Dermatology Specialists Doctors Utah

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Looking for a dermatology specialists doctors in Springville, Utah ? Springville Dermatology provide acne treatment, warts treatment and skin care for patients.

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801-704-7001 732 North Main Springville, UT 84663 Have the Skin You Always Wanted Get tips on how to achieve healthy, smooth and soft skin that radiates good health. Just a few minutes each day can make all the difference . Springville Dermatology offers the latest in medical dermatology services as well as results-oriented cosmetic dermatology products and procedures. We welcome you and hope you will feel comfortable in our care.  If you have any type of skin problem, irritation, or change- be it acne, rosacea , warts, moles, psoriasis, rashes, wrinkles, and the like, please feel call us so that we can help make your skin the best it can be.

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801-704-7001 732 North Main Springville, UT 84663 Have the Skin You Always Wanted Get tips on how to achieve healthy, smooth and soft skin that radiates good health. Just a few minutes each day can make all the difference . Dr. Michael W. Peterson Dr. Michael W. Peterson, D.O. returns to Utah Valley after serving as a medical officer and dermatologist in the United States Army for 12 years. Dr. Peterson was raised in Utah County and is a graduate of  Brigham Young University . He attended medical school at the  College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific  where he received Sigma Sigma Phi honors and was awarded the Health Professions Army Scholarship. His post-graduate training included a transitional internship at  William Beaumont Army Medical Center  and a residency in dermatology at the  Medical College of Wisconsin . Most recently, he completed a fellowship in Dermatopathology at the University of Texas Southwestern under the direction of the world-renowned Dr. Clay Cockerell . Dr. Peterson is dual-board certified in Dermatology and Dermatopathology from the  American Board of Dermatology . In his clinics, Dr. Michael Peterson focuses on all aspects of general, medical, and pediatric dermatology and has a special interest in diagnosing skin biopsies under the microscope. He also enjoys teaching patients to become more knowledgeable about managing their own skin conditions .

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801-704-7001 732 North Main Springville, UT 84663 Have the Skin You Always Wanted Get tips on how to achieve healthy, smooth and soft skin that radiates good health. Just a few minutes each day can make all the difference . Currently, Dr. Michael Peterson is an associate professor for the Aspen Dermatology Residency program where he enjoys educating physicians to become dermatologists. He has given numerous CME lectures, published multiple peer-reviewed journal articles, and has written chapters in dermatology textbooks. Dr. Peterson is a member of the Sigma Sigma Phi Honor Society, the American Medical Association, and the American Academy of Dermatology. During his military career, MAJ(P) Michael Peterson was an ambassador in the field of dermatology. He served overseas on two different assignments and was the Chief of Dermatology at the 121 Hospital in Seoul Korea. During his service, he was awarded two Meritorious Service Medals, the Army Accommodation Medal, and two Army Achievement Medals.  Dr. Peterson served a two-year ecclesiastical service mission to Taiwan and is fluent in Chinese. He is married to Nicole Jensen Peterson and they are blessed to have five beautiful children—three boys and two girls. They have enjoyed living in and traveling to many areas of the world, including South Korea and Puerto Rico. They are currently residing in Mapleton, Utah. Dr. Peterson is accepting patients at his new clinic in Springville, Utah conveniently located at  732 North Main  next to Sonic Drive-in and Auto Zone.  Call  801-704-7001  to schedule an appointment with Dr. Michael Peterson today!

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801-704-7001 732 North Main Springville, UT 84663 Have the Skin You Always Wanted Get tips on how to achieve healthy, smooth and soft skin that radiates good health. Just a few minutes each day can make all the difference . Surgical Dermatology For your added convenience and to offer a more cost-effective treatment option, patients needing surgical dermatology procedures can actually have them performed right here in our office. Patients will find a sterile, safe, and relaxing environment for surgical procedures to be done efficiently. Our surgical services include the following: SKIN CANCER EXCISION Some non-melanoma skin cancers , such as basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas, may be removed using a standard excision. This procedure removes the skin cancer as well as a small portion of the healthy tissue surrounding it. The area is then closed using stitches or, if the incision is large, a flap or skin graph. CYST & LIPOMA EXCISION Cysts are small closed sacs that contain fluid or solid material. They may be surgically removed to avoid problems such as inflammation and infection, or to improve cosmetic appearance. Lipomas differ from cysts in that they are primary composed of soft, fatty tissue. Lipomas are typically benign, easily movable and painless. Both cysts and lipomas may be surgically removed to avoid problems such as inflammation and infection, or to improve cosmetic appearance CYST & LIPOMA EXCISION Cysts are small closed sacs that contain fluid or solid material. They may be surgically removed to avoid problems such as inflammation and infection, or to improve cosmetic appearance. Lipomas differ from cysts in that they are primary composed of soft, fatty tissue. Lipomas are typically benign, easily movable and painless. Both cysts and lipomas may be surgically removed to avoid problems such as inflammation and infection, or to improve cosmetic appearance.

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801-704-7001 732 North Main Springville, UT 84663 Have the Skin You Always Wanted Get tips on how to achieve healthy, smooth and soft skin that radiates good health. Just a few minutes each day can make all the difference . Surgical Dermatology MOLE REMOVAL Moles are normally harmless and quite common for most skin. These growths are usually tan or brown in color, sometimes raised, and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Over time, some moles may change, becoming lighter in color, or bigger. Another treatment is to remove your mole by surgical excision or shave excision to stop irritation, to improve appearance, or to prevent the mole from becoming cancerous. A change in a mole can indicate a serious problem. If you have a mole that has become larger, changed color, is asymmetric, seems to have developed an irregular border, itches, crusts, bleeds, or is painful, consult Dr. Peterson immediately. WART REMOVAL Warts are growths of thick layers of skin that are caused by a virus. People of all ages may develop warts anywhere on the skin with varying degrees of discomfort. Warts may be removed by cryosurgery, curettage, electro surgery, injections with chemicals, or laser surgery. ACNE SCAR REDUCTION This procedure can typically improve the way scars look by changing the size, depth, or color. However, no scar can ever be completely erased, and no technique will return the scar to its normal uninjured appearance. Patients are pleasantly surprised by how much smoother and lighter their skin looks after an acne scar reduction. Dr. Peterson will suggest the best approach after an examination.

