We provide treatment for angioedema, eczema, and dermatitis at our state-of-the-art allergy clinic. Contact our Florida allergy specialists today.
In addition to treating allergies and asthma, our allergy specialists provide diagnosis and treatment for angioedema, hives, eczema, and dermatitis. Whether you’re having an allergic reaction or dealing with an ongoing, already-diagnosed skin condition, our specially-trained allergy team can help you manage your symptoms and flare-ups.
If you’re ready to address your allergy, schedule an appointment with us today.
We evaluate and treat patients for the following skin conditions and allergic reactions:
Angioedema is a swelling underneath the skin, similar to hives. It most often shows up on the face and around the lips. Unlike hives, however, angioedema affects the deeper layers of the skin. Angioedema can occur alongside hives or on its own. Although it is a common condition that can clear up within a day, it can be life-threatening. See your doctor if your symptoms continue for more than a few days.
The majority of angioedema cases are triggered by an allergic reaction to a specific food, medication, pollen, animal dander, or insect bite. In some cases, angioedema is inherited from birth. The following is a list of common angioedema triggers:
Angioedema treatment will depend on its cause. However, most of the time it is treated with antihistamine medication. It can also be treated with:
Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is a very common, non-contagious skin condition that causes patches of skin to become itchy, red, cracked, blistered, or inflamed.
Eczema symptoms vary depending on the age of the individual. Babies, toddlers, and adults may be affected differently, so it’s important to watch out for the following age-related signs and symptoms.
Eczema Symptoms In Infants (under 2 years)
Eczema Symptoms In Children and Teenagers
Eczema Symptoms in Adults
While there is no cure for eczema, our team can create a personalized treatment plan that will heal your skin and minimize flare-ups. Medications to treat eczema include:
Dermatitis is an umbrella term for a non-contagious skin irritation. There are three main types of dermatitis:
Symptoms will vary depending on the type and exact cause of the dermatitis. However, contact dermatitis can produce severe reactions and presents as:
Make an appointment with your doctor if you experience one or more of the following symptoms:
The treatment for dermatitis will vary depending on the cause. After one of our allergy specialists evaluates you and goes over your medical history, we create a treatment plan for you. Treatment can include:
If you have questions about allergy, request an appointment or call our offices.