX
Dermatology Q & A
What is dermatology?
Dermatology focuses on your skin and the structures (appendages) made from skin cells, like your hair, fingernails, and toenails.
The team diagnoses and treats the full range of medical and cosmetic conditions in people four and older. Dr. Malouf performs plastic and reconstructive surgery and has extensive experience using advanced technology like lasers to treat skin problems and rejuvenate your appearance.
What does medical dermatology include?
Medical dermatology refers to medical attention to and treatment of the many conditions affecting your skin, hair, and nails. The team often treats problems like:
- Skin cancer
- Hair loss
- Spider veins
- Scars and keloids
- Fungal infections
- Foot and leg wounds that won’t heal
- Contact and allergic dermatitis
The team also treats skin conditions caused by autoimmune diseases like scleroderma, lupus, and vitiligo.
What does cosmetic dermatology include?
Cosmetic dermatology focuses on improving the appearance of your skin. With years of experience, Dr. Malouf offers an array of surgical, injectable, and laser treatments for fine lines and wrinkles, scars, skin discoloration (sun and age spots), and other age-related problems like loss of facial volume and sagging skin.
Beyond treating existing problems, you can turn to Dr. Malouf for preventive care. Whether you need skin care guidance or want to start treatments, he can help you maintain young, healthy skin throughout adulthood.
What dermatology treatments can I get?
Dr. Malouf offers many treatments, personalizing your care to meet your unique medical and cosmetic needs.
In addition to skin care recommendations and topical and oral medications, he provides therapies like:
- Dermal fillers
- NeoGraft® hair restoration
- Intense pulsed light (IPL) skin rejuvenation
- Laser hair removal
- CO2 laser skin resurfacing
- Safelift (mini facelift)
- Mini necklift
- Upper lid blepharoplasty
Dr. Malouf also specializes in Mohs surgery, a specialized technique that removes skin cancer while saving as much healthy skin as possible. The Mohs procedure has a 5-year cure rate of nearly 99% for new cancers.
If you have questions about dermatology or need help with a skin, hair, or nail problem, call Dr. Malouf Dermatology or book an appointment online today.
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