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801-704-7001 732 North Main Springville, UT 84663 Have the Skin You Always Wanted Get tips on how to achieve healthy, smooth and soft skin that radiates good health. Just a few minutes each day can make all the difference . Dermatopathology What is Dermatopathology ? Der - mato -pathology is the microscopic examination and diagnosis of skin disorders.
 A dermatopathologist is a highly trained physician who specializes in diagnosing skin diseases by looking through a microscope. When a dermatologist elects to do a skin biopsy it is because they are unsure of the diagnosis or they want to understand the growth pattern of a particular skin cancer to determine the best surgical approach. The accurate microscopic interpretation of the biopsy is important and it is best to have someone who understands both the clinical and pathological side of the skin diseases.  Dr. Michael W. Peterson is double board certified in dermatology and dermatopathology and examines biopsy and excisional specimens from many dermatologists and providers in the valley. Dermatopathologists provide a personal, consultative service to dermatologists, which includes analyzing your medical information in conjunction with observations through the microscope. The ultimate goal is to provide the best possible care for the patient.

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801-704-7001 732 North Main Springville, UT 84663 Have the Skin You Always Wanted Get tips on how to achieve healthy, smooth and soft skin that radiates good health. Just a few minutes each day can make all the difference . If your skin has a strong tendency toward dehydration, lacks oil, and has few breakouts if any at all, it is considered dry. In more extreme cases, dry skin lacks elasticity and can be extremely sensitive to the sun, wind, and cold temperatures. Wash your face once a day with a rich, creamy cleanser and warm water. Dry Skin: Treatment Tip:  Rinse with warm water and pat your skin dry. Use toner to help with that tight and flaky feeling of dehydration. Avoid toners and makeup that contain alcohol as alcohol-based products have a drying effect on skin. Use a cream-based lotion to hydrate your skin and keep it rejuvenated. Oily Skin: If your skin is oily, it usually has a lot of shine to it very soon after cleansing and the pores are generally slightly enlarged. It is more prone to pimples, blackheads,and whiteheads than other skin types and is coarser in texture. Treatment:  Your skin tends to attract more dirt than dry skin, so wash your face twice a day with a gentle non-foaming cleanser and warm water. Rinse with warm water. Use an alcohol-free, hydrating toner to help remove additional residue. Oil blotting sheets through out the day can help control shine, and it takes as little as 3 minutes after lunch. Although your skin's oily, you still must moisturize it with a light moisturizer daily, or your skin will become dry underneath and overcompensate by producing more oil.

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801-704-7001 732 North Main Springville, UT 84663 Have the Skin You Always Wanted Get tips on how to achieve healthy, smooth and soft skin that radiates good health. Just a few minutes each day can make all the difference . Some consider normal skin to be combination skin, but it is not. If your skin is oily in the "T zone" and your nose while dry and taut on the cheeks, it is considered normal. It's also considered normal if it changes with seasons (dryer in winter, oilier in summer). Normal skins can also be 'Normal- To's ' as in normal to oily or normal to dry. Normal Skin: Treatment:  Wash your face with cleansers that are designed for your normal/normal-to skin type. Wipe an alcohol free, hydrating toner all over the face. Apply moisturizer more frequently to dry skin Combination Skin: Combination skin is comprised of two extreme skin types on one face. These situations occur when there is acne and a lot of oil in one area when the rest of the skin is generally dry (no oil). Two common examples are dry skin with papular and pustular acne on the cheeks or a normal skin with inflamed papular and pustular acne in the chin and mouth area. Treatment:  Tend to each area appropriately as described above. If the acne is severe, consult a dermatologist or esthetician

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801-704-7001 732 North Main Springville, UT 84663 Have the Skin You Always Wanted Get tips on how to achieve healthy, smooth and soft skin that radiates good health. Just a few minutes each day can make all the difference . Please note that you may have sensitive skin and normal, oily, or dry. If your skin has allergic reactions to beauty products and is usually sensitive to the sun, wind, and cold weather, it is sensitive. Sensitivity can show up in rash, redness, inflammation, acne, and dilated capillaries. Sensitive Skin: Treatment:  Look for cleansers, toners, makeup, and moisturizers that are fragrance-free and hypoallergenic. Cleanse, tone and moisturize with gentle products everyday. The idea for your skin is to always choose products with a soothing benefit. Some common ingredients to look for are: chamomile, azulene , bisabolol , allantoin , lavender, camphor, calamine, rosemary, thyme, aloe vera , coconut oil etc. TIPS Oil blotting sheets can help absorb oil through the day so you are not tempted to re-apply powder or foundation, or overwash your face. Avoid stretching or pulling on the delicate skin near your eyes when putting on creams or cosmetics. This delicate area shows age markings like wrinkles much sooner than it should when subjected to too much rough handling. Avoid touching your skin with high force or avoid scratching your skin as much as possible

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801-704-7001 732 North Main Springville, UT 84663 Have the Skin You Always Wanted Get tips on how to achieve healthy, smooth and soft skin that radiates good health. Just a few minutes each day can make all the difference . Contact Us Springville Dermatology 732 North Main Springville, UT 84663   Phone: 801-704-7001 Fax: 801-210-7012   www.springvilledermatology.com

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