Epiphany Dermatology strives to deliver cutting edge medical dermatology treatments for skin disease, hair disease and/or nail disease. Whether monitoring numerous moles, or treating psoriasis with our Laser, Epiphany Dermatology is committed to compassionate and complete care for all concerns.
Dr. Matthys, our surgical dermatology specialist in our Riverside, Missouri, office strives to remain ahead of the curve regarding common and rare medical skin, hair and nail disease. We believe that with a dedicated, optimistic staff, and a caring physician, all of these conditions can be improved.
Is your skin dry, flaky, itchy, tight, or uncomfortable? Then you might have Dry Skin or Xerosis as it is known medically. Dry Skin is one of the most prevalent skin condition in the world. Find out what treatments Epiphany Dermatology has available to treat your dry skin.
Do you suffer from acne? You are not alone. It is estimated that over 633 million people are afflicted with acne around the world. It is the 8th most common disease in the world. Find out more about this skin condition and what treatments Epiphany Dermatology has to help you treat your acne and acne scars
Psoriasis is a noncontagious, chronic, multi-system inflammatory disorder that affects 2-3% of the world population. This condition typically consists of a scaly silvery-white rash on the scalp, trunk and limbs called plaques. Find out what treatments Epiphany Dermatology has available to treat your Psoriasis.
Hyperhidrosis is the name of the medical condition for those who profusely sweat without any apparent cause? Those afflicted with hyperhidrosis are known to sweat every waking hour of the day constantly. Approximately 2 to 3 percent of American are afflicted with this skin condition. Find out more about hyperhidrosis and how Epiphany Dermatology treats those who have it.
Keratosis Pilaris is one of the most common skin conditions in the world. It is believed to affect 50-80 percent of teens and up to 40 percent of adults worldwide.
Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that presents as redness or flushing on the face, predominantly on the nose and cheeks. In more severe cases symptoms can range from rough or bumpy skin texture, swollen facial features, and even eye problems. About five percent of the population of the United States have rosacea.
UV Light Therapy
UV Light Therapy is a narrowed band of ultraviolet light used to treat psoriasis and various other skin conditions. Under the direction of our board-certified dermatologists, we can focus UV light therapy to a smaller area of concern or patients can experience our stand-up lightbox. For more information click the link below.
Epiphany Dermatology offers Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) to treat certain precancerous and skin cancers. Also known as phototherapy, photo-radiation therapy, or photo-chemotherapy, photodynamic therapy uses specialized drugs that react to light, to kill specific abnormal skin cells before they can develop into skin cancer.