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Understanding Eczema:

Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a prevalent dermatological condition that manifests as inflamed, pruritic (itchy), and erythematous (red) skin lesions. It can significantly affect quality of life due to its chronic and often relapsing nature. While eczema can occur at any age, it predominantly affects infants and young children, with many experiencing symptoms that persist into adulthood.

Symptoms of Eczema:

Xerosis (dry, sensitive skin)
Severe pruritus (itching)
Erythematous and inflamed skin
Lichenification (thick, leathery patches due to chronic scratching)
Exudation (oozing) or crust formation
Edema (swelling) in severe cases
Etiology of Eczema:

The pathogenesis of eczema is multifactorial, involving a complex interplay of genetic predisposition, environmental factors, and immune system dysregulation. Key contributing factors include:

Genetic Factors: Mutations in the filaggrin gene, which is essential for skin barrier function, have been implicated.
Environmental Triggers: Common irritants and allergens such as soaps, detergents, pollen, dust mites, and pet dander can exacerbate symptoms.


Immunological Factors: An overactive immune response leads to inflammation and skin barrier disruption.
Psychological Stress: Stress can worsen eczema symptoms by influencing immune function.


Climatic Conditions: Changes in temperature and humidity can trigger flare-ups.


Eczema Treatment at Park Avenue Dermatology and Non-Surgical Rejuvenation Center:

Dr. Gary Rothfeld provides a holistic and personalized approach to eczema management, focusing on both alleviating symptoms and addressing underlying causes. Our treatment protocol includes:

Comprehensive Diagnosis: Thorough examination and history-taking to identify specific eczema triggers and severity.
Pharmacotherapy: Use of topical corticosteroids, calcineurin inhibitors, and systemic treatments for severe cases to reduce inflammation and control symptoms.


Moisturization: Emphasis on regular use of emollients and moisturizers to restore the skin barrier and prevent dryness.
Lifestyle Modification: Guidance on avoiding known triggers, adopting a skin-friendly diet, and implementing stress-reduction techniques.


Patient Education: Empowering patients with knowledge about their condition, treatment options, and self-care strategies.
Ongoing Monitoring: Regular follow-ups to assess treatment efficacy and make necessary adjustments.


Why Choose Dr. Gary Rothfeld for Eczema Treatment?

Expertise and Experience: As a board-certified dermatologist with extensive experience in treating eczema, Dr. Rothfeld provides the highest standard of care.


Comprehensive Care: From initial diagnosis to treatment and follow-up, patients receive continuous and comprehensive care tailored to their individual needs.


Accessibility: Our clinic's 24/7 availability ensures that expert dermatological care is always within reach, accommodating even the busiest schedules.


Personalized Attention: Dr. Rothfeld’s commitment to individualized care ensures that each patient receives thorough and compassionate treatment.


Book Your Appointment Today:

Take the first step towards effective eczema management. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Gary Rothfeld and embark on your journey to healthier, happier skin.

Contact Us:

Address: 629 Park Ave, New York, NY
Phone: 212-644-4484
Email: info@nycdermatologist.com
Office Hours: Open 24 hours, 7 days a week


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