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Dr. Erik Domingues, M.D.

Dermatologist

Dr. Erik Domingues practices Dermatopathology in Worcester, MA. Dermatopathology is a medical specialty that focuses on dermatology and pathology, and involves the diagnosis of various diseases of the skin, hair, and nails by looking at cutaneous diseases at a microscopic and molecular level. By revealing the histology of diseases and results from a specific diagnostic interpretation, Dr. Domingues is able to analyze the potential causes of skin diseases at a basic level.
9 years Experience
Dr. Erik Domingues, M.D.
  • Worcester, MA
  • University of Massachusetts / Worcester Campus
  • Accepting new patients

What can I do to cure a rash?

Can try keeping area dry and applying a powder such as zeasorb powder when clear. For active rashes I would apply clotrimazole 1% cream bid until clear.

Are white pus boils on my face acne or something else?

Likely acne, but need to consider a bacterial folliculitis.

I underwent laser treatment for hair removal and I still have a reaction. What should I do?

Call whoever did the procedure and have them assess what happened. They should have a physician who is responsible for overseeing anyone who does these procedures.

about scabies

You and everyone who you live with or have close contact with includings pets needs to be treated for scabies at the same time and repeat treatment in 1 week. Also, need to wash READ MORE
You and everyone who you live with or have close contact with includings pets needs to be treated for scabies at the same time and repeat treatment in 1 week. Also, need to wash all linens, clothing, etc. Anything that can't be washed needs to be placed in a bag and closed for 2-3 days to suffocate any mites.

What is the treatment for rosacea?

No permanent cure, but can improve without treatment if you learn to avoid triggers of your rosacea. There are also effective treatments such as topical creams and oral options READ MORE
No permanent cure, but can improve without treatment if you learn to avoid triggers of your rosacea. There are also effective treatments such as topical creams and oral options such as doxycycline.