Your nails can tell a lot about your general health. Changes in your nail’s appearance may just be an anomaly or result from an injury, but changes to your nails may also be indicative of disease or an underlying medical condition. Here are four nail change signs that warrant seeing the dermatologist.
Dry skin is common – especially in the winter. But that doesn’t mean every scaly, red, or itchy patch is just minor dryness. Without the right diagnosis, you won’t find the relief you need. Take a look at some of the dermatological conditions that mimic dry skin and what you can do about them.
Atopic dermatitis is a general category of dermatological conditions. Patients with atopic dermatitis may have allergies, sensitivities, and other similar issues following exposure to soap, cosmetics, and other potential irritants or allergens.