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Eczema Treatments in Arlington

Get Help with Identifying Triggers & Reducing Symptoms

A rash on your face, arms, or knees might be a sign of eczema. If you've been searching for options for clearer skin, you can rely on the board-certified medical expertise of Cure Allergy Clinic. The team includes Dr. M. Waseem Imam, D.O., a board-certified pediatric and adult allergist with experience diagnosing and treating eczema in Arlington.

If you live in the communities of Dallas, Irving, Euless, Bedford, Coppell, Fort Worth, Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Fort Worth, Arlington, Irving, Grand Prairie, Mansfield and are looking for eczema treatment, call us at (817) 774-9320 or use the online booking tool today.

Eczema Q&A

What is eczema?

Eczema is due to an overreaction of your immune system. This overreaction makes your skin red, inflamed, and itchy.

The medical term for eczema is atopic dermatitis. The exact cause of eczema is something of a mystery, and doctors aren't exactly sure why some individuals get eczema and others don't. However, eczema tends to run in families, and you have a higher chance of getting eczema if you have allergies or asthma.

Eczema is particularly common in infants. By one estimate, up to 20% of children have the condition, although most will outgrow it. For adults who don't outgrow eczema, it can be a serious condition. However, with the right treatment, the team at Cure Allergy Clinic can prevent flare-ups, giving you or a loved one lasting relief.

What are the symptoms of eczema?

With eczema, you may experience:

  • Itching
  • Dry skin that may crack or bleed
  • Red rash
  • Red patches
  • Skin color changes
  • Blisters

Eczema symptoms tend to come and go. The location of eczema also varies, depending on your age. It usually appears on infants’ and children's:

  • Cheeks
  • Knees
  • Outside of their elbows

In adolescents and adults, it's more commonly found on the hands, arms, feet, and the back of their knees.

How is eczema diagnosed?

Your provider at Cure Allergy Clinic starts by taking a comprehensive medical history, asking whether you've been exposed to allergens or irritants, and examining your skin.

They may recommend testing for an allergic reaction to certain substances. Your provider may perform a skin prick test during which they make a tiny puncture in your skin and apply a diluted allergen. Then they watch the test area for 15 minutes to see if bumps or redness develop. A reaction suggests that you're allergic to the test substance.

How is eczema treated in Arlington?

Your provider at Cure Allergy Clinic works with you to determine the underlying cause of your outbreaks so you can avoid your triggers.

Common triggers of eczema include:

  • Certain foods
  • Pet dander
  • Mold
  • Pollen
  • Dust mites
  • Detergents
  • Wool
  • Cosmetics

If your eczema is severe, your provider recommends medications, including antihistamine creams or steroids, to minimize uncomfortable symptoms like redness and itching. You also might benefit from allergy drops or shots to help minimize or eliminate an underlying allergy.

If you’re interested in seeking eczema treatment in Arlington, call Cure Allergy Clinic at (817) 774-9320 or request a consultation online today.

Patient Experiences

About Life Without Allergies
  • "Very Pleased With The Medical Care"
    Dr. Imam and his team at Cure Allergy Clinic are fantastic! I am very pleased with the medical care I received. I only have good things to say :)
    - Yusra
  • "Goes The Extra Mile"
    Doctor Imam saved my life. Literally! He’s truly a caring doctor willing to dig deep and go the extra mile to help a patient get well.
    - Nick
  • "Very Thorough"
    I had a great experience here. They were able to do allergy testing on the same visit and gave several good treatment options. They are very thorough and I highly recommend them!
    - Gayle
  • "Wonderful Experience"
    This was my first time at this clinic, which is always risky. But it was such a wonderful experience. Everyone was prompt, helpful and very kind! The atmosphere was great, and I will definitely continue using them.
    - Jenna
  • "Very Knowledgeable, Thorough & Caring"
    I found that Dr. Imam was very knowledgeable, thorough, and caring, and instantly felt comfortable and confident I had made the right decision to try this practice. He took the time to provide explanations that no other doctor has ever provided.
    - Kim
  • "Tenacious, Invested & Knowledgeable"
    Dr. Waseem is exactly the type of doctor you hope to see when you're dealing with a problem. I felt empowered working with him because I was never in the dark and was really made to feel like we could find a solution to my issue.
    - Huda
  • "Competent, Kind & Helpful"
    I went to Dr. Imam and he was so competent and kind and helpful. You will love Dr. Imam. He is so helpful and will answer all your questions. I have not felt in such good care from most doctors in years.
    - Barb
  • "Top-Notch Team"
    Great first visit... from the front desk staff, medical assistant, and physician... Top-notch and the doctor taught me things about my allergies and their process which is refreshing.
    - Marcus

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Why We're Different
  • More Cost Effective Treatments
    Helping our patients by offering affordable treatments
  • Medications Made for Your Needs
    We strive to optimize your regimen
  • Same Day Appointments Available
    Patients need to be off allergy medication for 4-7 days for best outcomes
  • We Treat the Heart of the Problem
    Via immunotherapy, we focus on the disease and not just the symptoms