What is atopic dermatitis?

Atopic dermatitis (commonly known as eczema) is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition which often causes itching, redness, and scaling of the skin. Affected individuals may be genetically predisposed to atopic dermatitis, and often experience asthma and/or allergies.

While eczema often first develops in early childhood, new-onset cases are being increasingly observed in adults. 

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Primary treatments

We tailor the management of this condition to the individual, developing a treatment strategy that varies depending on the extent and severity of a patient's symptoms. Treatment often includes moisturizers, prescription creams, and sometimes phototherapy and/or systemic medications.