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Dermatologic Conditions

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Most residents of Oviedo and Winter Springs, Florida know the importance of protecting their skin from the sun that can burn, bugs that bite, bees that sting and plant life that can raise patches of irritated skin, as well as questions of concern. Dr. Ng has expertise in a variety of skin issues and can treat many dermatologic conditions for her patients.  

More than a clichés, but sage advice, it is very important to love the skin you’re in—or at the very least, protect your skin from the damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays with a sun block with a high enough UV protection, along with proper clothing. Proper diet and skin care are two great ways to keep skin healthy. It’s true! Plus, it is important to know that many skin conditions can be avoided with proper lifestyle choices—like drinking enough water, applying insect repellent, not smoking, eating a healthy diet, monitoring abnormal moles and avoiding prolonged, direct sun exposure.

Skin cancer, or melanoma, is one of the top ten diagnosed cancers in the U.S. In many cases, skin cancer can be avoided, as well as treated successfully when caught early. It is very important to monitor your skin, especially if you burn in the sun or have moles or develop skin tags. The doctors at Oviedo Family Medicine Specialists can help diagnose, treat and monitor many skin issues and dermatologic conditions, such as:

Skin Abnormalities and Irritations

  • Abnormal Moles               
  • Rashes 
  • Shingles
  • Skin Lesions
  • Skin Tags
  • Sunburn

Dermatologic Procedures

  • Punch Skin Biopsies
  • Removal of Abnormal Moles
  • Removal of Skin Lesion
  • Removal of Skin Tags
  • Shave Skin Biopsies

If you would like to schedule an appointment for treatment or diagnosis of a dermatologic condition, such as shingles, a suspicious rash or removal of a skin tag, please call Oviedo Family Medicine Specialists at 407.366.8856.