Dr. Dr. Milton D. Moore, MD
Dermatologist2525 W BELLFORT 105 Houston TX, 77054
Dr. Milton Moore is a dermatologist practicing in Houston, TX. Dr. Moore specializes in skin care. Dermatologists evaluate and manage both common and uncommon skin conditions. These conditions include acne, psoriasis, warts, skin infections, atopic dermatitis, herpes simplex and more. Dermatologists are also experts in more complex skin diseases like impetigo, hidradenitis and milaria. Dr. Moore diagnoses skin problems and develops unique treatments plans for each individual patient.
Dr. Dr. Milton D. Moore, MD's Expert Contributions
They are cosmetic, just doesn't look good. However, they are not cancerous. READ MORE
Some people are allergic to the sun. www.uniquedermatology.com for more info. READ MORE
Treat it like a burn from heat moisturize and have after care by a dermatologist. www.uniquedermatology.com for more info. READ MORE
It's possible. www.uniquedermatology.com for more info. READ MORE
Yes, it can help if you have a procedure with it. www.uniquedermatology.com for more info. READ MORE
No, it doesn't, but we remove them with a laser. www.uniquedermatology.com for more info. READ MORE
www.uniquedermatology.com for more info. Laser resurfacing. READ MORE
Office visit evaluation. www.uniquedermatology.com for more info. READ MORE
Get it evaluated. www.uniquedermatology.com for more info. READ MORE
it depends if it looks abnormal, such as several lumps in it, a change in color, and growing in size rather quickly. If unsure, always have a dermatologist look at it. READ MORE
Yes, that should not be a problem. READ MORE
Usually, that is not the case. You may have a fungus causing the discoloration. READ MORE
You may be developing vitiligo or hypopigmentation from irritation. READ MORE
Moisturize and hydrate your body well. READ MORE
Yes, you need lotion or steroid creams. I have a great lotion called hydroglide revitalizing body lotion that is good for eczema. READ MORE
Older age may contribute to drier skin and irritation that leaves dark spots. READ MORE
Sounds like an allergy. READ MORE
You are born with freckles and they don't just develop. Get the other ones checked. READ MORE
Yes, it can be a change in sunscreens. READ MORE
Persistence of itching and redness and leaking of serious clear fluid from the rash. READ MORE
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Patient Experience with Dr. Moore
- What are the Benefits of a Facial Serum?
We have heard of adding facial serum to our daily routine to make skin glowing and to keep aging at bay.What are face serums and what are their benefits? Facial serums are fast-absorbing liquids meant to provide nutrients deeper into the skin than normal creams and lotions. It is used either in...
- Using Sunscreen Does Not Guarantee Full Protection
According to a new study, people who apply sunscreen regularly and vigilantly may have more painful and damaging sunburns. In this study, the researchers collected data regarding the different methods of shielding the sun, and the effectiveness of each of these methods. Data was collected from more...
- Common Acne Myths
Severe acne can have a significant impact on one’s life, as well as with social relationships. It can affect a person’s self confidence and self-esteem, which can lead to depression in time. This is particularly true of teenagers and young adults.Acne can cause social phobia, fear of being...
- Don't Be a Flake: Tips for Dry Skin
What is dry skin?Dry skin is one of the most common skin problems, and can cause discomfort and embarrassment. Dry skin may look red and flaky and feel tight or painful. It can also cause intense itching, which can disrupt sleep. Often, dry skin is a symptom of some underlying medical issue that...
PurpuraPurpura refers to purple-colored spots that are usually seen on the skin, including mucous membranes and other organs. It is also called skin hemorrhages or blood spots.Purpura is usually recognized when there is pooling of blood under the skin due to ruptured small blood vessels. The size of...
- Is Skin Cancer Fatal?
Unlike what most people think, skin cancer, like most other cancers, is fatal. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in many countries, including the United States. More than 5 million skin cancer cases come up each year. Over 3 million of these cases are found in the United States. In fact,...
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