How to Control Oily Skin ROSEMONT, Ill. (March 13, 2018) — 10 Do’s and Don’ts from Dermatologists Although oily skin can clog pores and lead to increased acne breakouts, dermatologists…Read More
There are just over 200 board certified pediatric dermatologists in the entire country and we are lucky enough to have one of them with our practice! To be a pediatric dermatologist, you have to complete a general dermatology residency and then go on to a fellowship specializing in pediatric dermatology. There is even a separate board exam that must be taken after the fellowship to become a board certified pediatric dermatologist in addition to a general dermatologist.
Dr Elizabeth (Lisa) Swanson loves pediatric dermatology and looks forward to helping your child with any skin issues! Dr Swanson is aware that when a skin condition affects a child, if affects everyone in that family unit. She is ready and willing to diagnose and treat your child to make sure everyone feels better!
Here is a list of common pediatric dermatology issues:
- Keratosis Pilaris
- Contact dermatitis
- Hair loss
- Diaper rashes
- Pigment issues (loss of pigment or increase in pigment)
- Pyogenic Granulomas
- Skin/Sun Education
Check out our Peds Derm Corner here for this Month!