Edidiong Kaminska, Dermatologist
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Edidiong Kaminska

Dermatologist

3808 N Lincoln Ave 101 Chicago Illinois, 60613

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Dr. Edidiong Kaminska is a dermatologist practicing in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Kaminska 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. Kaminska diagnoses skin problems and develops unique treatments plans for each individual patient.

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Edidiong Kaminska's Expert Contributions
  • Ingrown hair bump?

    You need to make an appointment with a dermatologist for evaluation and management. Kaminska Dermatology Care Team READ MORE

  • Should I peel my sunburn?

    No. Do not peel your sunburn; it will slough off naturally. If you do, you may increase the risk of infection. To decrease the peeling skin, consider using Aloe Vera or a nice moisturizing cream on the affected areas. Kaminska Dermatology Care Team READ MORE

  • Can a dermatologist help with skin cancer?

    Dermatologists are medical doctors that are experts of the hair, skin, and nails. If you have an abnormal appearing mole, please schedule an appointment with a board certified dermatologist to have it evaluated. Kaminska Dermatology Care Team READ MORE

  • Does salicylic acid stop oily skin?

    Salicylic acid can help decrease oily skin. It unclogs pores, which contain oils, and helps to exfoliate the skin. READ MORE

  • Is it bad to squeeze out sebum?

    Sebum is a natural oily substance produced by our sebaceous or oil glands. Squeezing sebum out can make our pores wider. I recommend against doing this. There are ways to decrease sebum production including certain medications, topical creams or washes, and chemical peels. Consult with a board certified dermatologist to go over a customized treatment plan for you. Kaminska Dermatology Care Team READ MORE

  • How do dermatologists remove blackheads?

    Blackheads can be treated with a topical acne cream such as benzoyl peroxide or retinoids. They can also be extracted with a tool called a comedo extractor. Certain chemical peels can also help remove blackheads. The best way to treat blackheads depends on the severity of the condition. Please consult with a board certified dermatologist for the best way to treat your condition. Kaminska Dermatology Care Team READ MORE

  • What causes an itchy rash on hands?

    Itchy hands can have many causes. The most common cause of itchy hands in my clinic is eczema. Eczema is a rash that the body produces that can be itchy and scaly, or bumpy and scaly. It causes a lot of discomfort. I recommend gentle skin care, like using warm water and unscented, hypoallergenic bar soap to wash the hands. Also, hypoallergenic, scent-free hand creams. If this does not help, It is best to be evaluated by a board certified dermatologist for a diagnosis. Kaminska Dermatology Care Team READ MORE

  • Can you get Mohs surgery on your back?

    Yes, you can get Mohs surgery on your back. It depends on the type and size of lesion being removed. READ MORE

  • How do you get rid of acne scars?

    There are many ways to get rid of acne scars including, but not limited to: laser treatments, microneedling, chemical peels, and fillers. It is best to see a board certified dermatologist to discuss treatment options and the safety of these options based on your skin type. READ MORE

  • How do you treat hyperpigmentation from acne?

    Hyperpigmentation is very frustrating! One of the most effective treatments starts with wearing sunscreen. Studies have shown that doing this daily, without any other treatment improves hyeprpigmentation. Other options include chemical peels, certain fading creams, and microneedling. I often recommend a professional series facial routine for my patients that helps hyperpigmentation and skin rejuvenation. READ MORE

  • At what age does acne normally go away?

    Unfortunately acne is not restricted to one age group. People often think acne only affects teenagers. It can affect anyone at any age. In my experience, I have seen a resurgence of adult female acne. It can be treated. Here is an informative link on acne: https://www.emedihealth.com/acne-report.html I was featured in this article and provide some insights as well. READ MORE

Edidiong Kaminska's Practice location

Kaminska Dermatology PLLC

3808 N Lincoln Ave 101 -
Chicago, Illinois 60613
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