Dermatitis

Dermatitis, or simply eczema, is the itchy inflammation of the skin. Each year, millions of people are diagnosed with eczema. Though, every diagnosis is significantly different. Some people experience less severe symptoms of eczema and can live normal lives without noticing the condition. However, others may experience adverse symptoms of eczema and may be in need of medical attention to reduce the symptoms.

Dermatologists are trained medical professionals who can properly diagnose eczema on a case by case basis and offer suitable treatment accordingly. Therefore, if you are experiencing the uncomfortable symptoms of eczema, please don’t hesitate to contact your local dermatologist. To learn more about the causes of dermatitis and its treatment, read on to receive quality information.

What Causes Dermatitis?

In actuality, there are many answers to this question. Since everyone has different sensitivities to objects, dermatitis can occur when an object has damaged the body and results in a skin inflammation. Common causes of dermatitis include the use of certain soaps, detergents, metals, and disinfectants.

Dermatitis can also be caused by the exposure to certain plants, which are mainly poison ivy and even grass. In order to understand the root of your dermatitis, visit your local dermatologist.

What is The Common Treatment for Dermatitis?

Depending on the cause of your dermatitis, a dermatologist may prescribe some skin ointment to ease the effects your skin inflammation. He or she may also advise that you stay away from any irritants causing your dermatitis. Overall, finding the right treatment for your condition will depend on your ability to define the irritants causing your eczema, so your dermatologist can properly prescribe you the correct treatment.

 

If you are interested in receiving treatment for your dermatitis, do not hesitate to contact Front Range Dermatology’s award-winning team by submitting the form below.

To learn more about the many dermatology services we provide, or to schedule your appointment at our Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley or Ft. Morgan office, call us today at (970) 673-1155. Want to Contact Us?

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