Could I have psoriasis?
Psoriasis is common. but some people have a greater risk of developing it. Do you?
Dry, thick, and raised patches on the skin are a common sign of psoriasis. Here are other signs that you might have psoriasis.
Your skin tone can affect what you see when psoriasis develops. See what can differ.
There are two peak times in your life when psoriasis is most likely to develop. Are you in one of these age groups?
Children develop all the types of psoriasis that adults do. Children, however, are more likely than adults to develop this type of psoriasis.
Some people develop more than one type of psoriasis. Discover how this can happen.
Psoriasis is not contagious. This is how people develop it.
When you see a board-certified dermatologist, diagnosis begins with the doctor looking at your skin. Here’s what else you can expect.
These two conditions can look alike. Watch as board-certified dermatologist, Benjamin Stoff, MD, MA, FAAD, explains how these differ.
Patients often ask this question. See what board-certified dermatologist Benjamin Stoff, MD, MA, FAAD, tells his patients.