The study of Dermatology includes research, diagnosis, and administration of any health conditions that may affect the skin, fat hair, nails, and membranes. A dermatologist is the health care specialist who has expertise in skin care. The skin is the biggest organ of the body, which acts as a barrier to shield the interior organs from damage and microorganisms. It is also a good indicator of the overall health of our body, making the field of dermatology critical in the analysis and administration of numerous health conditions. Dermatologic Conditions: Deteriorating Conditions usually of the hair, skin, or nails are usually very common and almost everyone experiences symptoms as one or other dermatologic condition at some point in their life. In fact, there are approximately one in six of all visits to a general practitioner involving a problem of the skin. Some of the most common dermatologic conditions include: Acne: pimples on the skin that are caused due to inflammation of the sebaceous glands Dermatitis: A red, swollen and sore skin that is caused by irritation or allergy Eczema: A rough and inflamed skin that is itchy and may bleed Psoriasis: An itchy, red, scaly patches on the skin Fungal infections: An infection of the skin or nails caused by a fungus Warts: A small hard growth on the skin caused by a virus Cold sore: Inflamed blister near the mouth caused by herpes simplex virus Skin cancer: An uncontrolled growth of skin cells. All of these dermatologic conditions have characteristic symptoms and should be managed in a unique manner. Additionally, each case can vary considerably in severity, which will later influence the treatment decisions. Treatments: CoolSculpting, Fillers & Injections, Laser Hair Removal, Laser Treatments, Microdermabrasion & Chemical Peels, Photodynamic Therapy, Skin Cancer Treatment.