Be Well Primary Health Care Center
Multi-Specialty Diagnostic and Treatment Center located in Flatbush, Brooklyn, NY
Board certified dermatologist, Dr. Michael Gladstein, offers skin care for the entire family. All skin conditions are different – children have unique skin care needs, as do the elderly and individuals representing different ethnicities. Be Well Primary Health Care Center in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York offers highly personalized, medically focused dermatologic care. If you have concerns about the appearance of your skin, nails or hair, please call or schedule dermatology appointment online today.
Dermatology Q & A
What is dermatology?
Dermatology is an area of medicine that focuses on your skin, hair, and nails.
Dr. Gladstein of Be Well Primary Health Care Center has many years of experience diagnosing and treating a wide range of skin conditions and helping patients like you to improve the health of their skin and to prevent skin diseases like cancer.
What conditions are treated at Be Well Primary Health Care Center?
Dr. Gladstein offers treatments for a comprehensive range of skin conditions including, but not limited to:
- Acne, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis
- Problems with fingernails and scalp
- Disturbances of pigmentation and photo-aging (dark spots and wrinkles caused by prolonged sun exposure)
Dr. Gladstein is trained to handle even the most difficult skin problems. He will offer a multitude of treatment options that will improve your skin condition from medications, to surgical and cosmetic solutions.
What are the signs that I should have a mole checked for cancer?
Moles are very common and benign in most cases. By the time you reach adulthood, you have about 20-40 moles. However, if you notice new moles developing on your skin or changes in your existing moles, you should make an appointment with Dr. Gladstein for a skin cancer exam.
Abnormal moles are identified by “ABCDE” characteristics.
- Asymmetry: Your moles should be round and symmetrical
- Border: Your moles should have regular, well-defined borders
- Color: Normal moles are brown or flesh-colored, not black, blue, or irregularly colored
- Diameter: Your moles should be no larger in diameter than a pencil eraser
- Evolution: Your moles shouldn’t change shape or color
How should I take care of my skin?
Skin care is important for keeping your skin healthy and looking great.
You should wash and moisturize with products that are formulated for your skin type. It is also critical to wear sunscreen every day, even if you’re not planning on spending a lot of time outside. Drinking plenty of water and eating a balanced diet will also affect the appearance of your skin in a positive way.
If you have acne, sensitive skin, aging skin, or a skin condition like psoriasis, eczema or dermatitis, Dr. Gladstein can provide you with customized advice about skin care products that are best for your skin.
Call or schedule an appointment online for dermatology consultation.
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