In Carrollton,TX, our board-certified medical physicians offer quality dermatology care at our general practice, Family Medicine Associates of Texas. Dermatology is the branch of medicine that focuses on various skin conditions and diseases. One of the most common conditions we treat is adolescent and adult acne. There are many different types of skin conditions and diseases that can cause blemishes, discoloration, or bumps on the skin. These conditions can cause symptoms like itching, redness, dryness, rough skin texture, or oily skin. Visible imperfections can cause a great deal of embarrassment and prevent an individual from feeling confident and beautiful. Our highly-trained medical professionals are not only concerned with your physical condition but your emotional well-being as well. We are proud to offer our local community excellent dermatology care.
"I've been a patient here for about 5 years and I have grown to appreciate this place quite a bit over the years.It's a complete and total package facility. You are not automatically covered by all the services they have available, so make sure you check your insurance coverage for services... But under a single office they have a lab, x-ray facility, ENT services, Allergy services, and apparently dermatology services? Never used that last one.But being able to call a single phone number and get all my different issues handled through a single facility has been extremely helpful in my life. Specific people to mention, David Fraser, the PA I normally see is a very kind gentleman with a whole career of experience and good bedside manner. Very friendly, honest and open.Michelle, the allergy technician is extremely nice and very responsive in mixing up new vials for shots when you run out.Front desk people are always VERY busy, even if they appear like they're not helping a specific person. I went every week for allergy shots for over two years, I promise you, they're busy working, they are not ignoring you.I have seen four out of the seven on-staff doctors here as well and never had a complaint about any of them. Always willing to help me through my weird medical issues I've had over the years."- A.S. / Yelp / Jun 04, 2014
"I’ve been seeing Dr. Moran for 3+ years. He’s a great listener and very knowledgeable. Never felt rushed and he’s also got a dermatology background. He found a growth needed to be removed and he treated it in his office. "- Anonymous / Healthgrades / Nov 17, 2022
We care for the skin health and dermatology needs of both adults and adolescents. Your skin concerns are our priority and with highly-trained physicians, we can provide you with services that will improve your condition. Our family practice provides diagnostic assessments and treatment options for the following skin issues:
Minor Skin Surgery & Biopsies
Minor skin surgery is a procedure that surgically removes moles, suspicious skin marks, warts, skin tags, and cysts from the skin. The reasons for this surgery can be aesthetic or medical. A skin biopsy can also be performed to test a mole or piece of skin for potentially harmful diseases such as skin cancer. During a skin biopsy, a piece of skin is surgical removed with a scalpel or sharp medical instrument for testing.
Skin Cancer Screenings
A skin cancer screening is a physical inspection of your skin by a medical professional. In a private appointment, A full body exam will be performed but this exam can also focus solely on a specific area of concern. During this time, there are no surgical procedures or blood tests. However, once a thorough examination is complete, your doctor may order further testing for diagnosis, such as a skin biopsy.
Rash and Skin Problems
Various rashes and skin issues cause inflammation, which may result in redness, discoloration, or scaly blemishes on the surface of the skin. These symptoms can cause rough skin texture, itchiness, or dryness. If not treated, rashes can potential lead to infection. Common rashes include, eczema, poison ivy, granuloma annulare, lichen planus, and pityriasis rosea. Typically, these conditions are treated with a topical ointment or antibiotic.
Acne and Rosacea
Rosacea is a common type of acne-like skin condition that causes pink or red hyperpigmentation to the skin. Typically, rosacea occurs in adults after age 30 and is usually isolated to the face. Acne is an infection of the skin and causes pimples, blackheads, red bumps, and oily skin. Both acne and rosacea can come and go, or flare up during a specific season or stressful time. Luckily, there are many remedies available for treatment.
Plan for Your Appointment
If you have a minor to severe skin concern or condition, our practice will be happy to provide you with a thorough examination, diagnosis and treatment. Don't let adult acne, uncomfortable rashes, or unsightly moles, stop you from obtaining the skin you desire. Call or visit our office today to schedule your consultation.