We take great pride in the growth Dermatologic Surgery Specialists has experienced throughout Central and South Georgia over the past 30 years.
To reflect this growth, we are excited to announce that we are changing our practice name from Dermatologic Surgery Specialists to SKIN CARE PHYSICIANS of GEORGIA. BUT only our name has changed. Our dedicated commitment to helping our patients improve and solve their skin problems and cosmetic needs remains the same! Along with our clinical and support staff, we will always strive to deliver expert and excellent patient care, treating each and every patient as we would want our loved ones treated.
Our centers of excellence continue:
Whether our patients' needs are medical, surgical or aesthetic, our goal at Skin Care Physicians of Georgia is to partner with our patients and help them achieve successful outcomes. Our 30 years in practice has provided an excellent foundation for us to build upon. Skin Care Physicians of Georgia will continue to grow with the ultimate goal of serving you, our patients, better!
Skin Sense is a professional service of Skin Care Physicians of Georgia. It is our main goal to provide you with the best skin care available. Our professional staff of trained Aestheticians and Skin Carer Specialists are available for all your skin, beauty, and anti-aging needs.
At Skin Care Physicians of Georgia, our focus is professional skin care. The staff of Skin Sense operates under the supervision of our on-site Dermatologists who have over twenty years of experience. The distinct advantage of medical aesthetics provided by Skin Sense is evident in our results oriented services and products.
Psoriasis is a chronic (long-lasting) disease. It develops when a person’s immune system sends faulty signals that tell skin cells to grow too quickly. New skin cells form in days rather than weeks. The body does not shed these excess skin cells. The skin cells pile up on the surface of the skin, causing patches of psoriasis to appear. Psoriasis may look contagious, but it's not.
You cannot get psoriasis from touching someone who has it. To get psoriasis, a person must inherit the genes that cause it.