Contact Dr. Jessica Krant

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Skin Care

No reputable dermatologist would let you walk out of the office without helping you establish an effective skin care regimen unique to your specific skin type and condition. At Art of Dermatology in New York City, Dr. Jessica Krant takes a personalized approach to skin care and is happy to recommend research-tested products to help improve the overall look and feel of your complexion.


Frequently Asked Questions about Skincare

Can actinic keratosis spread?

Actinic keratosis is not contagious, but if nearby skin has had similar environmental exposure (sun, chronic irritation), you may get another actinic keratosis nearby.

Can actinic keratosis turn into cancer?

Actinic keratosis is generally considered to be a pre-cancerous lesion that may someday turn into squamous cell carcinoma (SCC).

How big can actinic keratosis get?

If an actinic keratosis becomes very large, it may in fact be turning into a skin cancer in its deepest section. If an actinic keratosis is growing, it is best to see a board-certified dermatologist for evaluation. Keep in mind that actinic keratosis and seborrheic keratosis are not the same thing. Seborrheic keratoses can be larger and are benign. But on occasion, a growth that appears to be a seborrheic keratosis may in fact be a skin cancer. It is always best to have a board-certified dermatologist evaluate a suspcious growth.