Eczema in Providence, UT

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What is Eczema?

Eczema represents a series of skin conditions caused by various allergic reactions or the body's response to a weak immune system. The result may cause skin inflammation, redness, and itchy spots similar to dermatitis. In many cases, the inflammation itself is dermatitis. This may occur anywhere on your body, including the hands, neck, face, or other regions. Atopic dermatitis is the most common type and is generally the consequence of a genetic skin barrier problem. This condition typically starts in childhood. At Providence Dermatology in Providence, UT, Dr. Travis James will strive to diagnose precisely what is causing the irritation so an effective treatment program can be created.

What are Treatment Options for Eczema?

Eczema can be addressed with various over-the-counter or prescribed drugs and lotions. Hydrocortisone creams and ointments can be used in addition to antihistamines, such as Benadryl, to help alleviate symptoms. Prescription medications, like steroid creams or immunomodulators, may assist people who have severe eczema. A corticosteroid or oral steroid might also be prescribed. In extreme conditions, ultraviolet light treatment or laser therapy may also be used on the affected areas. Immunomodulators, such as biologic medications, may be prescribed when other alternatives have failed as these medications have a more targeted approach to the immune response that is taking place in atopic dermatitis. Dr. James has received extensive training and is very comfortable in the use and monitoring of these medications, he even speaks at a national level regarding these medications.

Staff is amazing! Dr. James was awesome with my little boy and treating his eczema! Would recommend him and this office to anyone who needs dermatology consults/help.

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Find Eczema Relief in Providence, UT

Whether you've suffered from eczema for a long time with very little relief or have just recently noticed an itchy rash and a difference in your skin, numerous treatment options are available. Implementing a multi-step treatment technique that includes detection, prevention, and therapy allows you to not only manage your condition but also notice a substantial decline in symptoms. Find relief for your eczema-related symptoms today at Providence Dermatology.

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Can eczema go away on its own?

Typically, eczema is a chronic condition that will not go away. At Providence Dermatology, Dr. Travis James can create a personalized treatment plan that best fits your unique needs. With proper and consistent treatment, eczema and its symptoms can be reduced over time.

Can eczema be triggered by stress?

Yes, stress and anxiety can trigger an eczema flare-up. Both stress and anxiety can cause an inflammatory response in the body, leading to eczema. Managing stress can help to diminish eczema flare-ups and allow you to live more comfortably.

Can eczema spread from person to person?

No, eczema cannot be spread from person to person. However, if you have eczema in one area of your body, it can spread to other areas. This is why it is important to seek treatment early on in order to keep it from spreading to other areas of your body.

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