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At Allegheny Health Network, our dermatologists care for common and complex skin problems in locations close to home.

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Convenient, effective relief

Our board-certified dermatologists demonstrate expertise in treating conditions affecting the skin, hair and nails. We know that skin conditions can be very uncomfortable so we’ve made it easy to locate a specialist convenient for you.

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Care for common problems

  • Acne
  • Eczema
  • Hair disease, including hair loss or alopecia
  • Psoriasis, which causes buildups of dry, scaly skin
  • Skin growths, such as moles and cysts
  • Vitiligo or patchy areas where the skin loses its color

Featured Services

We are among few programs in western Pennsylvania delivering accurate diagnoses and the latest in specialized care for rare and complex skin disorders.
  • Skin Cancer Detection

    We use sophisticated tests, such as dermoscopy and mole mapping, to monitor people at risk at our Melanoma and Pigmented Lesion Clinic.

  • Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma

    Cutaneous T-Cell lymphoma is a rare form of skin cancer with symptoms that are similar to other skin conditions, including psoriasis.

  • Autoimmunity Institute

    The world's first program where dermatologists work alongside other physicians to care for conditions such as Lupus and Sjogren's Syndrome.

  • Skin Allergies

    We'll help you put an end to contact dermatitis rashes with sophisticated patch testing, and then develop treatment plans to keep you rash-free.

  • Phototherapy

    If you have skin problems such as vitiligo or eczema and standard treatments aren't working, phototherapy (light therapy) can help.

  • Photodynamic Therapy

    We successfully treat acne, sun-damaged skin and some skin cancers using photodynamic therapy (PDT) that uses blue light and medication.

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