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Del Mar Dermatology
1349 Camino Del Mar
Del Mar, CA 92014


    Clinical Dermatology

    Clinical Dermatology

    Dr. Agata Marriott and the team at Del Mar Dermatology provides patients with a full range of clinical dermatology services. Dr. Marriott diagnoses and treats a wide variety of conditions affecting the skin, hair, and nails. If you are concerned about moles, warts, acne, rosacea, or other skin problems, schedule your consultation with Dr. Marriott for a complete skin evaluation.

    We provide a professional medical evaluation and advanced treatment plan for skin conditions including:

    Screen Shot 2016-05-13 at 9.40.59 AMAcne

    Acne can occur at any age and typically starts with frequent breakouts. If you, or your teenager, are suffering from acne, you may need treatment with prescription-strength topical products, oral antibiotics, or other anti-inflammatory medications.

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    Individuals who tend to blush or flush easily may have rosacea. This skin condition can cause acne-like breakouts, redness, thickening of the skin, and red, swollen eyes. Treatment may include oral antibiotics, topical creams, and laser therapy.

    Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)neurodermatitis-landing

    This condition is common among infants and older children, but frequently persists into adulthood. If one’s skin has become red, itchy, and irritated, or has developed noticeable fluid-filled bumps, the individual may have eczema. Atopic eczema may be associated with asthma and hay fever. Treatment for eczema consists of a combination of topical and sometimes systemic medications.



    Hair and Nail Disordersnail-infection

    Hair and nail disorders are rare and can require an evaluation by an experienced dermatologist. Infections, tumors on or around the nails, inflammatory conditions, and other nail and hair problems can be diagnosed and treated at our office.


    Screen Shot 2016-05-13 at 9.36.28 AMMoles are fairly common but should be checked at least once a year during a skin cancer screening. If you notice a mole changing in size, color, becoming irregular in shape, or bleeding, you should schedule an appointment without delay.


    This skin condition is characterized by red and scaly patches that develop around the elbows and knees, and on the scalp. This condition may be associated with arthritis. Treatment may include topical corticosteroids, creams containing vitamin D, and UV light therapy.

    Seborrhic DermatitisSeborrheic-dermatitis_landing

    Rough and scaly skin can be especially uncomfortable during the winter season. This skin condition is identified by red, scaly patches on the face, eyebrows, scalp, and ears. Treatment options may include topical corticosteroids, anti-yeast creams, and other topical medications.


    Warts are benign growths that appear on the skin when a virus is present in the epidermis. This type of infection is contagious and can be spread. Some of the most common types of warts include plantar warts and flat warts. Treatment may include liquid nitrogen, electrocautery, and injecting the wart with medication.

    Photos courtesy of American Academy of Dermatology.