Medical Dermatologist

Our board-certified medical dermatologist and staff of California Dermatology Institute are dedicated to providing the best treatment for all aspects of skin concerns in Los Angeles, Ventura County, Orange County, and surrounding areas – utilizing the most advanced technology available for the best possible care and outcome for our patients. If you are searching for a trusted medical dermatologist in Los Angeles or nearby areas then get in touch with California Dermatology Institute to book your appointment with an experienced and certified dermatologist. 

Acne Medical Treatment

A common skin condition characterized by the presence of pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads, typically occurring on the face, chest, and back.

Actinic Keratosis

Rough, scaly patches that develop on the skin due to prolonged sun exposure, often considered a precancerous condition.

Alopecia Areata

An autoimmune disorder that causes sudden hair loss, resulting in bald patches on the scalp or other areas of the body.

Angiomas and Cysts

Noncancerous growths that can appear on the skin, characterized by a cluster of blood vessels (angiomas) or a sac filled with fluid or semi-solid material (cysts).

Athlete’s Foot

A fungal infection that commonly affects the feet, causing itching, redness, and peeling of the skin.

Basal Cell Carcinoma

The most common form of skin cancer, usually appearing as a slow-growing, painless bump or lesion on sun-exposed areas of the body.

Birthmarks Treatment

Unique skin markings that are present at birth or develop shortly after, varying in size, shape, and color.

Eczema Medical Treatment

A chronic inflammatory skin condition characterized by dry, itchy, and inflamed patches of skin.


A benign growth of blood vessels that typically appears as a bright red or purplish birthmark, often fading or disappearing over time.


A condition characterized by excessive sweating, typically affecting the underarms, palms, and soles of the feet.


A type of skin cancer that develops in melanocytes, the cells responsible for producing skin pigment (melanin), often appearing as an irregular, dark-colored mole.


A common skin condition characterized by dark patches or discoloration, typically occurring on the face, triggered by hormonal changes or sun exposure.


Severe headaches that can be accompanied by visual disturbances, sensitivity to light and sound, and other symptoms.


Small, pigmented spots on the skin, ranging in color from tan to brown, and can be present at birth or develop over time.

Molluscum Contagiosum

A viral skin infection that causes small, raised bumps on the skin’s surface, often found in children and individuals with weakened immune systems.

Nail Fungus

A fungal infection that affects the nails, causing them to become thickened, discolored, and brittle.


A chronic autoimmune condition that results in the rapid buildup of skin cells, leading to red, scaly patches and discomfort.


Changes in the skin’s color, texture, or appearance, often accompanied by itching, inflammation, or other symptoms.


A fungal infection that causes circular or ring-shaped rashes on the skin, often leading to itchiness and redness.


A chronic skin condition that causes redness, flushing, and visible blood vessels on the face, often accompanied by bumps and sensitivity.


A painful viral infection that causes a rash with blisters, typically occurring in a specific area of the body.

Skin Cancer

A broad term encompassing various types of cancer that develop in the skin cells, often triggered by exposure to ultraviolet radiation from the sun or artificial sources.

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

A type of skin cancer that arises from squamous cells, appearing as scaly, red patches, open sores, or elevated growths on the skin.


A long-term skin condition characterized by the loss of skin pigmentation, resulting in white patches or depigmented areas on the skin.


Noncancerous skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), appearing as small, rough bumps on the skin’s surface.

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