Dermatitis/Eczema Treatment San Antonio TX


Atopic dermatitis, also known as eczema, is a very common condition that causes itchy, inflamed, and dry skin. At Magnolia Medical & Aesthetics, our team is licensed to treat all types of dermatitis with a variety of prescribed medications. We will talk with you about your symptoms, examine your skin, and review your medical history to determine the best course of action for your individual needs.

Why It's Special

  • Medicated creams control itching and help repair skin.
  • Our treatments guard against infection and prevent spreading to other areas of the skin.
  • Prescribed treatments strengthen skin’s barrier function to help retain moisture.
  • Consult required
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Ongoing results
  • 100+

What To Expect

  1. Depending on the type of dermatitis, we will prescribe medication, an ointment, or a cream, accordingly.
  2. Your treatment will likely be ongoing. Eczema is a chronic condition, thus eliminating symptoms 100% is not likely but relief and improved appearance is possible!
Dermatitis/Eczema Treatment San Antonio After PhotoDermatitis/Eczema Treatment San Antonio Before Photo

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About Dermatitis/Eczema San Antonio, TX

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic skin condition linked to an impaired skin barrier and underlying immune-system problems. AD is a condition characterized by itchy, red, swollen, and cracked skin. People with AD typically experience periods where the disease is worse, called flares, followed by periods where the skin improves, called remissions. A more mild case may present in small blisters while more moderate to severe cases can cause the skin to thicken over time. Depending on which type of AD you have, we will treat with an ointment, creams, and/or prescribed medications. Everyone wants beautiful skin, even if it’s covered most of the time. Contact our team at Magnolia Medical & Aesthetics for diagnosis and dermatitis/eczema treatment options today!

Dermatitis/Eczema Before & After Photos

Dermatitis/eczema before and after photos reveal the effectiveness of using various types of treatment methods.