Skin Conditions in Ocean Springs, MS

Garrott Dermatology offers expert skin care and treatment for a variety of skin conditions. If you are suffering from any of the following conditions, contact us at one of our 3 locations today.
Acne is a skin condition where hair follicles become clogged with dead skin cells and oil. It can range from mild acne with just minor red spots to severe acne with ... Read more
Actinic Keratosis
Actinic Keratosis is a precancerous skin condition that involves rough, scaly spots on you upper body, particularly your face, hands, arms, and scalp.
While many people are born with typically harmless birthmarks, some may increase in size or darken over time. While they are usually harmless, some ... Read more
Blisters are fluid filled bumps that are typically caused by allergic reactions, infections, or by frictions or burns.
Cherry Angiomas
Red or purple skin growths are caused by the clustering of capillaries under the skin. Known as Cherry Angiomas, they ... Read more
Cold Sores
Cold sores are clusters of blisters that appear on the lip and around the mouth. They are extremely contagious and very painful.
Dry Skin
Dry skin can range from rough, scaly patches to tight, itchy skin and is typically found on the lower legs, arms, hands, and elbows. If untreated, it may turn into eczema or dermatitis.
As a chronic skin condition, Eczema, or atomic dermatitis, causes skin to become dry, irritated, inflamed, and itchy. In severe cases, the skin may crack, become chapped,... Read more
Fungal Nail Infections
Left untreated, a fungal nail infection can cause nails to change color, become very thick, or even break away from the skin. Common causes include walking barefoot in ... Read more
A skin condition that commonly affects women, Melasma causes gray, brown, or tan discoloration to the face. Usually the condition improves when there is a hormonal change.
Moles are typically noncancerous and harmless, however some do have the potential to develop into melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma, or basal cell carcinoma. If a mole ... Read more
Psoriasis is a common skin condition that causes patches of thick, discolored skin cells that build up rapidly on the skin. They often become very itchy and tender.
Rashes are an inflammation of the skin, and while some may go away on their own, others do require medical attention. They can be caused by numerous irritants ... Read more
An easily flushed or red face may be an indication you have rosacea. Rosacea is a chronic skin disease that causes red, inflamed skin on the face or forehead. ... Read more
Scabies occurs by tiny mites that bury under your skin, particularly in areas that are warmer, and have creases or folds. They are extremely contagious, but very easy to treat.
Chickenpox is something usually contracted in the early years of life. Once contracted, you are at risk later to develop shingles. Shingles include painful, burning, ... Read more
Light patches or the loss of pigmentation of the skin on all parts of the body are called vitiligo. While the exact cause is unknown, the condition is not life threatening or contagious.
Warts are a form of the human papillomavirus (HPV), and are an increase of skin cell growth on the surface of the skin. Most warts are relatively harmless; however they ... Read more