Medical and Surgical Dermatology Care


 

Dr. Timothy Knight is Central Florida’s trusted authority for the diagnosis and treatment of mild and major skin problems.

Dr. Knight and his courteous staff offer comprehensive services for a variety of skin conditions for infants to older adults. North County Dermatology Clinic offers a complete skin exam to all new patients. Please call our office to schedule your appointment today.

Please visit North County Dermatology Clinic’s Patient Education Library to learn more about dermatology conditions of the skin, hair, and nails.

      • General Dermatology Care
      • Acne
      • Fungus Infections
      • Nails
      • Psoriasis
      • Warts

Acne

If you are bothered by acne, the friendly professionals at North County Dermatology Clinic are here help. Acne is more common among teenagers, but it can occur at any age. Our courteous staff will discuss healthy skin care and ways to help prevent acne. Prescription medications, such as Accutane (isotretinoin) and antibiotics can help clear up acne. We will also discuss lifestyle changes with you which can dramatically improve the health of your skin. At North County Dermatology Clinic, we are committed to providing the best acne services available so that you can have clear healthy looking skin.

Please visit North County Dermatology Clinic’s Patient Education Library to learn more about acne.

Fungus Infections

Fungus infections are caused by microscopic, parasitic, organisms of the plant family which infect the hair, skin, or nails. Fungi thrive in areas of the skin which are warm, moist, and dark (feet, groin, under breasts), but may also infect other areas of the skin causing itching, redness, and bumps. Fungus infections are often the culprit of diaper rash in babies. Contact North County Dermatology Clinic for expert treatment of athlete’s foot, ringworm, jock itch, and nail fungus.

Please visit North County Dermatology Clinic’s Patient Education Library to learn more about fungus infections.


Nails

Make an appointment with Dr. Knight if you notice changes in the appearance of or develop pain in your fingernails or toenails. Nail infections are common conditions in adults. Fungus infections most frequently develop in the toenails, but may also affect the fingernails. Further, changes in the appearance of nails can be a symptom of an underlying medical condition. Our friendly professional staff will listen to your concerns, diagnose your nail condition, and provide you with proper treatment.

Please visit North County Dermatology Clinic’s Patient Education Library to learn more about nail conditions.


Psoriasis

be a life-long problem, but treatments may help reduce symptoms and episodes. At North County Dermatology Clinic, we offer the latest medications available to treat psoriasis and other scaly skin conditions including the injectable biologics Humira®, Enbrel®, and Raptiva®.

Please visit North County Dermatology Clinic’s Patient Education Library to learn more about psoriasis.


Warts

Plantar warts (affect the “plantar” surface of the feet, i.e., the soles), flat warts (often on the forearms and lower legs), and common warts are small growths that appear on the skin. They vary in type, size, appearance, and location. Warts are very contagious and can be spread from person to person by skin contact, or may be spread over the host skin from one location to another. Warts can be removed quickly with a simple in-office procedure using a very cold substance called liquid nitrogen (called cryotherapy or cryosurgery) at North County Dermatology Clinic. Warts may also be removed with surgical procedures, usually by curettage which involves "scraping" the wart off the skin using a surgical tool called a curette. Call our office to make your appointment today.

Please visit our North County Dermatology Clinic's Patient Education Library to learn more about warts.

Location
North County Dermatology Clinic
6500 N. Socrum Loop Rd., Suite 100
Lakeland, FL 33809
Phone: 863-213-0353
Fax: (863) 853-3337
Office Hours

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863-213-0353