Gentle pediatric dermatology in Algonquin
DSI Telehealth Pediatric Dermatology
Pediatric dermatology is one of our specialties at dermatology specialists of Illinois. We would like to do our evaluations for kids virtually if possible and what that means is we'll do them through Facetime or Skype or zoom, one of the popular apps that are out there to do a virtual visit so the kids are safe in the comfort and safety of your own and a provider here at dermatology specialists of Illinois can evaluate and set a plan for them whether the problem is acne whether the problem is a rash whether the problem is or is a mole or a changing lesion, we're happy to evaluate it here at dermatology specialists of Illinois. Call us or text us at eight four seven four five eight seven five four six, that's eight four seven four five eight seven five four six thank you.
Dermatologists aren’t just for adults. Dr. Vikram Khanna
helps all patients! He treats newborns, infants, children, and teens, as well as adults. He trained at the prestigious Rainbow Babies Hospital in Cleveland, and brings that expertise in pediatric care to the Dermatology Specialists
of Illinois practice in Algonquin.
Specialized care for pediatric patients
Dr. Khanna understands how important your child’s health and wellbeing is to you – he is a father, too. Most parents feel that a pediatrician can help to answer all of their child’s health-related questions. However, there are some conditions that pediatricians
prefer to refer to a dermatologist for a specialist’s opinion or treatment.
We specialize in the following pediatric dermatology treatments:
- Eczema – Dry, itchy skin that becomes red and inflamed. Dr. Khanna gets symptoms under control with oral medications, light therapy, or steroid creams, so your
child can be comfortable.
- Warts – Children are especially prone to warts. They are treated with medications to boost the immune system (which naturally clears the wart), freezing, laser
therapy, or topical medications.
- Acne – Breakouts can damage your child’s self-esteem. Early, effective treatment prevents the emotional and physical scars of acne.
- Moles – The majority of moles on children and teens are harmless. However, because a dangerous form of skin cancer, called malignant melanoma, can develop in
or near a mole, it is best to have them checked. Moles are easily removed if they are an appearance concern, or cause discomfort.
From common skin concerns to complex, difficult-to-identify conditions and challenging treatments, your child’s skin health is in good hands at Dermatology Specialists of Illinois, located in Algonquin. Dr. Khanna has the pediatric dermatology background
to best diagnose and determine what type of care is most appropriate for you and your child.
(844) 307-7546 to schedule an appointment to discuss your pediatric dermatology needs.