Clinical Dermatology Treatments in South Miami

Kendall Dermatology  has years of experience in the field of dermatology and is dedicated to helping restore, improve, and maintain the appearance and health of his patients’ skin. He treats a wide variety of clinical dermatologic conditions including acne, eczema, skin cancer and more. 

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Clinical Dermatology


Acne can affect anyone, from pre-teens to adults. Many people deal with acne in some form or another, either during hormonal changes, due to food choices, or simply due to their skin type. You may notice acne on your cheeks, face, chest, back, or any other area of your body. To learn about Acne Treatments at Kendall Dermatology , click here.


Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a common skin condition that affects many people, including both adults and children. Visit Kendall Dermatology at his Miami, Florida dermatology office if you experience chronic patches of itchy skin, dry skin, thickened skin or inflamed skin on the knees, elbows, hands, face, neck, and legs.


Psoriasis is a common skin problem that causes your skin cells to multiply too quickly and causing painful, itchy patches of skin. People who suffer from psoriasis may notice what looks like scales along the top layer of their skin, which seem to appear out of nowhere. Visit our office in South Miami to learn about treatments for this condition.


Rosacea is a common skin disorder that usually affects the skin on the face and results in redness and blushing on the nose, forehead, cheeks, and chin. Rosacea prevention and management can be done by avoiding certain environmental factors that cause your rosacea to flare up. Visit our office to determine the best course of action for you, as triggers vary from person to person.

Skin Cancer

We value the health and beauty of our patients’ skin. It is important to come in for a comprehensive skin exam and skin cancer screening. In sunny Florida, proper skin protection is key to your skin’s health. 

Actinic Keratosis

An actinic keratosis, also known as a solar keratosis, is a common premalignant skin lesion. An actinic keratosis occurs when the cells that comprise 90 percent of the epidermis, the keratinocytes, change their size, shape or organization in a process called cutaneous dysplasia.This alters the texture of the skin surface and may extend deeper, into the dermis.

Contact dermatitis

Contact dermatitis is a skin condition caused by an allergic reaction to certain materials that come into contact with the skin. A common cause of rashes, contact dermatitis appears on the skin after contact with the offending material or substance has taken place. It may occur immediately after contact or may take several days to appear. Typically, contact dermatitis presents as a red, itchy rash. While not serious medically, the condition may be very uncomfortable.

Moles Removal

Moles are growths on the skin that are usually brown or black; they may be located, alone or in groups, anywhere on the body. A birthmark is a colored mark that appears soon after a baby’s birth. Although many moles and birthmarks are completely benign and pose no health risk, some people choose to remove them because they consider them unattractive. Regularly using a strong sunscreen, and monitoring birthmarks and moles for changes, is highly recommended.

Patient Testimonial

Nice office, easy to get appointments, short wait, great bedside manner. Handled many minor skin cancer problems nicely. Did an excellent subtle Radiesse procedure at a great price. I am thrilled as he took 10 years off my appearance – simple.

– Bobbi Bant

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For more information on the clinical dermatology treatments offered by Kendall Dermatology, give us a call at 305-595-0393. We offer a comprehensive range of skincare treatments, including the latest clinical and cosmetic dermatology procedures. Our office is home to skilled dermatologists and licensed estheticians.