General Dermatology Services

Acne Treatment

Acne, one of the most common skin diseases affecting a variety of ages but most often starting in the early teenage years, can be bothersome, embarrassing and cause permanent scarring. Dr. Carroll offers many effective solutions including topical applications, prescription products and laser.

Contact Dermatitis

Contact dermatitis is most often identified by large, itchy patches or open sores that burn. It does not fade quickly and can last longer than other more minor skin irritations.


Characterized by symptoms such as itchy, dry and red skin, eczema is most commonly found in children. It is sometimes referred to as atopic dermatitis. Dr. Carroll has many treatments that will reduce and alleviate the symptoms of eczema.

Hair Loss

Hair loss, or alopecia, can affect men, women and children. Dr. Carroll can determine the best medications to reduce the rapid loss of hair.

Nail Disorders

Nail disorders such as fungus and discoloration can affect people of all ages. Dr. Carroll can discuss products as well as in office treatments that will restore nails to their original healthy appearance.

Skin Cancer Screening

At Carroll Dermatology Surgery and Laser Institute, we are very committed to detecting and preventing skin cancer. We recommend annual skin cancer screenings that are full-body visual inspections done by Dr. Carroll. The exams are painless, no blood is drawn, and take approximately 30 minutes in most cases.

Skin Infections

Skin infections such as athlete’s foot, ringworm or viral infections such as herpes can lead to other more serious conditions. Dr. Carroll offers the best medical treatments to fight the infections and return your skin to its healthy state.

Skin Growths

Most skin growths may not require medical attention; however, it can be difficult for someone other than your dermatologist to tell whether a growth requires attention and treatment. If you notice a skin growth, it’s best to make an appointment with Dr. Carroll to have it evaluated.


Warts can occur on any part of the body, although they are usually seen on the hands and feet. The benign growth is small, hard and caused by a virus. Warts can be successfully treated and removed by Dr. Carroll.