Your skin, hair, and nails serve as your body’s first line of defense against injury, germs, and environmental toxins. Any injury, disease, or disorder that affects your body’s barrier system requires medical attention. The team at Idaho Skin Institute specializes in medical dermatology and can diagnose and treat any condition that affects your skin, hair, or nails. To schedule an evaluation, contact the office in Chubbuck, Burley, or Rexburg, Idaho, by phone or online today. Telehealth appointments are available.
Medical dermatology is a specialized area of medicine that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the skin, hair, and nails. Idaho Skin Institute has been providing expert skin care for more than 35 years and has helped more than 22,000 patients (and counting) get the care and treatment they need to address their skin concern.
The highly skilled team of dermatologists and skin care experts takes a personalized approach to care and uses the most advanced tools and techniques to diagnose and treat your skin condition.
You should schedule a medical dermatology appointment at Idaho Skin Institute if you have any concerns about the look or health of your skin, hair, or nails. The full-service, modern dermatology practice specializes in many skin conditions, including:
The team also specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer, including melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and basal cell carcinoma, and even offers free skin cancer screening.
Idaho Skin Institute includes a dermatologist who received advanced fellowship training in performing Mohs surgery, which is considered the most effective technique for treating basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma.
You can expect a compassionate and patient-focused evaluation when you come in for a medical dermatology appointment at Idaho Skin Institute. Your dermatologist asks detailed questions about your concerns and symptoms, medical and family history, and the type of medications and supplements you take.
Then, they closely evaluate your skin, focusing on any areas showing signs of disease. If needed, they may take a biopsy of your skin lesion or growth to confirm or rule out a diagnosis.
After the evaluation, your dermatologist develops a personalized treatment plan to address your skin, hair, or nail condition. They schedule regular follow-up appointments to monitor your condition and adjust your treatment plan as needed.
Whether you’re searching for a treatment to clear up your acne or have concerns about a skin growth, the team at Idaho Skin Institute can provide the care you need. Contact the office nearest you by phone or online today.