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Dermatology and Aesthetic Services

Healthy skin through prevention and proactive treatment

Clinical dermatology

Dr. KayEllen Willoughby treats many skin-related issues, such as

  • Rashes
  • Rosacea
  • Skin cancer screening
  • Skin cancer removal
  • Acne
  • Mole removal

Aesthetic services

MedHelp offers dermatology and aesthetic services at our Highway 280 clinic

  • Botox
  • Dysport
  • Restylane fillers
  • A full line of skincare products by Skinceuticals.

Dermatology FAQs

Can I get a wart removed at MedHelp?

Yes.

Can I get acne treatments at MedHelp?

Yes.

Will MedHelp look at my rash?

Yes.

Can I get my skin cancer removed at MedHelp?

Yes.

Does MedHelp diagnose skin cancer?

Yes.

How do I know if a spot needs to be looked at?

If you have an area on your skin that is irritated or causing concern it is best to get it looked at. Always have a dermatologist look at:

  • Spots that bleed for no reason
  • Spots that have changed in size or shape
  • Areas that have changed color
  • Areas that constantly hurt
I’m in my 20’s. Am I too young to start anti-aging treatments?

Not at all! Dr. Willoughby believes that your 20’s are a great time to start a skincare routine that includes anti-aging components. Dr. Willoughby can recommend several treatments that will help prevent signs of aging from developing. It is wise to start aging intervention early in order to enjoy better skin in the future.

Can Dr. Willoughby recommend skin care products?

Yes. We have high quality products like Skinceuticals available for purchase.

What are the brown spots appearing on my skin as I get older?

Brown spots, also known as age spots or sun spots, can start appearing while in your 30’s. These spots are usually signs of sun damage after years of sun exposure. Dr. Willoughby can recommend treatments to reduce their appearance.

What are the main types of skin cancer?

The three main types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Basal cell carcinoma is the most common form of skin cancer. While it’s not fatal, it can cause serious damage to the body if left untreated. Squamous cell carcinoma can be very dangerous and potentially fatal if left untreated. There are different subtypes of each of these cancers so some can be more or less aggressive.

Can tanning beds increase the risk of skin cancer?

Yes, studies have shown that tanning bed use is linked to a higher risk of developing skin cancer. People should avoid using tanning beds in order to decrease the likelihood of skin cancer.

What can I do to prevent skin cancer?

Thankfully, skin cancer is easily preventable. People should protect their skin from the damaging rays of the sun by regularly applying sunscreen and wearing protective clothing. Avoid being in the sun for extended periods of time and seek shade whenever possible. You should schedule yearly skin cancer screenings with Dr. Willoughby to monitor the health of your skin.

Restore the health of your skin.

Dr. Willoughby can help you keep your skin healthy through preventive and proactive treatment.

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