Acne Treatment

Monday, 18 February 2013 by

Each case of acne is unique: hormones, age, genetics, and even diet can all play a part. Dr. Goulko offers both traditional treatment (such as topical creams, lotions, chemical peels, and oral medications) and newer, more advanced forms of treatment like laser and light therapies as well as ultrasonic technology. She will design a treatment

Rosacea (Facial Redness)

Monday, 18 February 2013 by

Rosacea is a chronic skin disorder that is characterized by a series of small, broken blood vessels which appear on the nose and the face. Dr. Goulko offers a number of ways to mitigate and treat Rosacea and reduce the redness of the skin. She can prescribe a variety of medications—such as gels, creams, steroids,

Ingrown Hair Folliculitis

Monday, 18 February 2013 by

Ingrown Hair Folliculitis is caused by a hair that curls back on itself and develops a inflammation in the follicle. Sometime a hair fails to grow out of the follicle and stays trapped within the skin. Ingrown Hair Folliculitis is more common in individuals with curly hair and is often related to shaving. The treatment

Sun Damage Lesions

Monday, 18 February 2013 by

The sun’s rays are very hard on your skin over time, causing early wrinkles, skin cancer, and a variety of benign lesions. Actinic or solar keratoses, which are rough, scaly patches on the skin, are the most common of these lesions. Other sun-related lesions might manifest themselves in small, thick, darkly colored bumps or whitish

Skin Cancer

Monday, 18 February 2013 by

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Over 1 million cases are diagnosed each year, and one in five Americans will develop the disease over the course of their lifetime. Prolonged periods of exposure to the sun further amplify the risk. When detected early, most kinds of skin cancer