Tayani Institute Dermatology is now serving in Mission Viejo, San Clemente and Laguna Hills. We want you to have the best skin possible. Our Dermatologist treat a variety of skin conditions, he believes in thoroughly educating all patients, and enjoys working side-by-side with them throughout the diagnosis and exploration of treatment options.
According to the America Academy of Dermatology, acne is the most common skin problem in the United States. Over 17 million Americans have acne, which could consist of blackheads, whiteheads, papules, cysts, pimples (aka pustules) and nodules. Acne most commonly appears on the face, neck, shoulders, back and chest.
Tayani Institute has a number of treatment options if you are suffering from the physical disfigurement and emotional distress of acne: topical medications, oral antibiotics, microdermabrasion, and laser treatments. He can treat your acne scars with chemical peels, soft tissue fillers, laser treatments or pulsed light treatments.
Most moles and birthmarks are benign, but any changes in their appearance may be cause for concern. Mole mapping is a tool to help our doctors identify any subtle changes in your moles, which could indicate early signs of skin cancer.
Eczema is a group of skin conditions categorized by chronic, itchy rashes. Fifteen million Americans suffer from eczema, which can be triggered by excessive heat, sweating, soaps, detergents, juices, dust mites and a variety of other external agents. Our doctors may treat eczema outbreaks with moisturizing lotions, cold compresses or over-the-counter anti-inflammatory corticosteroid creams before selecting a more intensive treatment option such as prescription corticosteroids, antibiotics, sedative antihistamines or heavier drugs.
It is very difficult for a non-medical professional to identify skin cancer, but early detection is key. When caught in its early stages, skin cancer is usually more easily treated. It’s vital to schedule annual skin checks to quickly identify problem areas and, if necessary, start treatment.
Thin, brittle nails are not uncommon and affect more women than men. They are usually caused by genetics, aging or a condition such as nail psoriasis or nail fungus. In rare cases, brittle nails may indicate that you have an underlying health issue. Treatment of brittle nails may involve the following:
Millions of Americans lose their hair, for a variety of reasons, including illness, diet, hormonal changes and even personal hair care habits like heat-styling. Dr. John Martinez can recommend several possible hair restoration treatment options:
Our Dermatologists are board-certified dermatologist in San Clemente, Mission Viejo and Laguna Hills who treats a wide variety of skin conditions and disorders. To schedule a consultation, please contact Tayani Institute today.