Actinic Keratosis are red, small, scaly dry spots that appear on skin as a result of chronic sun exposure.
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
The second most common form of skin cancer in Canada, usually caused by chronic ultraviolet light exposure.
Basal Cell Carcinomas
Basal Cell Carcinomas are the most common type of non-aggressive skin cancer diagnosed each year in Canada.
If Melanoma is treated early, it can have a >90% cure rate. If left untreated, it is the most dangerous skin cancer.
Photoaging describes changes seen on the skin from cumulative exposure to UV light over your lifetime.
Rosacea is an inflammatory condition that most commonly affects patients of lighter skin types.
An itchy, skin rash that commonly shows itself on areas where the skin folds, but really can show up anywhere.
A common inflammatory skin condition characterized by elevated plaques with silvery scales on the surface.
An autoimmune condition wherein the skin loses color due to destruction of the pigment producing cells.
The condition of sweating to a degree that interferes with functioning or psychological well-being.
A chronic, painful condition that can affect skin under the arms, legs, groin, breasts, buttocks, and the scalp.