(313) 274-5810

Location

835 Mason St., C 200
Dearborn, MI 48124

Michigan Center for Dermatology in Dearborn

Contact

Phone: (313) 274-5810
Fax: (313) 274-1499

Full-Service Dermatology Skin Care in Dearborn MI

At Michigan Center for Dermatology we not only treat your symptoms but our board certified Dermatologist teaches you how to protect your skin on a daily basis. Dr. Arathi Goldsmith, has been helping patients improve the quality of their health and skin since 2009.
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Cosmetic Skin Care Solutions

Michigan Center for Dermatology offers the most effective cosmetic procedures and products on the market today.
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Melanoma & Skin Cancer

An annual skin exam plays a large role in early detection. Our board certified dermatologist, Dr. Arathi Goldsmith, has a special interest and additional training in treating skin cancer.
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Medical Dermatology Services

Dr. Arathi Goldsmith has experience in helping her patients navigate healthy medical solutions.

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(313) 274-5810

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Open Hours

Mon:  8:45am-5:00pm
Tue:   8:45am-6:00pm
Wed:  8:45am-5:00pm
Thu:   8:45am-5:00pm
*Fri:    9:00am-3:00pm
*Phone Only
Sat-Sun:     Closed

Why Choose Michigan Center for Dermatology?

At Michigan Center for Dermatology our board certified dermatologist provides incomparable dermatology services to patients of all ages. We make it our priority to hear our patient’s skin concerns and provide them with an individualized care plan. Whether you are seeking treatment for a specific skin issue, cosmetic services, or skin care products, Michigan Center for Dermatology will guarantee the best care imaginable.

Experienced Dermatologist

Your skin health should be one of your most vital concerns. Let our experienced dermatology staff assist you today.

Personalized Treatment

We understand the uniqueness of each patient’s situation and strive to make each patient an important partner in their journey to optimal skin health.

Skin Care Health

All colleagues at the Michigan Center for Dermatology are prepared to offer the best advice and technology available today!

Immediate Service

If you require immediate treatment, please contact us today. We have many options available to our patients.

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UNPARALLELED DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Dr. Goldsmith serves a variety of dermatologic concerns including acne, hair loss, psoriasis, eczema and all other diseases regarding hair, skin, and nails. Additionally, Dr. Goldsmith has a special interest and additional training in skin cancers.

Most commonly treated conditions but not limited to

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ACNE

One of the most common skin disorders in dermatology. Acne consists of papules, pustules, and comedones and usually appears on face, chest, and back.
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ROSACEA

Rosacea is a chronic condition that initially causes redness and flushing of the face and can be triggered by certain food, drinks, and environmental factors.
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SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS

Seborrheic dermatitis (fancy word for dandruff) is a common skin condition that effects the scalp, eyebrows and face making the involved areas red and itchy.
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DERMATITIS/ ECZEMA

Eczema/ Dermatitis is an inflammatory response to the skin with severe pruritus that can also be associated with asthma, hay fever, and allergies.
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SKIN CANCER

• Basal Cell Carcinoma: The most common type of skin cancer, Basal Cell Carcinoma is caused by cumulative sun exposure over many years and rarely metastasizes beyond the skin

• Squamous Cell Carcinoma: The second most common type of skin cancer, Squamous Cell Carcinoma is caused by cumulative sun exposure over many years and CAN metastasize to the lymph nodes and more rarely to internal organs.

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MELANOMA

The most lethal of all skin cancers, Malignant Melanoma is caused by intermittent sun burning but does have a genetic component for individuals with many moles and CAN metastasize to ANY organ.
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TINEA

Tinea is a superficial fungal infection of the skin and is classified according to the area of the body it affects.
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SCABIES

Scabies are commonly known as the “itch mite” and are contagious by skin contact or contact with infected clothing or animals.
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WARTS

Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and can be spread by direct contact.
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PSORIASIS

Psoriasis is an incurable genetic condition where your body overproduces skin cells which causes rapid growth of skin.
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SEBORRHEIC KETATOSIS (SK)

SK’s are hereditary benign skin lesions that can appear anywhere on the body.
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ACTINIC KERATOSIS (AK)

AK’s are skin lesions that are caused by sun damage and if left untreated may grow to become Squamous Cell Carcinoma skin cancer.

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SKIN TAG REMOVAL

Skin Tags or Acrochordons are skin colored slaps of skin that are benign in nature and can be removed by Liquid Nitrogen Therapy, a shave biopsy, or a sharp pair of medical scissors.
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ELECTRODESSICATION & CURETTAGE (ED & C)

An Ed & C procedure is used for treatment of superficial skin lesions, small skin cancers, and skin cancers that are “in situ” (early).
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LIQUID NITROGEN THERAPY

Liquid nitrogen therapy or cryotherapy is a method that is used to freeze and destroy abnormal skin lesions.
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EXCISIONAL SURGERY

Excisional surgery is a procedure used to remove an entire piece of skin for examination by a pathologist/ dermatopathologist.
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PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma)

PRP is a high concentration of platelets surrounded in its own plasma. It is processed from the patient’s own blood. Promotes Hair Growth!
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SKIN BIOPSY

• Shave biopsy: The purpose of a shave biopsy is to sample a piece of skin superficially for further diagnostic testing

• Punch Biopsy: The purpose of a punch biopsy is to sample a piece of the skin deeply for further diagnostic testing.

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INTRALESIONAL INJECTIONS

Intralesional injections involve a corticosteroid which is injected directly into a lesion or immediately below the skin.

Address

Michigan Center for Dermatology
835 Mason St C 200
Dearborn, MI 48124

(313) 274-5810

Hours

Mon:  8:45am-5:00pm
Tue:   8:45am-6:00pm
Wed:  8:45am-5:00pm
Thu:   8:45am-5:00pm
*Fri:    9:00am-3:00pm
*Phone Only
Sat-Sun:     Closed

Location

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