Pediatric Dermatology

Meet our board-certified pediatric dermatologistsPediatric Dermatology

Why choose us?

When you bring your child to a Forefront Dermatology pediatric dermatologist, you can rest assured they will be treated by a pediatric expert who specializes in and enjoys taking care of children. Many of our patients and their families travel to see our doctors, due to their high level of expertise in treating children.

Access our network of board-certified dermatology and pediatric dermatology experts.

Engage with a specialist who knows how to explain exams, skin conditions, treatments, and procedures in child-friendly terms.

State-of-the-art practices with a kind and comforting environment.

What is a Board-Certified Pediatric Dermatologist?

A Board-Certified Pediatric Dermatologist cares for children from birth through age 19 with skin, nail and hair conditions. Pediatric dermatologists complete at least one year of additional training working with babies, children and young adults. Many are also fully trained in general pediatrics.

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Signs it's time to see a pediatric dermatologist:

Your child was born with a hair, skin or nail abnormality.

A pediatric dermatologist can determine if a condition is harmful, or requires further investigation, and can monitor it for change.

The symptoms seems serious.

For example, there is a suggen change in color, texture, size or shape, or the area is very itchy or paintful.

The condition won't go away.

Conditions such as acne, eczema, warts, and hair loss can persist or progress despite treatment at home. These are all good reasons to come into the office.

Interested in Pediatric Dermatology? Request a consultation with a skin specialist today.

*Treatment options may vary at each location.
Please confirm your desired treatment is offered at your preferred location when scheduling.
*Age Restriction.
For patients scheduling who are under 18 years of age (19 in Alabama) please make sure you have permission from your parent or legal guardian to schedule this appointment.  Your parent or legal guardian must accompany you on your initial visit and on certain subsequent visits to provide appropriate informed consent.