University Dermatology Associates (UDA) provides comprehensive care in the diagnosis and treatment of skin, hair and nails.
Our services include management of:
We provide treatment of children, pre-teens and teenagers with all dermatologic needs.
We offer full body Narrow Band Ultraviolet B (NBUVB) and Psoralen Ultraviolet A (PUVA) light therapy for psoriasis, eczema and other conditions. We also have a UVA hand/foot unit for psoriasis and eczema involving the palms and soles.
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) involves using a special blue light to treat large areas of pre-skin cancers (called actinic keratoses) in one convenient visit.
We offer Botox, dermal fillers (e.g. Juvederm, Restylane), chemical peels and other cosmetic services performed by one of our board certified dermatologists.
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, and the sunny Central Valley is home to a large population of at-risk patients. We provide high-quality, in-office same-day surgical procedures to remove skin cancers without the associated cost of a hospital or surgical center. We also provide chemical surgery, cryosurgery (liquid nitrogen) and electrosurgery.
Mohs Micrographic Surgery
We are one of only a few sites in the Central Valley to provide Mohs surgery by a Mohs-fellowship trained dermatologist. Mohs surgery involves removing skin cancers on areas of the body (ears, nose, near eyes) where it is especially desirable to preserve as much normal skin tissue as possible. The Mohs surgeon acts as both surgeon and pathologist at the microscope, taking care to confirm all skin cancer is removed before the skin is surgically repaired - all on the same day. This procedure has been shown to limit recurrent skin cancers and preserves as much normal anatomy and skin as possible.
Our physicians have completed dermatology residencies and fellowships, and hold academic appointments through UCSF. They are very involved in teaching the Valley's future physicians through the teaching programs at UCSF Fresno.
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