Our clinic offers effective eczema treatment in Rockwall. Eczema is a common term for chronic skin conditions caused by inflammation. It affects millions of people in the United States. Some forms of eczema can also blister, leak fluid, crack, or peel.
Eczema, also known as dermatitis, is a skin condition, and a word that means irritated skin. This skin condition is generally a type of dermatitis or inflammation of the outermost layer of skin. It is generally persistent and creates skin dryness or rashes.
It occurs generally on the insides of the elbows and knees in children but is generally worst on the face, scalp, and neck of babies. It can be extremely itchy, and scratching makes it worse.
Atopic eczema can occur anywhere on the body, but generally occurs on the hands (especially fingers), the insides of the elbows or backs of the knees, and the face and scalp in children.
Contact dermatitis has two main types: allergic and irritant. Allergic contact dermatitis generally occurs from a delayed allergic reaction. Irritant contact dermatitis, which makes up about 75% of all contact dermatitis cases, occurs from a direct reaction to an irritant, like a type of soap. Contact dermatitis is the most common skin disease today. If you need contact dermatitis treatment, Rockwall Health Center can help!
Xerotic Eczema (sometimes known as asteatotic, craquelure, or winter’s itch) results from severe dry skin. This condition can become worse during cold weather, and arms, legs, and body core are most often affected.
This type of Eczema is similar to dandruff. It causes a greasy scalp, as well as peeling or flaking of the scalp, eyebrows, face, and trunk in some people. It is generally harmless unless an infant develops a severe cradle cap. Rockwall Health Center helps people find relief with our seborrheic dermatitis treatment!
We offer a free consultation that can assist in answering questions you may have about this condition. Call us today to learn more about our eczema treatment in Rockwall!
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