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Apr 11

Living in Plano, Texas, means long summer days, warmth, and sunshine throughout the year. This means that kids and adults will need proper sun protection all year round and that conditions such as heat rash can occur no matter the season. This is why our team at DSA Dermatology educates patients on the signs and symptoms of heat rash […]

Aug 05

Babies can have various skin conditions that make them uncomfortable and can develop over time without the right course of treatment. Some doctors specialize in dermatology for babies who can help reduce the symptoms and appearance of skin conditions in children as young as under a year. If you notice an issue with your baby’s […]

Jun 25

Many people talk about eczema, but not many are familiar with the condition. Eczema, also referred to as “atopic dermatitis,” is a condition that affects children and adults. It can be an ongoing, chronic issue, but is often controlled with a daily treatment regimen even when the condition is not present. It comes and goes, […]

Jun 25

It is common for children to develop rashes on their face or body throughout the years. Mystery rashes are a common concern for parents in the Plano community who have children of any age. This is a typical reason dermatologists see children, and can be easily addressed with a simple examination and diagnosis. Below are […]

Jun 25

Parents who want to find an excellent dermatologist who cares about children and treats their skin conditions in the Plano, TX area should contact the team of DSA Dermatology today. Drs. Daniel Achtman and Carmine McConnell provide patients of all ages with dermatological care. We understand that skin concerns can develop at any age, and […]

Jun 25

Drs. Daniel Achtman and Carmine McConnell provide dermatological care for patients of all ages. Dermatology for children and young adults focuses on diagnosis and treatment of childhood skin, hair, and nail conditions. One of the most common reasons patients visit DSA Dermatology with a child is due to a rash. Rashes vary in intensity and […]

Jun 22

(Dermatology times/May 06/2016) Bernard Cohen, M.D., professor of pediatrics and dermatology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md., says CDC, FDA, EPA and the American Academy of Pediatrics are generally aligned on repellent recommendations for children. “I think that most people would agree that DEET is the most effective mosquito repellent,” Dr. Cohen says. “But if you increase […]