At USF Health our dermatologists treat a broad range of skin disorders in children. We treat children with rare dermatologic conditions and syndromes, as well as other common dermatologic issues, like severe acne vulgaris, atopic dermatitis and genodermatoses.
We appreciate that every child is unique, and evaluations and treatment plans are designed to meet every patient's individual needs. We are dedicated to serving our patients with compassion, the highest quality of care, and state-of-the art treatment programs.
Common conditions include:
In the last 30 years, Dr. Albers has focused solely on pediatric dermatology, dedicating her career to patient care, academia and innovative research.
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Dr. Albers recommends using the slip, slap, slop method to maximize sun protection in the summer and all year long.
Slip on sun protective clothing and sunglasses. Tightly woven clothing blocks the sun’s rays and reflects heat helping you feel cool. Wear sunglasses with UV protection to protect both eyes and eyelids from damaging ultraviolet rays.
Slap on a wide brim hat to protect face, scalp, ears and neck.
Slop on sunscreen/block. Apply a broad-spectrum UVA and UVB sunscreen with a SPF of 30 or higher, 20-30 minutes before going outside. Reapply at least every 2 hours, even on cloudy days. If swimming or sweating apply it more often. There is no such thing as a “waterproof” sunscreen, look for water resistant.
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