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A few months ago, I realized that there were some big time issues with my skin. I was always breaking out, I felt like I was always dealing with dry skin, and I felt like my complexion was perpetually spotty. Fortunately, a friend of mine recommended a great dermatologist who really understood what I was up against. We met about once every few weeks for the first month or so, and then we transitioned into more of a maintenance routine. Now, I honestly feel like I have the best skin of my life, and it is all thanks to my dermatology team. This blog is all about improving your skin.

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3 Instances Where You Should See A Dermatologist

Having trouble with your skin can be very stressful. There are many people who don't know when they should see a specialist about their skin and when the problem is just normal issues. Here are some common reasons to see a dermatologist:

1. A Persistent Rash

Rashes are normal. They come as a side effect when you have a viral or bacterial infection, they can come when you come in contact with something that you are allergic to, or when you get a bug bite. Usually a rash should only last a couple days, a week at the most. If a rash is persistent and won't go away, especially if it keeps getting worse and worse, you should see a dermatologist. It could mean that you have an underlying medical issues, a serious allergy, or some other problem with your skin. The dermatologist will be able to do tests to see if what is causing the rash so that you can treat the underlying problem, or at the very least give you some sort of relief.

2. Acne

Acne is also normal for many teenagers, and young adults. As the persons skin is going through changes, especially if you made any changes in your life such as using new products, moved climates and so forth. These changes will ignite a problem with acne for most people. So give yourself a little time and see if home regimes can help to treat the problem.

But if your acne continues to get worse and worse, and if you find that you are embarrassed about your skin, or you are avoiding going out and doing things you love, you should talk to a dermatologist. They can determine if there is an underlying allergy causing the acne, give you prescription medications, and do treatments.

3. Unusual Moles

Lastly, if you have a mole that you are concerned about, you need to see a dermatologist about it. Moles are some of the first signs of skin cancer and if treated early on can be simple. However, if you wait too long to take care of it, it can metastasize and become dangerous and serious. You should be looking for any kind of mole that is changing in shape and color. There should be a border around the mole and should be symmetrical. If you notice any problems, talk to a dermatologist.

By knowing these things you can determine if it is the right time to talk to a dermatologist. Contact a company like Heibel Dermatology for more information and assistance.