Did You Know?
Your skin is the body’s largest organ. It deserves specialized care and regular attention. At Olympic Dermatology your skin’s health and wellness is what we’re all about. Our expert, caring providers are experienced at diagnosing and treating just about any skin condition.
“Because of decades of unwise exposure to the sun, I now visit Olympic Dermatology at least annually to be examined for skin damage. I’m always impressed by the professionalism, efficiency, expertise and good cheer of everyone there.”
— Olympic Dermatology medical patient, December 2018
What Conditions Do You Treat?
Acne is one of the most common skin conditions affecting adolescents and adults. We know that letting acne run its course is not always the best advice because without treatment dark spots and permanent scars can appear on the skin. Addressing acne increases self-esteem, and there are many effective treatment options available. Learn more
Rosacea is a common skin disease that affects over 13 million adults in the United States. Diagnosed in all ages, it is seen most commonly in fair-skinned adults, including women and men, between 30 and 50 years of age. Rosacea is characterized by a persistent or recurring redness, swelling, and flushing on the face and upper body. Learn more
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterized by large, round or oval, red patches with thick white scales. Approximately 7.5 million Americans are affected by psoriasis. Unfortunately, there isn’t a cure for this condition, but there are several effective treatments that can help keep it under control. Learn more
Eczema is a general term to describe inflammation – dry, red, itchy skin. Eczema can start at any age, in both men and women, youth and adults, and in all skin types. While there is no cure for eczema, there are many treatments that can be used to minimize the frequency and severity of flares. Learn more
Seborrheic dermatitis is a very common skin condition affecting millions of Americans. It causes redness, dandruff and itchy patches of scaly skin that may look greasy but can flake, especially if scratched. Learn more